... that felt very much like a stye had gone away. Note that I have blepharitis in this eye but I treat it everyday with 2 10 minute applications of a warm compress as well as washing it with baby shampoo. ... (0 replies)
... and is it permanent?! because I had LASIK 2 weeks ago and I'm scared starbursts won't go away. how long is it since you had your LASIK procedure? (3 replies)
... The vision in my right eye is not as sharp as it is in my left eye, when I try reading something placed away I can see it clearly with my left eye, unlike the right one, it feels something like astigmatism! ... (0 replies)
... I did a test this morning. I wore my glasses while driving to work, the prescription is at least 4 years old, the ghosting was not as severe as when I wear my contacts, which are current. ... (1 replies)
... s occurs in both eyes. Close either and the ghost is still there. Doesn't matter if I'm wearing my glasses or contacts. For the longest time I have pushed it off as blurred vision, but it seems to have gotten worse, and that's when I noticed it. I have seen an ophthalmologist and my optometrist. ... (1 replies)
... I had blepharitis for about 5 years, about 2 years after I started wearing contacts. i think the contacts made it worse along with dry eye. The Restasis never did work very well. Never any bad pain with my blepharitis, just irritation, redness on the edges, and dry eyes.
I am happy to say that my eyes feel much better now and I am back in contacts comfortably. The home... (6 replies)
... After you did the blephex, did you wear contacts afterwards as right now? ... (6 replies)
... Lasik gave me starbursts. If you are worried then do not get lasik as starbursts are a risk of the procedure (3 replies)
... age board that someone had success using eye wash that you can buy at any store in the eye section. This makes sense because eye wash rinses contain boric acid as an ingredient. I stopped using wet ones. Changed the procedure to incorporate the rinse and it worked. ... (6 replies)
... Hello last night around 945 pm i had a fluorescein eye stain test as i had an accident at work i believed i may have got something in my eye. However after the test this proved to not be the case. ... (0 replies)
... I using wet ones and it seems to help a bit but it doesn't seem to work as well as when i started it. ... (6 replies)
... Well the LRI corrected the astigmatism in my left eye but not my right. My vision isn't as sharp in my right eye also. I was having a lot of glare in my right eye so I had the YAG laser procedure due to a secondary cataract in that eye. ... (3 replies)
... hts in both eyes. I see them all the time. I see them less when I ignore them. I know that is hard to do, but for me it is the only way to cope with it. I am 58, as you grow older the fluid in the back of the eyes gets less firm and jiggles against the retina. ... (5 replies)
... Anyone, please help. This happens mostly when I blink, but now when I go into a room with light change it happens as well. Please help!! ... (5 replies)
... Anyone, please help. This happens mostly when I blink, but now when I go into a room with light change it happens as well. Please help!! ... (30 replies)
... Hello,I would like to ask if anyone one of you ever heard about this,I have been thought by doctor that I have MG myasthenia gravis as the constant droopy of my left eye's upper lid but I felt it is something more than that when I conduct a trad. ... (0 replies)
... of the laser treatment on the periphery during the vitrectomy surgery. Frankly, I still have my lingering doubts, but so long as it does not bother my vision, I will accept it. If somebody else has any answers to its cause, please let me know. ... (10 replies)
... opthalmologist many years ago and was just reassured I had nothing seriously wrong with me. As I had already done all the tests this specialist had already wanted me to do, there was nothing else to be tested for to get a diagnosis. ... (2 replies)
... My eyes have been getting progressively more bloodshot as I get older and from what I've been reading recently I think this may be due to them not getting enough oxygen. ... (0 replies)
... My husband has varifocals/multifocals and he has never gotten used to the image distortion on the periphery of his vision. He however has learnt to adjust and moves his head instead of his eyes when looking to the side.
I only need near and distance sight, no intermediate so I thought bifocals would be the easier, and cheaper, option.
I still think I am going to get used... (8 replies)