About two days ago i went to the eye doctors for a check up
the used was dilating drops.
i came home everything was fine but then a few minutes passed ant my chest started to burn and i had trouble breathing.
i began to caugh and my eyes continue to burn and water they keep turning red.
i begin to have slight fevers here and there. my voice is also going away
You should go to the emergency room right away if your throat is tight and you are having trouble breathing. This is not a usual reaction to eye drops - rarely I have patients sometimes complain of very red, irritated, blurry eyes and headache and feeling bad - but its very uncommon. I'm not sure if your problem is an allergic reaction to the eyedrops but I think you need to be seen in the ER or your doctor's office for an immediate evaluation for an allergic reaction - because sometimes they can be quite serious.
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