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Blurred Vision After Corneal Abrasion
Central abrasion: Corneal abrasions almost always heal rapidly and the absense of pain suggests that has happened with your eye. However, if the abrasion was centrally located or there is foreign material in the central cornea, then the vision might remain blurred for a time. Check with your ophthalmologist for a diagnosis.
Corneal abrasion 18mos ago. Sometimes wake up w/ blurred vision in eye; feels scratchy sometimes; gets better in 1 min. Should I visit eye doc again?
Yes and Soon: Corneal abrasions are common eye injuries that frequently result from eye trauma, foreign bodies, and improper contact lens use. Patients typically present with severe eye pain and a foreign body sensation. Most abrasions heal fully within 24 hours, or what is called "spontaneous corneal abrasions are also known as recurrent erosions (no immediate antecedent injury or foreign body).See 1 more doctor answer
Corneal abrasion heal on its own? I scratched my eye today with my fingernail, and my eye immediately started turning red in the corner of my eye where I scratched it. I have no soreness, or headaches, or blurred vision, or any other symptoms, just a red
Corneal abrasion 2 days ago. Used diclofenac drops and now eye is much better although still slight blurry vision. Will this go away by itself in a few Days?
Corneal abrasion.: These usually heal up just fine, but you should be re-evaluated by an Ophthalmologist in follow-up anyway. Maybe within the next few days.See 1 more doctor answer
Not likely: A corneal scratch (abrasion) is a loss of the thin skin covering the cornea. Usually this does not involve the deeper layers and as long as the eye is not penetrated or infected, visual loss is very uncommon. You should see an ophthalmolgist for a corneal scratch both for symptomatic relief and for proper treatment.
I got a corneal abrasion. Today the pain is less and I'm less sensitive to light, but my vision is significantly more blurry. Is this healthy?
Yesterday I got a corneal abrasion. Pain has subsided and I'm less sensitive to light, but my vision is significantly more blurry. Is this normal?
Certainly can be: Make sure you are getting proper follow up care.See 2 more doctor answers
Had corneal abrasion 18mos ago. Eyesight fine, just have some extra fluid/goop making vision blurry at wake-up. 3-4 blinks, eye is fine. What is this?
Don't think: The injury has anything to do with this and it doesn't sound very serious if you can blink a few times and are ok. Sounds kind of normal or at most possibly overactive oil glands in the lids. If still concerning have an eye exam.
No improvement in vision aftr 15 days of corneal abrasion. Under BCL for 14 days. Doc says healing is not complete. There is no infection. Why vision blur?
Yesterday I got a corneal abrasion. Now the pain and sensitivty is lessened, but my vision is significantly more blurry. Is this normal?
Common: Especially if the abrasion is located in the center, there is edema and distortion until the healing is finished. If distortion persists, see an ophthalmologist for evaluation.
Severe corneal abrasion 5 days back. Now put under bandage contact lens after corneal scrapping. Vision still very blurry. When will my vision be clear?
I had a hard blunt trauma to my left eye. Examined and had a corneal abrasion. Now having extreme headaches w/ light sensitivity, related? Vision fine
Occasional: A corneal abrasion is a disturbance of the surface of the cornea which is covered in a clear layer of tissue. Abrasions are caused by trauma (direct hits), or scratching usually accidental and by situations in the workplace when safety glasses should have been worn. It happens a lot, most heal quickly but some require ophthalmological attention.
Corneal Abrasion (Scratch) (Definition)
Occurs when there is a painful scratch to the surface of the clear part of the eye, which is called the cornea. It can be painful and may feel as if there is sand in the eye. One should seek medical attention promptly. ...Read more
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