... Hi I was just wondering if anyone could give me some information as I have got an eye infection called keratitis caused by contact lenses and just wanted to ask if I could ever wear contact lenses again after it had cleared up ? ... (0 replies)
... Things like this can be perfectly normal with aging, or they can indicate a problem such as a tear in your retina, which can be serious. You didnt have any head injuries in the past few months, did you? ... (2 replies)
... r. it has something to do with light entering my eye causing this. Other times I will look into the mirror and in the same spot i can see what looks like a flare as if i just looked at a camera flash or something of that nature. ... (6 replies)
... Hello, I was curious if your symptoms have gone away or if you still have them. I have very similar things going on as you are mentioning and i wondered if you have found anything out. Mine started a week ago. ... (1 replies)
... g of the lenses, the activation of the case takes care of the cleaning. And I think the lenses have to sit in the case for 6 hours, which is not a problem for me as I take them out at night before sleep. ... (11 replies)
... this happened to me before. I described it as if someone smeared vaseline on my eyes. The fix is to put in lots of eye drops and close your eyes. I did this for about an hour and it cleared up my vision. ... (1 replies)
... cloudy that it feels so awkward to leave both eyes open cause what they are both seeing are drastically different. It's as if my left eye is looking through water or glass. In the hopes of letting it heal itself, I left it closed all day while trying to get some rest. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for your reply cathy.
I thought i'd give a further update. I have had a few contact lens checkups since. I was prescribed a lens which allows more oxygen to the eyes. However, these didn't seem to help. After another contact lens test the optician actually said that my prescription in my right eye should be .25 lower (unfortunately this is not possible in my lenses)... (11 replies)
... Hi! So I recently purchased some red colored contacts prescribed, from AClens to wear for Halloween, as well as a cosplay I'm planning on doing. I'm a first time contact wearer, never had vision problems so these are purely for cosmetic purposes. ... (0 replies)
... Really glad to hear that it works for you, I will have to try this myself as I'm really struggling to find something that will get my condition under control. Fingers crossed! ... (5 replies)
... yo ride of it clearing up only to come back as soon as I stop the steroids. But I've been told by three specialist that it has now cleared up, however my vision is worse than ever. ... (0 replies)
... They may be a little bit personal but, its to help others understand some daily struggles as a person with low or no vision. No names necessary either. ... (0 replies)
... I was confused as my left eye is worse yet the right has a stronger prescription. I tried asking but all he said were they canceled out each other. He refused to explain further. ... (0 replies)
... My hubby has allergies that affect his nose and eyes, his eyes itch all the time he has allergy drops. As I said before you can get tiny plugs to block your tear ducts so you hold onto ur tears longer. Ask about that. ... (11 replies)
... After a month of waiting (because they couldn't get my prescription in dailies until november) I have been given monthly lenses to try. These lenses are Air Optix so allow more oxygen to the eye. However, I'm still getting the issues of dry eyes, discomfort and eventual headaches.
I don't know what it can be and it's drying me crazy. I don't experience this when wearing my... (11 replies)
... Hi, I'm worried sick about a some things:
Ok, so if I look up I can see black like when I partially shut my eye (but not as much black)
And if I look extreme left or extreme right, I can see black too, not much of it really, but after googling things I am scared.
I've been to an optician recently, and they didn't find anything, but I didn't necessarily mention this.... (0 replies)
... I had cataract surgery 8 months ago. I was considered "high risk" due to my previous eye disease/surgery. It went extremely well.
Yes, there are numerous eye drops associated with this surgery. Two before surgery and 2 or 3 after surgery, as well as no aspirin for 1-2 weeks prior. Lots more, however her doctor will go over it with both of you.
Your mothers case sounds... (1 replies)
... Any ideas as why this happened? ... (2 replies)
... August posts as well as those of others on this board. ... (1 replies)
... My Retina Specialist thought he saw some fluid during last exam. He wanted to inject Eylea into the eye, which has always been diagnosed as dry AMD. Would the injection cause any problem if what I have is still dry? ... (0 replies)