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    Did the sun damage my eyes?
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    scarface94 posted:
    I was sitting in my car which has no tinted windows whatsoever, and the sun was directly in front of me but I was looking down at my phone the entire time to avoid looking directly at the sun, but I could still feel it hitting my face. I never looked directly at the sun. I feel no pain, there's no difference in vision, and I don't have red eyes. I have OCD and I need to know please.

    Also, my car is too old to have a UV protected wind shield so take that into account.[br>[br>
    Thank you.
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    scarface94 responded:
    I could still feel the sun hitting my eyes even though I wasn't looking directly at it
     
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    Alan M Kozarsky, MD responded:
    The windshield in a car is a glass laminate and absorbs a lot of the UV.

    No harm done.


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