News just in from our client, Urgent Care of the Palm Beaches about Why You Should Not Go Swimming if You Have an Eye Injury.

The combined prevalence rates of eye injury in the United States were recorded at 7.5 cases per 100 individuals. Having an eye injury can be a painful and uncomfortable experience. It can greatly impact your daily activities, including something as simple as going for a swim. While a refreshing dip in the pool or ocean may seem tempting, it is important to consider the potential risks and dangers that come with swimming if you have an eye injury. 

In this blog, we will explore the reasons why you should avoid swimming if you have an eye injury and the possible consequences that could result from ignoring this advice. Not only is it crucial for your health, but it could also save you from further complications and discomfort. So before you grab your swimsuit and towel, read on to discover why swimming should not be on your agenda if you have an eye injury.

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