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Updated 06 March 2015

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When using an over-the-counter eye medication, if you do not see an improvement after 72 hours or the condition worsens, you also should see a doctor immediately. Blurring of vision, double vision, or visual loss needs an ophthalmologist’s diagnosis.

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