Swimmer’s Eye

Swimmer’s eye is a common complaint among swimmers who wear ill-fitting goggles or none at all.

It is often caused by chlorine irritation or anti-fogging agents used in goggles, and leaves the eyes itchy and scratchy.

Treatment

Try over-the-counter eye drops or visit a doctor for a diagnosis.   Get yourself a pair of goggles (that fit properly).

Train safe!

Terry

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