First Aid for 5 Common Eye Ouches

First Aid for 5 Common Eye Ouches.
Here’s how to handle everything from itchy eyes to an eye injury including what to treat at home and when to go to the hospital fastballs slyness and if an journey fingers off and land in lit hers is any of these injuries or ailments happen to your kid follow this advice from Jeffrey Bradford ND a spokesperson for the American academy of pediatrics I pokes handle at home gently place a clean cool compress over the eye for 5 to 10 minutes that should do the trick any general redness in the eyes from irritation and will go away in a day or sell needs a Dr. If the I still hurts is light sensitive and your child has trouble blinking it may be scratched the red batch is likely a broken blood vessel but an eye exam will confirm the diagnosis I dunk handle at home use a tissue to wiping away cleared discharge along with redness or tearing maybe viral conjunctivitis him how I keep in home from school and till symptoms disappear needs a Dr. If the discharge is greenish yellow and symptoms remain after a week it could be bacterial conjunctivitis a type of pink I typically treated with a antibiotic drops or aligned ments sand in the I’d handle at home ask her to blink than rents away any remaining send granules with an eye wash solution or saline drops if neither solution is handy simply dow’s the eye with tap water needs a Dr. If she still in pain the next day has blurred vision tearing and redness the cornea may be scratched antibiotic drops can prevent infection while the eye heels within three days blow to the I’d handle at home apply an ice pack wrapped in a clean cloth for 10 minutes at a time throughout the day keep your child upright during the day and elevate his head at night to reduce swelling needs a Dr. If he can’t move is I fully in all directions feels dizzy has double vision or trouble seeing he may have a concussion bone fracture or other condition that needs urgent attention if she I’d handle at home blame seasonal allergies teape windows closed and have your child wear sunglasses outside when she comes in white high hands and face and wash your hair at night of needs a Dr. If symptoms persist your Dr. Can suggest medication if your child’s eye is also swollen shut she may have seasonal allergic conjunctivitis which is treated in the same way


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