Does she have any pain?
What type of things can she see out of that eye? TV? newsprint? etc.
Shapes, colors, lights, facial features, TV she can see, but very blurry.
pain sometimes when she moves the eye around
dull, throbbing pain mostly. Sometimes a sharp pain when she moves it side to side
pain is more to the top of the eyeball, not the cornea/ iris area
She can likely wait until the morning to be seen by an ophthalmologist or optometrist.
anything we should do in the meantime?
being poked in the eye can scratch the cornea. This is often very painful, but an heal in a few hours. The clarity of vision may take much longer, days to weeks sometimes.
If she was poked with a sharp object which could have punctured the eye, then yes, she should be seen by a physician to be evaluated.
to make sure that surgery does not need to be done.
it was just a finger that got her
continue to use the tears and see a doctor in the morning.
if symptoms worsens, then obviously, she should be seen sooner.
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Do you have any other questions?
that's it thanks