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my question is my left eye the vision is kinda blurred, it

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my question is:my left eye the vision is kinda blurred, it looks like floaters but i also looks like i'm looking through plastic and was wondering what this could be.

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How long has this been going on?

Any previous eye injury?

Any previous history of cornea infection?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
it started when i had fake eyelashes about 8 months ago. i thought they got glue in my eye, well i don't ware them now but that's when i first notice it and my eye gives me headaches i have to ware sunglasses all the time.
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It is likely that you have a tiny piece of eyelash stuck to the cornea (clear part of the eye) not seen by the naked eye. I suggest that you follow-up with your eye doctor for closer evaluation at the slit-lamp and possibly to remove any such piece. In the meantime, I suggest that you irrigate your eye with clean distilled or tap water thorough, and the continue to use over the counter preservative free tear drop such Refresh or Genteal drop 4 times daily, and apply Lacri-lube gel at bedtime into the affected eye.

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