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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Vision and Eye Disorders
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Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 40 Questions
User :   i just got hit in eye
vision in that eye is very cloudy
putting ice on it, not helping
what can i do.
Doctor :   hello
Doctor :   what hit you ?
User :   a stick of some sort, i think flat endge
User :   edge
Doctor :   any bleeding ?
Doctor :   did it hit right in your eye ?
User :   no
User :   yes
User :   yes it did
User :   as if i was smacked there i suppose
Doctor :   is it hurting now ?>
Doctor :   how long it has passed ?
User :   sort of, but mostly its cluody
User :   about 20 minutes
User :   i would say its getting worse in terms of cloudyness
Doctor :   ok then i STRONGLY suggest that you please go and get it checked right away
User :   thanks
Doctor :   may i know your age
User :   41
User :   what could it be potentially
Doctor :   well its hard to tell but as a protocol if you have continuing symptoms of pain, visual disturbance
Doctor :   you should go to an ophthalmologist
User :   er well its saturday so hospital right
User :   ?
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   you can go to the hospital
Doctor :   they will look at it
Doctor :   please do go now and get it examined
Doctor :   are you there ?

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