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If the eye is not red, you're not having significant pain, you're not light-sensitive, and the vision is not changed, you are likely just fine. You can use some artificial tears like Refresh or Systane a few times per day for the next few days to help if there is minor irritation. But if your irritation persists or worsens, then you should see your ophthalmologist; alternatively, there's nothing wrong with going to get it checked out if you're worried. Does this make sense?
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