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Usually if you get something in your eye, your eye will tear up and wash out the foreign body. Sometimes, though, something gets in your eye and you c...
Look in a mirror, if one's handy, and try to locate where the foreign object is in your eye. The method you try will likely depend on where the nasty...
Next, try flushing out the eye with some lukewarm water. You can hold your eye under a running facet, or take some water in a small cup and pour it in...
If the particle is behind your upper eyelid, Pull your upper eyelid over the lower one and roll your eye upwards.
If it is under your lower eyelid or in the corner of your eye, hold down your lower eyelid and use the corner of a clean handkerchief or a q-tip to ge...
Still have something in your eye? Sorry, I can't help you. You'll need to go to an opthalmalogist or the ER.I hope this helped/entertained you for a m...
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AMAZING! I feel like my life was saved just now by a random internet savior! Thank you for this method.
It took me a couple tries and a few minutes but i got it!
After 2 days, this morning i made two attempts at Step 3 & the eyelash is out. Thank you.
I can feel something inside my eye but not sure whether it is a hair. It has been there for 3 days. I tried all the 3 methods above but it doesn't work on me. I have no idea what else to do. Any other tips?
i also have same issue but its been almost 7 days .... I have been to my doctor too many times lately i just can't afford to go back, i tried all the methods but it still feels like something is in it, i can't see anything in it, its so annoying..! did yours come out?
I had a hair in my eye all day yesterday, it's caused me a dry pink eye... It was my 29th birthday!! I spent most the day with the one eye closed. It never fell out but somehow I feel asleep at the end of the day... only to wake up to dry eyes and eye gunk and now that wont go away... I have no idea what to do at this point.
Thanks so much! Had something in my eye since last night - much the same as below. scratching feeling and unable to see the object. Tried to sleep it off, still here this morning. tried to flush it out, thought I couldn't see step three (press orange next above these comments) and although I can't see what fell out my eye feels instantly cleared. THANK YOU SO MUCH! I can get on with my day.
Step 3 seriously just worked like a charm! i was just sitting on my bed when i felt something fall into my eye, looked in the mirror, couldn't see anything, it was like this scratchy pain. tried rinsing out my eye with water, didn't help; used lubricating eyedrops; didn't help, did step three for about 30 sec, MAGIC!! i am so relieved. thank you!!!!!!!!
After doing step 3 about 10 times my eye was fine! Thanks bro!
Oh wow, step 3 was a lifesaver. Don't be discouraged if it doesn't work at first, I only got results after 40-50 tries. Looking in a mirror might help.
step 3 = instant relief
WOw !!!!! Step 3 is awesome... 100 % working ... Thanx uploader
Holy crap #3 is magic. THANK YOU. I was losing my mind.
Thank you so much!! You just saved me from a sleepless night. Step three all the way!
Step 3, there is some magic in it!I tried rinsing with water, eye-drops, pulling my upper lid out and blinking hard, etc., but for some reason a couple tries of step 3 did the trick! Very relieved.
Step 3 worked! :-D Thanks!!!!
Thank you, thank you, thank you. I've been stuck with a sore and watery eye for the past five hours. Trick three saved the day!
Step three. Bam. You rock.
Dear god thank you so much sir/madam! You are a gent/lady magical person!! I spent 3 hours in pain and even thought i would need to take a screwdriver to my eye to prise the whole thing out !Thank you for saving my eye :D :D :D :D
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