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Ice syndrome

I have ice syndrome and after 4 operations I am now blind in my right eye. I am on holiday at the moment but am experiencing some sore, gravel in the eye feelings. I was told to put some gel in my eye by my doctor before I came away but it's not helping. Does the eye have blisters on or is it a build up of a calcium and it then flakes in the eye. Any help would be great
Karen
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1731421 tn?1358823371
MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL
It's possible that you have "blisters" on the cornea, but there's no way to know unless you get seen. Go get a checkup.

Best wishes,
Timothy D. McGarity, Medical Doctor, Ophthalmologist
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If it is blisters would it hurt all the time ? My eye only hurts every so often !

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