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Swollen black bloody eye after got punched hard. Vision out of focus, blurred. How to rectify?

Hi, i got sucker-punched really good, my eye was swolen shut the next morning, left me with a black eye, and a bloody eyeball, the night that it happened my eye was tearing bloody tears , currently (4 days later it doesnt hurt, still bloody eye, and black eye, but the vision in my eye is way out of focus and blurry, anything i should do?
Asked On : Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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you have got trauma to your eye.
trauma can cause a lot of things to your eye,it can damage some important structures in your eyes like optic nerve,retina,cornea etc... which all are important for vision.
your vision is out of focus that means that an important and vital structure of eye is damaged,please see an ophthalmologist..get a complete examination and treatment for the same.
till then do hot fomentation and take anti inflammatory tablets for your black eye.
hope this helps.
Answered: Sat, 7 Jul 2012
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