The thought of having an eyeball pop out is quite disturbing, but it does happen. It’s pointless to say don’t panic, because that is the very thing you will do. The most important this is to get help as quickly as possible. If one acts promptly and gets to a health care provider the doctor should be able to put the eye back in place without serious and long-term damage.
An eye can become dislodge or pop out for many different reasons. It can be dislodged due to head trauma or some people can pop their eyes out just by mere sneezing. Some people can apply strong direct pressure on the eyelids and can force their eyeballs to pop out.
Some individuals with less severe dislodging of their eye can try to learn the procedure to popping their eyeball back into socket. The procedure to popping your eyeball back in is really simple, but should be learned and taught by a professional. You should remember to do the procedure as sterile as possible to keep from getting germs or other bacteria into the eye.
There are some individuals who experience their eyes popping out on a regular basis. Those individuals can actually have a special medical procedure done to keep their eyeballs from constantly popping out. These individuals should talk about the options with their health care provider.
Individuals who have experienced a trauma that caused them to have their eyeball dislodged or popped out should seek medical attention. The doctors usually give topical painkillers for the pain experienced in the area.
They will then hold back the lashes, and put the eye back into its socket. This is very sterile procedure that is done and should not be done just by anyone. The doctors will prescribe antibiotics and drops that will help with lubricating the eye. Sometimes this procedure may not work if the eye area has developed swelling or severe irritation; in this case the doctors try a different method to pop the eye back. Remember it is very important get the medical advice for learning to pop your own eyeballs out and seek medical treatment for severe dislodging eyeballs.