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Eye injury, loss of vision, sensitive to light, throbbing on stretching. Treatment?

Hello, I have a question. My daughter and I was playing one day and she made a mistake and ht me in the eye. I could not see out of my eye untill the next day. Then it was very sore and senativ to light. A month later it was still bothering me so I went to the Eye Dr and he said that he did not see anything wroung. It has been months and everytime I stretch it hurt or it starts to trob.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
as you mentioned eyes sensitive to light it is due to traumatic mydriasis i.e. dilatation of pupil or due to some anterior uveitis.
as you have already visited a doctor and he sees everything fine better you should stop thinking of it again and again.and also start tear substitute.
if things are still getting worse you should do an eye check up again
take care and ready for future queries
Answered: Wed, 21 Aug 2013
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