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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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