... months. She is in a total panic about it and sadly, we don't think we have enough info to make the decision.... My mother is terrified of going blind in one eye as she seems to worry, for some reason, that her remaining good eye will suffer the same fate in a few years. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, you should try something like Theratears liquidgel eye drops which are formulated for nighttime use as they are thicker than regular eyedrops and sit on your eye while your eyes is closed to lubricate while you sleep. ... (1 replies)
... I had my surgery December 9, 2014. I did not have any problems, and I am awaiting scheduling for the other eye. In regard to MCS, I have been diagnosed as a Universal Reactor by 2 different physicians, 25 years apart, both times at the height of illness. ... (4 replies)
... I'm also an MCS sufferer (diagnosed in 1989 after 12 years of working in a research lab) and I have been putting off cataract surgery for nearly 8 years because the doctor who diagnosed me told me I should avoid implants of any kind and because I cannot get good answers from anyone on this.
I will share what the eye surgeon I consulted with (Stahl Vision in Dayton, OH)... (4 replies)
... Did you ever find out what was wrong?? I am having the same exact problems, and my depth perception feels way off. (3 replies)
... I was recently diagnosed with early stage macular degeneration. I'm petrified! I'm taking the AREDS2 vitamins and with that I'm taking Omega3's Fish Oil, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin D. I'm trying to eat right. Lots of leafy green veggies, yellow and orange peppers and watching my fat intake.
My goal is to remain in the early stage and halt progression. I'm looking into... (0 replies)
... have some grocery store drops for itchy eyes I think are just about as good. c so current Dr. ofc gives me samples, and I also have drops from grocery store, just about as good. ... (7 replies)
... My tertible itching have nothing to do with allergy. It's due to a very dry eyes and Blepharitis as a result. ... (7 replies)
... My son was diagnosed with congenital fourth nerve palsy at 1 years old. He needed surgery and it fixed his head tilt, and diplopia. He no longer head tilts and his pupils are beautifully settled in the middle of the eyes when looking straight ahread. We were finally able to have a photo of him for our holiday card where he was finally able to look normal.
It's been a year... (0 replies)
... I also have Blepharitis because of dry eyes. I experience same symptoms as you do. ... (7 replies)
I was diagnosed with Blepharitis based on only few symptoms: itchy dry eyes, slightly puffy lids. My Dr put me on Restesis and all symptoms disapeared. I had never had flakiness or crust either.
I will have to be on Restesis for the rest of my life. As long as i dont have to wake up in a middle of the night with itchy eyes - i will use this great product.
Good... (1 replies)
... cataract surgery as a result. ... (0 replies)
... for a few days there's someone covering for emergencies. See if you can have the covering doctor call you to discuss your problem and hopefully give you advice as to stopping or continuing the drug. ... (1 replies)
... I can see ok with it. It is just that it feels as if there is a film over it and I keep rubbing the eye to get rid of it. It also feel as if the blurriness raises from the bottom eye lid. ... (0 replies)
... Next day i went to an opthamologist and one of the nurses dilated my eyes with a dropper. I don't think the dropper is a disposable dropper as it was in those glass amber vials and from what I can tell, the same one was used on all the patients. ... (0 replies)
... Hello, I'm new to this forum but hopeful that someone will be able to offer some advice.
About two months ago, I slept in my makeup. As has happened in the past, I woke up with very puffy (upper) eyelids. I threw out that makeup and restocked with hypoallergenic eyeliner and mascara. Still, the puffy eyes persisted. For the last three weeks, I have gone makeup free.... (1 replies)
... last nightish, I was looking in the mirror, as i've been noticing a discoloration in my eye ? ... (0 replies)
... Hi Everyone,
I'm fairly sure that my eyes have been this way for as long as I can remember (I am currently 21), however, someone recently pointed out to me that my eyes protrude farther out than my brow bone does. Is this normal?
Image of eye and brow bone: http://tinyurl.com/mhembe2
I am short-sighted (myopic) in both eyes, and my eyes tend to be on the dry side. My... (0 replies)
... estion and was wondering if any of you can help with an answer. I've been having some weird things happening with my eyes. I'm experiencing a change in my vision as well as experiencing some "flashing lights" in the periphery of my eyes. ... (0 replies)
... After a hard week at work as a delivery driver i have spasms in my chest, I thought it was my heart. I got very weak, on a couple of occasions nearly passed out and couldn't breath. ... (0 replies)