You did not have a slight injury, you had a blow to the eye. The eye is filled with fluids, the shock wave travels to all the eye and can damage any and all parts. You are under treatment for traumatic iritis and perhaps blood in the eye (hyphema).
Do what your ophthalmologist tells you to do. The dilation is important to rest the iris.
Stay out of fights.
almost 11 days later now and I am off the Cyclogyl (as advised by my ophthalmologist) and have reduced Dexamethasone to three times daily. However, my vision is still quite blurry when looking at details from far. Also, vision seems brighter (white) than my other eye.
Do you reckon I will get my full normal vision back ? if so, how long does this usually take? I really appreciate your help
THere is no way I can tell but it can take 3-7 days for cyclogyl to wear off. Until it does you will not be able to judge if you're back to normal.
Thanks a million. I will wait 7 days and see how it turns out.