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My toddler swam in a highly chlorinated pool. She can't open eyes. Eyes are burning. What can I do to help her?

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wash out her eyes with lots of water and dowse with eyedrops hold a cold wet washcloth over her eyes for awhile.

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Rinse her eyes out ASAP with cold water, and take her to the doctors...

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Go to a doctor

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Have you tried flushing her eyes out with clean water?

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Call your pediatrician.

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Cold water and eye drops

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Flush her eyes out with fresh water

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clean water flush and simple saline solution.

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All of the above are correct. Flush eyes with cool water. This will be hard to do on a child. Her eyes will remain red and burning even after flushing and eye drops. Get her some swim goggles for her next venture into chlorine. I'd give her a pain reliever too. Good luck you're going to have a rough night.

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Use water to flush her eyes and keep going until they are clear. Use cold or cook compresses on her eyes(closed) and call or taker her to the pedatrican.

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