There’s a lock in my eye
Q: I’m a 16-year-old woman in middle school. When I was in the second grade last year, I sprayed bleach on my friend’s eyes while playing around while cleaning at school. I ran straight to the bathroom and washed it with water. I asked him to go to the ophthalmologist for an examination, and he said he wouldn’t go.
It’s already been a year, but it’s not like you’re slowly going to lose your name or have bad eyesight, right? I’m so sorry and nervous.
So far, nothing seems to have happened, but is it really okay?
A: If you didn’t have any special abnormalities or discomfort a year ago, you don’t have to worry too much. It’s not a strong mountain, so even if it goes into the eye, it doesn’t cause a big abnormality. If you washed it right away, it’ll be okay. You don’t have to worry about your real name either.