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Eye patch needed! where do i get one?

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
Hey i have just developed bells palsy and was wondering where i can get an eye patch? I have looked on amazon but delivery is like £48 so thats a no no! Others are ones for pirates!

maybe somebody knows a shop that sells them? I have found cheaper ones on ebay.com but i kind of need it now.

cheers :)
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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#1
p.s i look like little nicky, 'get in the flask!'
banned 2 Likes #2
steal one off a pirate
8 Likes #3
From Arrrrgos?

Sorry.
2 Likes #4
A chemist :D
#5
boots?
1 Like #6
Crowman
From Arrrrgos?

Sorry.


so wrong, however my favourite reply of the week.
#7
been to my local cemists!

Will have to try Arrrgos then lol

why does nowhere in the uk sell them! surely england still has blind people!
#8
Opticians, chemist, GP, hospital, eBay?
banned#9
search for an eye pad instead, you'll find loads for sell
3 Likes #10
whatsThePoint
search for an eye pad instead, you'll find loads for sell


I'm so tempted to put 'hang on for the eye pad 2' but I can't bring myself to do it.





Edited By: greg_68 on Apr 15, 2011 21:11
1 Like #11
I like this one

http://www.rockngothshop.com/product-img/qw/EP1.jpg
#13
http://www.patchpizazz.com/eye-patch-with-straps-adult.html in Oz but looks like free delivery might be available.

http://www.meyepatch.co.uk/orderOnline.htm uk based

Edited By: sickly sweet on Apr 15, 2011 21:13
#14
whatsThePoint
search for an eye pad instead, you'll find loads for sell


But they are not cool! i wanted kill bill style lol
#15
@choc1969 - yea! i did find a mad eye moody one lol
#16
#17
#18
Don't know about eye patch but if your Bell's Palsy is associated with recent pregnancy, you need to boost your immune system.

Try Stress B and look for artificial tears if you can't blink

Basic info here
#19
greg_68
whatsThePoint
search for an eye pad instead, you'll find loads for sell


I'm so tempted to put 'hang on for the eye pad 2' but I can't bring myself to do it.

:D
#20
oh yea, choc that one looks alright, think im going to check them out if they deliver in 24 hours.

thanks everybody else, also those who took the rise out of my eye/paralyzed face lol
#21
cannyscot
Don't know about eye patch but if your Bell's Palsy is associated with recent pregnancy, you need to boost your immune system.

Try Stress B and look for artificial tears if you can't blink

Basic info here


yea been doctors, also if i was pregnat i would be a very very rich man! lol
#22
mumbojumbo
Have you been to see your GP? You may need some eyedrops, anti-inflammatory drugs, steroids or anti-virals as well as the eye-patch.


yea got the steriods etc, the doctor said its due to stress.

just need eye drops and eye patch :)
#23
babyboxer85
cannyscot
Don't know about eye patch but if your Bell's Palsy is associated with recent pregnancy, you need to boost your immune system.

Try Stress B and look for artificial tears if you can't blink

Basic info here


yea been doctors, also if i was pregnat i would be a very very rich man! lol



Oops! :D
#24
cannyscot
babyboxer85
cannyscot
Don't know about eye patch but if your Bell's Palsy is associated with recent pregnancy, you need to boost your immune system.

Try Stress B and look for artificial tears if you can't blink

Basic info here


yea been doctors, also if i was pregnat i would be a very very rich man! lol



Oops! :D


lol, search bells palsy on youtube. its quite funny!
#25
your local hospital will have an optometry/ophthalmology department which will be able to supply you one no problem...

Edited By: shaneomac on Apr 15, 2011 21:49
#26
cheers, shaneomac and mumbojumbo will try these aswell :)
#27
ive had bells palsy twice - why do you need an eye patch ? - you should not keep it covered you just need to close your eyelid with your fingers now and again and use eyedrops
#28
sn0ttyang3l
ive had bells palsy twice - why do you need an eye patch ? - you should not keep it covered you just need to close your eyelid with your fingers now and again and use eyedrops


Why not? lol, its because when im at work my face starts going all funny. The other side goes like the joker and the eye on the palsy side just goes all funny and it makes me feel sick. Can only stop it by holding the palsy eye with the palm of my hand. And it feels dry sometimes and stuff

So to kill afew birds with one stone a eye patch is the most efficient solution. And it will look more professional when dealing with clients instead of having my head in my hands!

eye eye captain!

Edited By: babyboxer85 on Apr 15, 2011 22:29
#29
just be careful if using one, depth perception may be altered radically making it unsafe to operate machinery or drive.
1 Like #30
http://media1.break.com/dnet/media/2008/9/89%20Bling%20Eye%20Patch.jpg

Accessories not included!!!!!


http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/88/Pirate_costume_eyepatch.jpg

parot not included either
#31
haha thats what i look like! lol
#32
Fair play to you op for having a good sense of humour about this (my god you need it when posting anything personal on here)
#33
NHS ?

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