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Dust in eye - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Vision and Eye Disorders
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General & Family Physician
Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 40 Questions

User :   Hey
User :   Anyone here?
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   I've been feeling like I have a particle of dust in my eye
User :   It used to happen very rarely but as this spring begun it seems to happen almopst every day
User :   It lasts for about an hour
Doctor :   k
User :   I can't see it though
User :   I can't tell if it's REALLY a physical object in my eye or if it's just a feeling
Doctor :   did you consult any opthalmologist?
User :   Because I can't see it but sometimes the feeling moves if I rub my eye
User :   No not yet
User :   I don't think it's an emergency
Doctor :   it can be a psychological feeling called illusion or there may be some object in eye lid
User :   I only feel it when I blink tho
Doctor :   i know its not an emergency
User :   If I keep my eye wide open or hold it shut, I don't feel anything
User :   Well I do feel a little if I hold it shut
Doctor :   but if you want to get rid of it u need an examination with an specialist
User :   But
User :   I don't have money for a doctor
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   where do you stay?
Doctor :   k
User :   k
Doctor :   then you can go to a government doctor

Doctor :   or wash your eye with plenty of wwater
Doctor :   or tell you friend to look into you reye
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