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How to Get Something Out of Your Eye I get a lot of dirt, metal, rust stains and other residues from the eyes of people. Goggles keep most foreign objects away, but it only takes the tiniest spot to irritate and water your eye as if you had a branch in it. Often the spot is so small that I need a magnifying glass – even a special microscope called a slit lamp – to see it. Sometimes the stain has already disappeared and the person feels the scratch she left behind. Many find it hard to believe me when I tell them that it is the tiny scratch, not the stain, that causes all these discomforts. Many Peoples Want to know about How to Get Something Out of Your Eye. If a larger object hits the eye hard or anything seems to have pierced the ocular surface, I’ll refer the person to an ophthalmologist immediately. You should leave it alone. Do not do anything until you see a doctor.


However, if it is a tiny spot and you are in a disaster situation where you can not see a doctor, you can do the following.

First, you can try washing the eye out with clean water Wash it well with light pressure as you would use it to wash out a cut. Maybe put it under the tap, if there is one. Pull the lower lid down and the upper lid upwards and spray around.


Have someone examine your eye thoroughly If nobody is around, you need a mirror. It’s pretty easy to see something on the white part. Something on the cornea (the clear covering over the colored part) may be harder to see. Let the person look directly and laterally through your cornea. If they have a light, make it shine in different angles.


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How to Get Something Out of Your Eye  

I get a lot of dirt, metal, rust stains and other residues from the eyes of people. Goggles keep most foreign objects away, but it only take...

How to Get Something Out of Your Eye  

I get a lot of dirt, metal, rust stains and other residues from the eyes of people. Goggles keep most foreign objects away, but it only take...

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