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Eye injury, black bruise after one day. Treatment and healing time?

hello sir,my child thrown some thing and it falled on near my eyes,i have pain on the temporal region,but my eyes under the eyes ,its become bruish,looks like black colour,anything i have to do for this,it will go or not?howmuch days it will take,actually the dark colour came afer one day of the incident...plz reply sir
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Welcome to HCM.
What you are seeing is the accumulation of blood from the injured blood vessels,in the subcutaneous tissue, below the thinnest part of your skin called ecchymosis .

Unless your vision is not affected, and the swelling is not progressing, you can take rest at home with ice cube compresses and elevation helps at home. An OTC anti inflammatory will help you reduce the pain and swelling. It usually takes 10-15 days to recover completely depending on the extent.

If you have vision difficulties with non reducing swelling in 3-4 days, then a direct consultation is a must to rule out intraocular damage and hence managed accordingly.
Answered: Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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