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... no pain. Surgeons have tools to maintain the eye open but you won't be aware of it at all as they'll open the eye when you're unconscious. ... (1 replies)
... elial Debridement, but they said no. For this procedure there would be no option to stay in the hospital. But I imagine that I will be in a ton of pain afterward as well as unable to open my eyes. I might even be a risk to myself. ... (1 replies)
... Hello, I'm 51 years old and for about a month now I have had a circular blurry spot in the middle of my vision in one eye, and within the blurry spot there are tiny horizontal zig-zag lines that seem to wiggle slightly. This occurs when I focus on something for more than about 20 minutes (reading, stitchwork, beading, etc) My ophthalmologist did a thorough exam and says my... (0 replies)

Eye Floaters
Jun 29, 2017
... I have bits of black thread that my brain now ignores (most of the time) I did once have what looked like a shower of little bright bits when looking at the computer screen...also in the bedroom in the dark I had what seemed like lightening episodes I did have a visit to the Hospital eye dept who told me I had nothing to worry about, but to come back if it happened again... (1 replies)
... I'm 19 and have just finished my first year at uni. For the past 5 years I've had constant vision issues and I am just at a complete loss as to what is wrong with me and where to go from here. ... (0 replies)
... or continual ones follow their pattern based on movement of my eye. Some days they're more noticeable than others. One is like a net that falls but disappears as my eye is fixed. ... (1 replies)
Purple Vein in Eye
Jun 22, 2017
... About a week ago I had a ich in my eye after iching I felt a really bad burn like when you scratch your eye, well I looked in the mirror and had a purple vein in the corner. After a day it went away but as of 3-4 days ago it has surfaced again. It is only slightly irritating I have just bought eye drops which seem to be not doing much. Here is a picture... (0 replies)
... years later and my right eye is no better. It is as said above, but I believe the blink in my right eye is slower. I have seen two eye doctors on the NHS. ... (4 replies)
... Hi.. I have a lazy eye as well. There are eye exercises that could help strengthen the muscles of the eye...which could help regarding maintaining focus. ... (1 replies)
... Hi all... I am 41 years old and I have a lazy left eye. As a child, I used to have to frequently attend the eye hospital, and wear a patch on my right eye, though I don't think it did much good really. ... (1 replies)
... e told me to just keep it in the refrigerator, so I still do that. However, I'm more careful of how I store it so that the uncovered tip doesn't touch anything as I don't want it contaminated. Also, I take it out when ready to use and immediately put it back after inserting in my eye. ... (2 replies)
Asymmetrical eye
Jun 6, 2017
... There are cosmetic lines such as MAC who offer make up done etc. ... (6 replies)
Asymmetrical eye
Jun 5, 2017
... up. There is an art to application just as there is how to dress to minimise or hide flaws in our bodies. ... (6 replies)
... I've been prescribed one drop on an eye a day. They sell Zioptan in what they call as one time use vials. They put more than one drop in the vial so there always are remaining Zioptan in the vial. ... (2 replies)
Asymmetrical eye
Jun 5, 2017
... at exactly matter is.but my one eye looks bigger thn then other one.right eye is hooded and left eye is round shape.sometime my right eye tends to look too close as compare to the left is prominent in pictures as i got to know it also when i saw my pictures. ... (6 replies)
... vision is off to point can't read the bottom 2 lines on the chart. It's giving me headaches as I try to focus on things at a distance. Anyone familiar with this? ... (0 replies)
... related and is the dry type. As the previous poster stated start taking eye vitamin supplements and check your eyes with an Amsler grid. You mentioned CMT. ... (3 replies)
... I would get an appointment for a second opinion with an Ophthalmologist as soon as possible. I wouldn't rely on an optician or General Practitioner to know much at all unless they just happen to have personal experience. Really, change doctors. ... (1 replies)
... ave a tear gland above AND below the eye. I do not know however if it is possible to get that same lump under the eye. Maybe it is not a blocked gland but a stye as a result of the preexisting problems? ... (1 replies)
... Sometimes bumps inside an eyelid are an indication of allergy. It's best to see an ophthalmologist rather than an optometrist as they have greater knowledge about eye conditions. ... (2 replies)

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