1. OUT-OF-SIGHT TIPS FOR EYE INJURIES
  • OUT-OF-SIGHT TIPS FOR EYE INJURIES

    • OUT-OF-SIGHT TIPS FOR EYE INJURIES

      OUT-OF-SIGHT TIPS FOR EYE INJURIES

      When you get something in your eye, you might have trouble reading these tips, so we’ll keep it simple:
       

      • Don’t rub it. Flush it out.
        Hold your eyelids open and put your eye under water immediately to flush out debris. Or if you have a hand medicine syringe, fill it with water and squirt into eye.
      • See… your doctor.
        If you can’t seem to get it out or it feels like there’s something still in there, you may have scratched your cornea and will need to see a doctor as soon as possible.

       


    • Sources: Mayoclinic.com and Webmd.com. This information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of a doctor with any questions regarding a medical condition.