HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR CORNEAL ULCER
The cornea is the clear tissue at the front of the eye. A corneal ulcer is an open sore in the outer layer of the cornea. It is often caused by infection.
Corneal ulcers are most commonly caused by an infection with bacteria, viruses, fungi, or a parasite.
Acanthamoeba keratitis occurs in contact lens users. It is more likely to happen in people who make their own homemade cleaning solutions.
Fungal keratitis can occur after a corneal injury involving plant material. It may also occur in people with a suppressed immune system.
Herpes simplex keratitis is a serious viral infection. It may cause repeated attacks that are triggered by stress, exposure to sunlight, or any condition that lowers the immune response.
Corneal ulcers or infections may also be caused by:--Eyelids that do not close all the way, such as with Bell’s palsy Foreign bodies in the eye, Scratches (abrasions) on the eye surface, Severely dry eyes,Severe allergic eye disease, Various inflammatory disorders
Wearing contact lenses, especially soft contacts that are left in overnight, may cause a corneal ulcer.
GRAPHITES 30- Ulcers with thick creamy pus . Abscesses of the cornea and in hypopion. Severe pain of throbbing nature . Eyelids red
HEPAR SULPH 30- Sensitive to touch and air
MERCURIUS SOL 30-Superficial or deep ulcers with considerable infiltration . Profuse and excoriating discharges
PULSTILLA NIG. 30—Ulceration in blue of the eyes
SILICEA 200-Perforationg and sloughing ulcers of cornea. Abscess in cornea after traumatic injury