Sunday, 25 May 2014

Miss C's eye problem

Miss C has asked our class to make a conversation of what she is  going to have with the doctor.  The eye problem is called Subconjunctival Hemorrage.
Miss C. Hi their Dr Mike I have an eye problem, it's on the right. 
Dr Mike : Ah yes can you move your eye to the right for me so I can take a look, This is called Subconjunctival Hemorrhage The cause of subconjunctival hemorrhage isn't always known. However, the following actions may cause a small blood vessel to rupture in your eye like:
Violent coughing.
Powerful sneezing.
Heavy lifting.
but some cases, subconjunctival hemorrhage may result from an eye injury, such as:
Roughly rubbing your eye. 
Severe eye infection. 
Trauma, such as a foreign object injuring your eye.

Miss C: Good to know, is there a treatment for this? 

Dr Mike: No their is know treatment for this but you won't be harmed.

Miss C: Ok when will it go away?

Dr Mike: it will go away in several weeks or so.

Miss C: Will I have to do anything?

Dr Mike: No you can live your normal life but just don't rub you eye for 7-8 eght days just to be safe.  

Miss C. Thank you for helping me you been great.

Dr Mike: Thats fine have a nice day se ya.     


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