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... Hello, Yes i was about to see a eye doctor but great news since 2 days ago my vision as come back 100%. It took 10 days and obviously i was getting a bit worried. I did think that maybe it was just my vision starting to go with age and nothing to do with the projector beam but then again thats when i noticed it. Thankfully it was only temporary but i will make sure i dont... (2 replies)
... Then wash the face as usual with plain water. ... (0 replies)
... I had the same problem with flashing lights last year. I know how terrifying it is . The doctor explained to me that as we age (I am 54) for some people the gel at the back of the eye detaches and that is what causes the light. After the gel has detached and shrivelled up the light flash should also stop. Sure enough after the light stop the eye doctor told me that the gel had... (3 replies)

... saying it looks good. They seem stumped about the light, and have run out of tests to run. It started when I got a huge floater in my eye. There was bleeding as that one healed, but they assure me it is all healed and everything looks good. I just keep worrying the light is signifying something that they are missing. ... (3 replies)
... Flashing light means the gel at the back of your eye is clumping or shrivelling up. you have to keep checking with your eye doctor because as the gel clumps up it can scratch the retina which could cause problems (3 replies)
... I have had RK, Lasik and cataract surgery in my right eye. I have started developing floaters as well as clouding of my new lens. I have been to my ophthalmologist several times. Each time she says my retina is fine, and schedules a time for me to come back. ... (3 replies)
... person as soon as you can is a wise decision. They are there to help you as well as they can with the least discomfort as possible. Hang in there! ... (2 replies)
... By nearsighted I just meant have you worn glasses most of your life as that can sometimes cause bleeding in the back of the eye which will then leave a scar. ... (6 replies)
Rheumatic fever
Jan 19, 2016
... allergic to penicillin. finished the course last Monday, last Thursday the infection came back, and started antibiotics again on sunday. clarithromycin as the ethromycin didn't work. ... (0 replies)
Lacrimal sac cyst
Jan 11, 2016
... A year ago, they incidentally found a lesion laterally adjacent to my right globe on an MRI of my brain done for other reasons. I saw an ocular plastic, and he said it was mostly likely a cyst that may have been there for years and may never cause problems. I put it out of my mind and went on with my life. A few months ago, I started having right eye pain and blurry vision... (0 replies)
... It sounds like an eye floater, protein flecks that form as our eyes age casting a shadow on the retina. These are common and generally nothing to worry about but a check by an eye doctor won't hurt. ... (1 replies)
Jan 9, 2016
... Instead, after years of wearing hard contacts, I got to where my vision was just as good without the lenses as it was while wearing them. ... (0 replies)
... For quite a few years now, I found that when I go outside on a snowy day, the snow seems to vigorously shimmer with what might be described as television static. Unlike television static, there is no darkness, just white and whiter. ... (2 replies)
... It sounds like his macula is detached (off), as that is in the middle of the eye (roughly)... and once that has detached the visual outcome isn't so good. I'm sure I read somewhere that waiting a week after the macula is off doesn't have much or any effect. The gas bubble does press the retina back in to place, so that would be why he saw better previously -- or maybe the... (10 replies)
... vice! Basically I have a squidgy type lump in the aspect of the lateral part of my left eye , some days it feels circular other days like a worm like shape, it's as if it is rubbing on the back of my eyeball sometimes! ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for the advice and support. All I know is that at the emergency the person said that the detachement is towards the middle of the retina so in his case waiting another week won't make a difference... Right now my dad doesn't see much with his eye, while during the gas bubble he saw more... I guess maybe it's because the gas bubble was pressuring the retina so the... (10 replies)
... Hello, Just wondering if someone can give me some advice. I was born with cataracts (one eye was worse than the other). I am 31 and about 10 years ago I had one removed (the worse one) The surgery didn't go to brilliantly and I had a bit of a bad time with stitches (there was no record of me having these stitches so they were left in my eye for longer than they should... (0 replies)
... I feel ive always been able to see my nose as an adult, I got the impression it was because it was rather large. ... (3 replies)
... Yeah we called a few days ago, he went to emergency, he has a detachement :( he will see his doctor in a few days as it was the holidays and the person said there's no extra danger in waiting another week :( The person at the emergency said that they usually do silicone for recurrent detachments, but we will see what the doctor saids :( i'm trying to read about silicone but... (10 replies)
Jan 3, 2016
... all my symptoms match exactly as well as pictures of the eyelash crusting. I have it in both eyes with the same symptoms which makes it being a temporary infection very unlikely. ... (2 replies)

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