Suara.com – Nagita Slavina experienced a torn cornea or corneal abrasion as a result of being hit by a tennis ball. As a result, Raffi Ahmad’s wife kept crying and felt like she was being stabbed every day.
This confession was made by the woman who is familiarly called Gigi when talking with Ayu Dewi before playing tennis with her colleagues, Nia Ramadhani and Ayushita.
This situation began with Ayu Dewi’s explanation to her colleagues, which made Nia Ramadhani grimace, unable to imagine the feelings experienced by the mother of two children.
“So Gigi just got injured, that’s why she always wears glasses. Her (eye) has a 2 millimeter tear,” said Ayu Dewi on her personal Instagram, quoted by Suara.com, Friday (22/9/2023).
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Hearing leaks of her story shared by Ayu Dewi, the result was that Nagita gave a detailed explanation of what she experienced and felt one week ago.
“I was hit by a tennis ball a week ago, it hit my cornea. It didn’t bleed, but it felt like I was being stabbed, I couldn’t open my eyes, tears kept coming out of my eyes. It was like glitter but it was like glass, glass,” explained Nagita.
According to Hello Sehat, corneal abrasion is scratching of the surface of the cornea due to a foreign object. The cornea is a transparent liquid layer outside the eyeball that functions as a shield.
Sadly, if this condition does not receive immediate treatment, he will experience disease or permanent corneal damage. It is also recognized that this condition is a common injury that can suddenly be experienced by anyone, either because of exercise or while repairing something.
Some of the characteristics of a torn cornea, as experienced by Nagita Slavina, can cause symptoms of redness, heat, irritation, pain, watery eyes, impaired vision, and the muscles around the eyes constantly moving.
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The following is first aid for a torn cornea that can be done:
Rinse eyes with clean water. You can use a small, clean drinking glass positioned over the bone at the base of the eye socket. Rinsing the eyes can wash away the irritating foreign object. Blink several times. This can remove small particles in the eye, because by blinking the tears will come out and wet the cornea. Pull the upper eyelid to the lower eyelid. This helps the eyes become watery to clear foreign particles. This method can also cause the eyelashes on the lower eyelid to sweep objects from under the upper eyelid.