How to undilate eyes?

my daughter had her eyes dilated Thursday at the dr. They are still dilated, not as bad but bad enough for headaches. How to help her?

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I have to have my eyes checked at least twice a year, and this has never happened to me. I would call your eye doctor and ask him/her why this is happening. It is not a normal situation.

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She did. Her eyes are very sensitive to the drops. Next time they will undilate her eyes with drops also. Thanks for the answer.

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