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Burning with application and temporary blurred vision are a side effect of Tobramycin eye drops. I am assuming you have your eyes checked and washed out after the chemical exposure? Washing it out may help if that was not done. For comport you may want to use artificial tears or lubricating over the counter drops to help with the stinging while you are using the antibiotic drops. I hope that helps :)
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Did they rinse your eye when you were seen, did they check what we call a pH (a small strip of paper placed in your eye) or do a fluorescein stain to check for any damage to the surface of your eye? You could also be having an allergic type response and can try over the counter allergy drop such as Ophcon-A (this will burn worse going in but after will help if it's an allergic response). I just want to make sure your eye was properly examined.