Can you soak contacts in eye wash or eye drops?
no you can not
no u can soak it in water though and then put the visine eye drops in ur eyes when u have them in if u have irritation
Many types of lubricant eye drops are safe and effective to use, even while wearing contacts. Bausch and Lomb ReNu brand eye drops and Systane Contacts are two lubricant eye drop products that are safe to use while wearing contacts (which will not harm your contacts and will help your eyes).
you quickly wash the eye you put the ear drops in,with water
Well, I get eye drops that are specifically for when you are wearing contacts, you should be able to find some in your local pharmacy.
mabey you could use special eye drops
Yes, you can even use the Saline Solution that you put your contacts in. Just use it like eye drops.
There are drops specifically designed for contact lens wearers suffering from dry eyes but it is very important to talk to your Optometrist before using any drops. If you are experiencing dry eyes regularly- you may want to discuss with your Optometrist an alternative lens. There are some excellent silicone-hydrogel lenses on the market now that let lots of oxygen through to the eye therefore reducing dryness and increaing wear-time and comfort. Answer no!!!!!!!!!!!! Answer… Read More
yes, you can. If you wash your contacts with tapwater, you can get an infection in your eye. Always make sure you keep your contacts clean and clean it with the solution your optician gives you and youll be fine! (:
Of course not! The contact will make your eye even worse, just use your everyday glasses I'm sure you'll be fine. Or you can visit a local pharmacist to see if they have any lotion or eye drops to cure your 'pink eye then when it has gone you can then wear eye contacts.
well you are gong to have to go to the eye doctor and try to get them out but i think it is impossable for you have to have problems taking your contacts. and you can get eye drops and get them out
No, not usually. Only on rare occassions when your eyes are already painfully irritated it can be uncomfortable. Of course, some eyes may be more sensitive to them than others, but mostly they are no more irritating than tears. If eye drops make you nervous you can hold your head back, apply them at side of your eye near the tear duct and then 'roll' your head toward the eye you are applying them into… Read More
yes, anyone no matter the age or gender is able to get pink eye. the best way to avoid it is by washing your hands throughly before touching an eye whether to put eye drops, contacts, etc and by avoiding contacting with those with pink eye
Well if you mean bloodshot it is probably caused by abrasions(scratches on the eye) from the contact moving as you blink. It irritates your eye until it is red and blood shot. if you have this problem, i do too, you shouldn't wear your contacts and take some type of eye drops. You can wear your contacts when they are healed. Bloodshot eyes can also result from lack of oxygen, as contact lenses restrict the… Read More
Optrex Eye Wash and Cleanser can be used for the fur around your cat's eyes. Drops can also be used.
yes if you get a lot of it in and you don't wash it out. however if it is just a splash and you wash it out immediatly you might not go blind. however it is acid so it will burn through your eye quickly as your eye is just tissue and you will most likely go blind
Well i wear contacts lens and for about the first week they will be sore(your eyes) and they might burn a tad bit when you first put them on. always remember to wash your hands before handiling your contact lens
1. allergic - treated with anti-allergy drops and cool wash-clothes 2. bacterial pink-ey - treated with antibacterial eye drops 3. viral - will last 7-10 days and there is no therapy except to 'grin and bear' it
"od" on a prescription for eye drops mean "right eye"--as in apply the drops to the right eye. "os" means "left eye".
You use eye drops to clear your eye if it is pink or not clear
When i wake up every moring my eyes are red and i put eye drops in them that helps alittle and i wear contacts what could it be and the edge of my eye stays red for days they dnt burn what cld it be?
Well first I need to know if you wear contacts while you sleep or not. If you don't please call your doctor. If you do, continue reading..... First off. Take the contact out right away. Wear glasses for a few days, and get enough sleep. That should solve your problems. Also your contacts may be old so see about getting a new pair. Or maybe your floid that you wash them with doesn't moisturize them… Read More
It depends which eye drops.. Alcohol may decrease your eye condition.. but there is no specific interaction with regular eye drops and drinking alcohol. Ask your doctor/pharmacist if you can take alcohol with your eye condition and eye drops treatment.
It might be, but I do alot and it's more helpful to dry contacts then the eye drops the doctor gives you.
Yes, some eye drops do have benzene in them. Most of the eye drops prescribed to treat glaucoma has this ingredient in it.
They have been around forever. Eye drops are saline-containing drops used as a route to administer medication in the eye.
Take your contacts out right away! Then flush your eye with water.
TO DO - Immediately wash eye with clean lukewarm (body temperature) water. Visit an Opthalmologist especially if trouble is not less in 2 hours. NOT TO DO - Don't rub the eye. Don't put medicated drops without asking Doctor.
The duration of Eye Drops is 1800.0 seconds.
It depends on what is in the eye drops.
Immediately wash out your eyes and go to an adult you know. You can also use ClearEyes or Visine eye drops, but fair warning it will burn. Use about 3-4 drops in the affected area and then wait until swimming or doing physical activity, as your eye sight will probably be blurry and swimming will not help. Wait until your eye feels back to normal.
NO YOU SHOULD NOT! Allow your eye and eyelid to heal before reintroducing your contacts.
yes there are certain contacts that changes eye color, but it is not possible to change your eye color without contacts.
there are eye drops approved for use in dogs.
Glasses have a glass lense surrounded by a frame. For some people, things are fuzzy and they either get glasses or contact lenses. If people can not read something that is far away, they are near-sighted. If someone has trouble seeing/reading up close then they are far-sighted. When someone can not read things, they either get glasses or eye contacts to help them. Some people prefer glasses and some prefer contacts. Contacts, you place over… Read More
yes you can antibiotic eye drops are only for affected eyes
The nurse instructed the patient about how to do an eye wash. A simple eye wash is plain tap water. An eye wash can remove chemicals, like perfume, that were accidentally sprayed into the eyes.
what eye drops contain vascular constrictor
drops are thinner and more liquidy
Just plain water will rinse the soap from the eyes. This is quite true, but some of us live in areas with over-chlorinated water or fluoride additives or natural contaminants. There are commercial eye wash [i.e. Dacriose]preparations available at most pharmacies. If eyes are still stinging after a thourough wash with plain water , use this type of solution. NOT some of that "get the red out" or other eye drops.
If you are talking about eye color change contacts then there OK when you like it but eye contacts like to see better are OK too aslong as you feel comfortable.
gtt OD is the medical abbreviation for drops in right eye.
It is possible there is something in the eye. Go to a store that sells pet products and get eye drops. Put in the drops and the item in the eye will most likely be washed out with the drops. If not, take it to the vet.
Eye drops won't help cold sores.
No ! The eye drops are formulated for only human eyes !
Give Atropine eye drops 2 drops every 4 hours as needed for congestion.
It is perfectly fine to put eye drops in your ear , but NEVER put ear drops in your eyes.
Optrex ActiMist™ Eye Spray; Optrex Dry Eye Drops can be used.
First, wash your hands so you don't get a bad infection. Then open your eye wide and pinch your fingers. Pinch the contact and then just pull it out. It shouldn't hurt but, it may feel funny.
Some patients will be required to instill eye drops for a number of weeks after surgery to prevent infection, pain, and to lessen inflammation. Eye drops also are used to lower intraocular pressure.
Pink eye can be transferred between people, so avoid rubbing your eyes and touching things. Wash your hands frequently to avoid spreading it. If you have not seen your doctor, do so. Your doctor will most likely prescribe eye drops or allergy medication. Applying a warm compress to your closed eye may soothe the pain.
Since it is an infection, the best way would be to go to the doctor who will likely prescribe antibiotic eye drops. Do not spread it around: don't pick at it. wash your hands with soap everytime you touch your eye(s) try to keep from passing the infection from one eye to another or to another person.