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Left eye reddish after injury, swelling. What can i do?

due to some injury my left eye has become reddish. There was some swelling around the left eye ( not in the eyeball) ,for that i am taking tablets. Before taking tablets for swelling the eye ball was not reddish, now the swelling has become decreasing. but the redness increasing. why it happens like that. what can I do? Please suggest Tablets which I am using now: Doxcef CV-200, Signoflam, Enzotop
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Dear user
swelling and redness following injury is quiet common and it is due to collection of blood in the layers of the eyelids. The condition is called as Black Eyes or Ecchymosis of eyes.
The condition resolves on its own over a period of 4 weeks on absorbtion of the collected blood in the layers of the eyelids. he tablets you are taking are correct and you can continue them.
The most important things in injury and black eye is to rule out associated injuries to the eye in the form of injury to conjunctiva, cornea or fracture of the orbital bones. If you not consulted ophthalmologist please visit for examination and evaluation of the above mentioned conditions.
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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