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Child with accidentally fell Miscall-F into eye, causing problem in left eye. Could there be a problem?

I have a 6year old daughter and three weeks ago I was applying miscall-f on to my eyes and had a drop spray into my daughter s eye(left eye). i had washed iit immediately and she hasnt complained anything after that. yesterday i had a nurse in my kid school who did a routine and mentioned she struggles with her left eye in an eye test. could there be a problem caused by the medicine that fell on my kids eyes?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM.
Could you please let us know what are the components of Miscall F?! To be honest,I am not able to give the appropriate answer as I am wondering what it is :).

Unless it is allergic to your daughter I don't think it will cause any specific change (especially after 3 weeks). As an immediate response to any allergic drug, the body(eye) responds by showing reactions / redness, hazy vision , itching ,swelling around that eye....

So I would say your daughters defective vision may not be due to (miscall F as u have mentioned).
Anyway, since she is complaining of difficulty in seeing in that eye, get an eye check up done to rule out refractive error or any other retinal problems .
If possible,do send us the details of Miscall F.
Take care.
Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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