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When you suspect a corneal abrasion
A corneal abrasion can be painful, and that pain may increase when you open or close your eye. Other symptoms include tearing, redness, light sensitivity, headache and blurry vision, AAO states.
Doctor advises taking these steps if you believe you have a corneal abrasion:
Minor corneal abrasions will generally heal on their own within a few days. If you believe the abrasion is more serious, consult your eye doctor.
And if your job calls for eye protection, make sure you wear it.