You should go to either the Emergency room or to see an opthalmologist. They would be able to look at your eyes and see if some material is still stuck to the eye itself and remove it. They could see if you have a corneal abrasion as a result of this material. They could prescribe eye drop to make the eyes less painful. They could also prescribe antibiotic drops for the eyes if needed.. I think that you need to have someone look at your eyes. This isnt someone that you want to just let go. Things could get worse. You never want to mess around with your vision. Hope that helps, hope you get treatment and relief soon.
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