What is the recovery time for corneal edema?

Answer Corneal edema is described as the swelling of the cornea; it commonly occurs after trauma, infection or eye surgery. Eye solutions may be used to treat the symptoms of corneal edema for up to 72 ho... Read More »

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Pink eye A corneal ulcer What do you think this could be?

OMG! i know what exactly you have! you have what i had not too long ago. when you sleep and wear lenses, pressure builds up in your eyes, and too much pressure will cause the eye to split. you basi... Read More »

Corneal Eye Ulcers?

Corneal eye ulcers may be the result of an infection or a lack of protective tears. Tears on the cornea may develop due to trauma of the eye and can result in corneal eye ulcers, as well as conditi... Read More »

Corneal Abrasion Healing?

Use preservative free artificial tears (refresh celluvisc is great) every two hours. The swelling should go down in a few days and if your vision is still blurred after 3 days, see the optometrist... Read More »

Has anyone had a corneal abrasion?

I scratched my cornea with my own nail playing football. Excruciating!!! The eyedrops don't help the pain, but after like two days, it goes away like it never happened.