I am having myopia and wearing specs but when I alternatively see with my eyes(like closing one eye and seeing with the other with speed and then closing that eye and seeing with the other fast) first it becomes blur but with a successive blink it becomes normal. Is this normal for me?
hi i had lasik 6 months ago and my left eye is still blurry. It had myopia and astigmatism. There was once the opthamologist said i had a scratch on my left eye which he said keep using moisturising eye drops. Today i noticed that if i tilt my head down and look upwards my left eye has perfect vision! When i look out normally with my left eye it remains blurry. If i use moisturising eyedrops, the first 2 seconds are clear then it blurrs straight away. Is this from dry eyes or corneal scarring?
Sir, Good Morning. My daughter is 9 years old. Due to rubbing of left eye, cornea has become light steep (thin) and she got -4.0 / 180 Degrees / +0.50 power for left eye. And the right eye is Normal. After wearing the spectacles, many times she is able to see normal with the left eye. But sometimes in the classroom, her vision is blur. We could not understand the problem. Will the left eye cornea will become normal while she grows ? Is there any chance of cornea becomes more steeper without doing anything also. Is there any problem with -4.0 power to left eye only? Please give me suggestions and exercises to become cornea normal. Thank You Very Much. Regards, Ravi
What might cause intermittent hazy/cloudy vision in one eye? I have larger than normal optic nerves with the right being larger than the left. Thinner than normal corneas. Moderately dry eyes and blepharitis. For the last 2 days in mid-afternoon the vision in my right eye becomes hazy as if I m looking through very sheer fabric. This lasts for sevedal hours and then clears up.
I woke up this morning with little bolts of pain in my left temple. They went away after coffee, returned later in the day and then for awhile became a steady dull headach. Now, on the same day the little bolts of pain are in my left eye. What could this be.
I am Siva, I have been experiancing seviour headache on my upper right eye, for sure I will have headache atleast once in a week, since 10years. I have consulted many doctors and have been on pain killers, which I hate to be.
Hi Doc, I have been experience from time to time but occasionally acute pai below left eyebrow in the last 15 days. The pain lasts for a couple of minutes and disappear lay. When it pains, it pains acutely and every for that two minutes. I have been duagonised for partial nasal blockage and I am undergoing a surgery for deviated nasal soetuum and clearing the blockage. Is thus pain attributable to the sinus and that issue. Will it go off after the surgery? Thanks Kar
Hi there, well my problem seems to be after consulting my eye specialist doctor, about pain in my right eye only at the corner on right side it feels like in the back of the eye, it makes my eye lid feel heavy and closes up at times, I do not have headaches just a throbbing behind eye very irritating, my doctor said I have what`s called sinus behind the eye? So he prescribed two types of eye drops to help, my eye does not close over completely okay, but it is like it feels my eye wants to close up. I had cataract operation 2 year ago, all has been good since, and I wear reading glasses when need to, but I am deaf and I had a bit of trouble understanding exactly afterward what he is on about, as I can only relate sinus problem! usually to deal with nasal, hayfever, or been a drug habit! But I don t take drugs as in like being a junkie! . So it is something that has come about out of the blue with me, I am 65 y/ old, but I have had a sinus problem in my life, but never been told about it being related to the eye? So can you explain a bit just what it is actually, I do not strain my eyes over a computer or game pads okay. I take the eye drops for a couple of weeks I think until bottle is empty. People say to me I suffer bad headaches or migraines, no I don t. But I am a bi-polar schizophrenic. Hope you can follow this, as I don t really know how to say it any other way. The eye doctor did test and this is what he said I have, a sinus in corner of right eye . Thank you doctor for your time, Yours Ted Tranter, Albury Australia.
I want to talk to a ophthalmologist with referencer to lasik eye corrective surgery. What criteria are required and what are the risks of the same. What kind of surge are available (lasik or something else too or are there diff kinds of lasik,...