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Eye problems due to low WBC count - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   hi Doctor...
User :   My mother is having eye problem..
User :   they say her WBC cells are in excess and they have given her steroids
User :   for block in her eyes
User :   since 3 months she is going to hospital
Doctor :   k
User :   but there is no improvement
User :   actually she is slowly losing her sight in her right eye
User :   i am not sure of the exact term of the problem
Doctor :   For Administrative and health purposes, Please provide these details -Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status: Dependants: Yes/No
User :   my age or my mothers?
Doctor :   Your motheres
Doctor :   and other details yours
User :   50 years, F,House wife, Married
Doctor :   ok
User :   my name is AAAAAAA 25,M, working and Single
Doctor :   have you got the prescription anything given by the doctor to look for the exact terminology
Doctor :   is it Uveitis
Doctor :   Glaucoma
User :   inflamation in the eye
Doctor :   What are the medications she is using?
Doctor :   inflammation is of many causes
Doctor :   and every inflammations steroids are common in eye
Doctor :   I can help you more if you can put the term
User :   bilaterla optic disc edena
User :   bilateral optic disc edena
Doctor :   even that is th efinding in the eye with the opthalmoscope
User :   ensolone
User :   azoran
User :   these are the tablets she is been using
Doctor :   Does she haveing any joint pains or any other poroblems
User :   no..
User :   she had head ache on top of her head some 3 months back
User :   and she used to hear sounds in her eyes
User :   oops ears
User :   but those things seem to have gone
User :   but now her right eye is slowly loosing sight as she cannot see images of the tv also
Doctor :   ALl the findings you have told are seen in many conditions
Doctor :   Chorioditis
Doctor :   Vitreoitis
Doctor :   did htye mention these terms
User :   no
User :   bilateral optic disc edena
User :   this is term they have used
Doctor :   this is only a finding in the eye when seen throught the ophthalmoscope
User :   let me tell you what details i know
Doctor :   I want the diagnosis
Doctor :   made by the doctor
Doctor :   after the examination
User :   i can give that if i can meet you...
User :   or can i call you
User :   if you could give me your number
Doctor :   is it written on the slip
Doctor :   after 1 hour
User :   oki...and your good name
User :   ?
User :   so you are practicing opthamology?
Doctor :   Please fill this Feed back form I send, while I type the relevant medical information, and once done please inform me of the same.
Doctor :   are you there
Doctor :   you can call that number
User :   yes....
User :   can i talk to you only?
Doctor :   any of the doctors available can pick hte call
User :   or is it like any procedure ?
Doctor :   no it is a direct number
Doctor :   a doctor picks it up
User :   so you are practicing opthamology?
Doctor :   I am a General Practitioner
User :   but how will you guide me?
User :   like will you refer some me to a opthamologist?
Doctor :   I shall tellyou the prognosis and what would be happening
Doctor :   and if required and you wish we can guide you
User :   thank you so much doctor
User :   i am worried about my mother;s concern since a long time
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting Health care magic. Bye for now. Please refer your friends to our service
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