Blister on Eyeball?

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A blister on the eyeball is not to be ignored. Blisters may cause blurry vision or wavy lines. The first thing you should do is call an ophthalmologist or optometrist to get an appointment as soon as possible. Secondly, you should rest your eyes, which is to say, close them. Some blisters on the eye are caused by stress and are referred to as central serous retinopathy (CSR). By keeping stress levels down and your eyes and hands clean, you might be able to lessen the inflammation.

While the blister may heal on its own, there may be more serious causes that will require medical intervention, such as laser treatment. For this reason, you should consult an eye doctor as soon as possible.
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