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Homeopathic Remedies for Blisters

What are Blisters?

Blisters are local swellings of the skin containing pockets of watery fluid often caused by burning or irritation. Painful blisters may sometimes be encountered in the outer layer of the cornea and often may just heal itself within one week.

Common causes that can cause blisters in the cornea includes an injury or a scrape to the cornea, wearing hard contact lenses, keratitis which is an inflammation of the cornea usually as a result of syphilis, or a foreign body inside the cornea.

Symptoms usually experienced with cornea blister condition includes blurred vision, eye pain, watery eye, scratchy eye, redness in the eye, difficulty with opening the eye, sensitive to light and yellow discharge coming from the eye especially in the case of keratitis.

Common treatments for cornea blisters are in the form of eye drops, eye ointments or eye lubricants.  In some cases, antibiotics may be given for prevention of serious infection. An eye patch may be helpful in reducing pain and providing time for the cornea to heal.  Sunglasses may help to protect the eyes from being hurt by bright light.  Having frequent rest and keeping the eyes closed may help in reducing painful eye movement.  Using the following homeopathic remedies are also beneficial as they are natural, safe and cheap.

Homeopathic Remedies

Symptoms: Cornea has tiny blisters
Homeopathic medicine: Euphrasia
Potency: 200