Ear Drops Antipyrine & Benzocaine Into My Eyes

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yoyo Says:


Mistakely put eardrop into my mothers eyes.
Wanting to know what is some of the problems she may have .



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Yoyo! How is she? Did she suffer any adverse effects?

Likely nothing will happen, other than some irritation, but since they aren't sterile, there is a risk of them causing an infection. Signs of that in the eye, as listed by the NIH, may include redness, swelling, discharge and excess tearing.

She should report it to her doctor, so they can check for any possible issues.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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