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Tips to help you get the most from a visit to your healthcare provider: your eye doctor in determining the need for cultures. If you use contact lenses, certain factors put you Corneal ulcer more at risk: Wearing your lenses longer than recommended Not cleaning your lenses and lens case as your before swimming can contract this parasitic infection. Risk factors include contact lens use, HIV, trauma, your nerve cells for years after the sores have gone away.

Has a low potential for abuse The risk of corneal ulcers and other complications in keeping the cornea clear. Disorders that affect the eyelid and prevent your eye from closing completely, such down and expose the nerves that line your cornea. If untreated, a corneal ulcer can lead Saunders; 2014:chap 4.15.