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Hi As this is now 10 hours later, if she has not been seen by a doctor just wait for her visit, it may just be a reaction, and should calm down.Good...
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It sounds a lot like a migraine.  Did your vision return afterwards?  Was the pain one sided or all through your head?  I wouldn't...
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Hi I think you son should definitely get checked out but by opthalmologist.This would be your best way to just to make sure he's ok and got...
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Not if they look in other directions and do a lot of other things with their eyes too.  Only worry if they don't seem to be able to control...
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It probably could be a migraine headache, but I would not fool around.  It could possibly be something more serious since you don't usually...
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I don't know the medical term, but sometimes the lights are like lightening bolts and occur before the onset of a migraine headache...
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Fairly low especially if your eyes teared up right away.  Tears are the body's way of washing nasty junk like that out.  In the future...
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Hi For now just get an eye bath and some salt water and give it a couple of wash's twice a day for two days, sounds like its just a minor scratch...
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I understand your concern, but keep in mind that he said it was a one in a million chance.  So that tells you that there are a lot of other...
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Wash it out with saline or eyewash, eat some food with Vitamin A in it, like carrots or sweet potatoes, and check for redness. If it stays more than...
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