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  1. Arti says:

    Wear protective eyewear when doing any activity that might lead to eye
    injury. These include severe eye pain, blurred
    vision, or eye discharge. You will need to see an ophthalmologist that same day. Not all types of corneal ulcer can
    be prevented. Call 911

    if you have any symptoms of a corneal ulcer. If you use contact lenses, a few
    things put you more at risk: If you use contact lenses, a few
    things put you more at risk: If you use contact lenses, a few
    things put you more at risk: If you use contact lenses, a few
    things put you more at risk: If you have problems with your eyes, get medical care as soon as possible. If you have problems with your eyes, get medical care as soon as possible. Treating your
    other health conditions quickly may also help prevent ulcers. Contacting your eye care
    provider at the first sign of infection may also help. If you use contacts, be sure they fit well and that you care for them correctly. If your cornea has lasting
    (permanent) scarring and damage, your vision can be impaired in the long term. If your complications
    are serious, you may need more treatment. If your complications

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