I scratched my cornea Saturday playing vollyball. Woke up Sunday feeling like grit in my eye. It was totally red. Saw the doc, who used flourescent dye, slit lamp, and very thorough examination to diagnose corneal abrasion. He prescribed Ofloxacin opthalmic solution, 0.3%. A few hours later I'm very photosensitive! I've turned my monitor down to min brightness, but it still hurts to look at the screen without squinting. My pupils are not dialated. In fact, they're like pinpoints, even in dim light. According to the Mayo Clinic: "This medicine may cause your eyes to become more sensitive to light than they are normally. Wearing sunglasses and avoiding too much exposure to bright light may help lessen the discomfort." Boy, oh boy! Do they ever!!! As an interesting aside, I thought it might help my night vision, but nada. It just seems to be affecting my photosensitivity to normal light.