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Parenting brings all sorts of unanticipated and quite a few unwelcome problems your way, one example is dealing with foreign objects that get into your children's eyes! Summer raises the frequency with which that rallying cry goes up: 'There's something in my eye!'. The warm weather makes for more dust blowing around, and the chance of playing outside more brings higher risk of mucky hands getting dirt into the eyes, or perhaps rubbing eyes whilst in the sand pit will introduce unwanted grit. Here is some advice to help you deal with the problem:-
If your attempts don't work, or for anything more serious than a bit of grit or eyelash, then seek medical advice at once. Your child will be in considerable discomfort and will need constant reassurance that you are with them. They could be suffering panic and confusion so you must comfort them throughout their ordeal. Hopefully they will recover as soon as the object is remove and continue playing as they were before as if nothing had ever happened!
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