If you think you might have a corneal abrasion, see your eye doctor as soon as possible. Don’t try to remove an object from your eye, and don’t rub or touch your eyes. Instead, rinse your eye with clean water or saline. Blinking several times in a row and pulling your upper eyelid over your lower eyelid may also help.
Your doctor will discuss treatment options with you. They may include antibiotic eyedrops and ointments, medicated eyedrops to help ease the pain or prescription painkillers. You may need to wear a patch over your eye while it heals.