First Aid: Black eye
Disclaimer: Intended as only for reference. Contact a professional if you have serious medical concerns.
The so-called black eye is caused by bleeding beneath the skin around the eye. Sometimes a black eye indicates a more extensive injury...
The most common cause of a black eye is a blow to the face. Black eyes can
cause pain, blurry vision, swelling and headaches. It is a sort of bruising to the ...
What to do if you get a black eye (shiner). Do you need to see a doctor for a
Every now and then, or at least once in our lives, we may be prone to getting a
black eye. This unsightly problem is the result of an injury to the head or face.
Mar 1, 2015 ... WebMD's guide to treating a black eye. ... Don't put pressure on your eye or try to
force it open. If it hurts, take aspirin or acetaminophen.
Mar 7, 2014 ... Certain home remedies for black eye also use herbs and oils to get rid of black
eye. Applying ice pack initially and then warm compresses can ...
Feb 7, 2017 ... A black eye is basically an invitation for anyone you meet to ask what ... There
really are no miracle cures that instantly make bruises disappear.
May 26, 2015 ... What is the best cure for a black eye? Dear Reader,. Black eyes, whether they're
on tumbling toddlers or professional boxers, are like spotlights ...
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Jan 15, 2014 ... Black eyes can be sooooooooo annoying, especially if your going out so I'm here
to show you a really fast way in which you can get rid of it!
Mar 11, 2015 ... Read about black eye causes (such as a blow to the nose or eye, cosmetic
surgery ... head injuries, allergic relations) and how to treat the injury.