After the left eye was hit by a basketball, it slowed down a few seconds. It's a faint swelling and pain, blurred vision, bruised eyes, no congestion, can the vision come back
According to your description and your pictures, your condition is considered to be the eye contusion caused by trauma. If your eyesight decreases now, you must go to the hospital as soon as possible to have a detailed examination of your eyes to prevent the internal lesions of the eyeball. If the eyesight is relatively serious, it may not be recovered. If the eyesight is relatively mild, it can be recovered
Generally speaking, if your eyes are hit and can't see clearly, it may be that your nerves have been damaged. It's suggested that you'd better go to the ophthalmology department of a regular hospital to check the fundus of your eyes and see that the damage of the optic nerve needs nutritional nerve treatment. Pay attention to eating less spicy, greasy and irritating food. I hope my answer will help you and wish you good health!
Hello, your current situation is considered to be eyeball contusion. If the vision is blurred after the injury, you need to go to the hospital ophthalmology for further examination, because the trauma factors are very complex. The specific part of the eye is damaged, which can only be determined by examination. It is recommended to check as soon as possible. If there are no major problems, you can rest assured. If there are problems, treat them in time. The injury is not very serious. Generally, the vast majority can be recovered.