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Saw Dust Eye Problems
Can you tell me about the problem in child eyes was dropping lot of tears and lot of dust forming in lids?
Could you tell me what is the problem with a child's eyes if it was dropping lot of tears and lot of dust forming in lids?
Possible Pink Eye: "Child's eyes...dropping lots of tears...dust forming in lids". Your description is consistent with eye discharge. In children, this is commonly caused by upper respiratory infections due to bacteria or viruses and is contagious. Antibiotic treatment may be required. See your child's doctor for correct diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Ocular allergies: Without any description of what eye problems you are having unable to answer except that the eyes can certainly be affected by air borne allergens. ...Read more
I have a black dot in the corner of my right eye it's on my tear dust (or how ever it's spelled) I do have problems with my eyes and do wheat glasses?
Sir I am using carboxy methyl cellulose eye drops for dust allergy problems from 1mnth. Eye irritation came down but eye reddishness remains. Pls help.
Eye allergy: Over the counter, alaway ; zaditor are safe for long term use. Other eye drops are fine for short term as long as you don't have issues that would Prohibit you from use of decongestants. Besides allergen avoidance, tear replacement to help with dry eye, and good eye wear protection, patanol/pataday, optivar, bepreve, elestat, and Lastacaft (alcaftadine) are usual choices. Some burn or tingle with application. ...Read more
Irrigation: You can purchase an eyewash at the drug store and use it to irrigate your eyes. Once you feel better make sure you test your vision. If your vision seems affected or if you're still feeling irritation, seek urgent care treatment for an evaluation. Your eyes may have corneal or conjunctival inflammation/abrasions requiring treatment. Otherwise you may continue artificial fears several times per day ...Read more
Artificial tears: Rinse out with tears and follow up with an eyemd. ...Read more
If my eye suddenly hit by small pebbles/dust, it fells like it goes into my eyes. Actually where does it go?
Outside of the eye: The front surface of the eye is surrounded by a membrane (the conjunctiva) which wraps from the edge of the colored portion (the cornea) posteriorly and folds back to coat the inside of the lids. This is an external space, not connected to the inside of the eye or body. So debris entering this space is flushed out by tears and generally poses no hazard unless it is of high velocity and power. ...Read more
Wht mght cause brief episds of glittery-star-dust in vision (like tiny silver firewrks) but it appears only in my rght eye?
What do you suggest if I had coal dust in my eye and it's like I could seeeye to get it out but I only got more coal in my eye please help!?
Usually not: Sawdust commonly enters the eyes of those working with wood and near those working with wood. With each blink, most exits. Most saw dust is inert and will not be toxic in itself. The major harm would be for instance if someone is drilling in wood, creating sawdust of course, but hitting a piece of metal which flies into the eye. ...Read more
How do you minimize dust and irritation to the eyes when you're living in a polluted and dusty city?
Air conditioning: An air conditioner is a great start. A hepa air purifier can also help. You don't need both. Eliminate all smoking from your home environment including candles & fireplaces. An electric range is preferable to gas. Limit use of aerosol sprays in the home. When you clean ventilate well with open windows & wear eye protection. Wear close fitting sunglasses when venturing outdoors. Avoid smog. ...Read more
A while slimy layer has formed on my sclera on both my eyes. On both cases, it happened after I rubbed my eyes when some dust got in while riding.
I picked up some stuff from old house and dust came into my eyes. The hantavirus can transmit that way? How long live outside from mices?
Don't worry!: Yes, hantavirus lives in droppings and urine from rodents. To get the virus, there must be rodents who live around your house. If there are no rodents, don't worry! Even if there are rodents, it's very unlikely you have contracted hantavirus. If you start to get muscle aches all over your body, see a doctor and tell him or her your concerns. Hantavirus is not common. ...Read more
I wiped my eye with a wet cotton bud and pad because of getting dust inside, the layer of my eye looks and feels damaged. What should I do?
You may have superficial scratch to the eye, which will heal fast by itself. Just use heat pack, eye lubricant 4-6 x per day.
If you continue having issue then please consult your eye doc. ...Read more
Dust mite allergies: These can cause numerous symptoms including itchy eyes, ear congestion secondary to nose congestion, with subsequent ear fluid in the middle ear. Consult an allergist, they can go over things in details. ...Read more
My child, she is 16 days old, her left eye is something wrong. After sleep some dust grow up and she can't open her eyes for some time.
Water blasted me in the eye full force. Its irritated as if it was scratched by grit or dust. Should I have an eye exam to see if I damaged it?
Yes: If you have scratched your cornea then it may lead to infection, if you leave it untreated. Its important to see your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Should one wash the eyes thoroughly with water before going to an MRI scan? As some dust particles might be present which the magnet can attract?
No worry for dust: The only concern is over the potential for metal shavings in persons who are metalworkers or could potentially be exposed to metal shavings in the eye. This should be screened for with either a regular x-ray or ct scan. There is otherwise no need to wash the eyes before an MRI scan. ...Read more
I work on building site and get dust in me eyes all day and for last through years I get stye like lumps at end of my eye kids will it be the dust.
Ocular irritation: The type of climate you work in does predispose you to ocular irritation. Usually when something gets into the eye, like dust, your reaction is to rub the eyes which can cause irritation, contamination, damage to the delicate oil gland orifices or channels that may cause styes. Use protective eyewear to help reduce the exposure. Use lubrication eye drops or eye rinses if something gets in your eye. ...Read more
Car glass is broken into many pieces in the car. I can vacuum but worry if the remaining dust/particles could harm my newborn if he rubs it into eyes?
Unlikely: Unlikely for remaining dust/particles to be a factor. Important to clean car glass as much as possible to limit risk of visible parts causing cutting injury. ...Read more
2ophtalmologists said its bad eye allergy. I guess caused by dust/pollution. Go by publictransportation, live in indo, help to avoid it n good treatment?
Yes, avoiding allergens and getting treatment do help. First, rinse your eyes with clean water or eye rinse. Five minutes later, use allergy drops. These two treatments will help the most. Over the counter allergy tablets can also help. If you can avoid the allergen or get allergy shots to make you less sensitive, that will also help.
Good luck! ...Read more
A spec of dust or something hit me in the eye now their is a small black spot on the white part of my eye. Are black spots serious?
I am new Brunswick, NJ. I moved into new house, vents were cleaned, dust got into nose and eyes, so I am very worried about contracting hantavirus, help me?
No risk in N.J.: In the past 23 years there have been about 620 cases of Hanta Virus infection in the U.S. (average of 30 cases/year)There have been NO cases of Hanta Virus reported in N.J In addition, a new house would be unlikely to serve as a nesting place for rodents and would be an unlikely place to find collections of mouse excreta that is infectious. See CDC site and click on the maps>http://1.usa. Gov/1IOlQsY ...Read more
For 24 hours, I have a foreign body/dust in eye feeling in my left eye. Uncomfortable to blink or move eye. I can't see anything wrong. Is it dry eye or dust from living in big city?
I am in New Jersey and traveling often to New York. I keep blowing nose and washing eyes whenever there is dust in fear of hanta virus. How risky is it?
Little Risk: There have been no Hanta virus infections reported in NJ and only 5 cases reported in NY on 2014. The illness is much more common in the West, particularly South Western U. S. Risk is mainly from exposure to airborne virus in old dwellings from rodent excreta. So your risk is negligible. ...Read more
My right eye received small glass dust, so I gently washed with water yesterday, don't feel anything, should I visit the optometrist or buy drops cleaner?
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