People who wear contact lenses for a long time are generally more proficient in wearing and removing them, but for novices, they are likely to encounter the situation of wearing but unable to remove contact lenses. At this time, how should I remove the contact lens?
If you find that you can’t take out the contact lens, don’t be nervous and anxious to rub your eyes or use your nails to prevent infection of the cornea. You can put a few drops of eye drops into your eyes to replenish moisture and help lubricate, and then renew Try it. The eye drops here can be replaced with artificial tears, but be careful not to use care solutions or other eye drops!
For novices, it is normal to be unable to remove contact lenses occasionally. As long as you try patiently, you can easily remove them when you become proficient. However, if the contact lens cannot be removed frequently, it should be taken seriously. First of all, check whether the wearing habits are correct, whether you usually like to wear contact lenses to sleep or wear them for too long, which leads to hypoxia and edema of the eyes, and the lenses stick to the eyeballs; secondly, you should check whether the cornea is injured. The protein content in the secretion increases and the texture becomes sticky; finally, check to make sure that the base curve of your eyes is consistent with the wearing lens. If the base curve of the lens is too small, it will be tightly pressed on the eyeball, and it may not be removed. The problem with the lens.
Therefore, before wearing contact lenses, a comprehensive fundus examination and optometry examination should be done. Contact lenses with a high degree of fit can be more comfortable to wear and can avoid many problems. If the contact lens cannot be taken off, it is recommended to seek medical attention as soon as possible and have a professional doctor to remove it to avoid unnecessary damage to the eyes.