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... Hello everyone, lovely to be here among other's who share similar symptoms, and hope I can help someone as well in time :-) I am so desperate. For 5 years now if not longer I had head cold and infection and then flew 18 hours before it cleared up. that is when it all started. Since then I have had daily headaches of the migraine type pain...fuzzy lights zigzags out of... (0 replies)
... and this strange distorted perception issue I have as these constant symptoms also have a marked impact on my concentration levels. ... (0 replies)
... are able or crazy enough even willing to help when your health situation isn't just a quick test and fix as they love to just pass you off to their specialist friend. ... (3 replies)

... out my eye issue, and he said it just happens and asked how frequently it happened. He seemed surprised the twitching off and on all day, but still dismissed it as stress. ... (0 replies)
... o treats it. The problem is the glasses are not doing the job anymore. My eyes are blurry and I can't see at a distance and had to stop driving, hard to watch TV as I can't even see the scroll down menu too well and I still have some double vision and it distorts the picture. ... (0 replies)
... center of my eye. The surgeon says the "wrinkle" or fluid is as big as the end of a mechanical pencil, and the reason I see how I see is because that fluid is in the center of my vision. ... (27 replies)
... Hi vitcat2, Thank you for taking the time to reply -- I'm not sure which surgery my consultant was thinking about, the ERM removal or the ILM peel. I've had an OCT scan done, and there is a lot of jaggedness on there, and possibly an ERM, but that's just my guessing from what appeared to me to be a hair over part of the scan. I don't have copies of my scan (wish I'd sneaked... (27 replies)
... Internal Limiting Membrane, which is on top of the retina, or can be considered as the "outermost" part of the retina itself in touch with the vitreous humor. ... (27 replies)
... etrist 5 months ago for the eye strain and they said my eyes were fine besides a slight prescription, which i have had glasses for but never worn since 8th grade as my actual vision isn't bad at all. ... (3 replies)
... ess the waviness is in both eyes, or, really, really bothers you, there is no reason to look for a cure. The alternative is a pretty delicate and risky operation as given below. ... (27 replies)
... I'm still at the "wait and see" stage, so I don't know if I will actually need the surgery, but my consultant did mention surgery as a possible means to try and fix the waviness if it doesn't go away by itself. ... (27 replies)
... I'm not sure if this is my eyes going bad or neurological issues? Current issue: only time I don't think I notice this is when looking outside driving rc car (requires good amount of head movement) riding in the car, tv, computer screens... right now as I look at the wall above my monitor its kinda flashing/vibrating, and when I say flashing it kinda gets bright, then... (1 replies)
Red eyes
Aug 20, 2014
... ment with an eye doctor and he told me that's eyes was irritated. He told me to just put a artificial tear in it for two weeks and see if anything changes. I did as he said and nothing changed. What bothers is when I wake up in the morning they are blood shot red and when I get out the shower they turn red. Plz help. ... (1 replies)
... i work in an office with a computer, spreadsheets, numbers etc and I struggle most days. My problems usually arent as bad at home, however it can takes weeks before I have no headaches and then they are back quickly. ... (3 replies)
... Hi As per my personal opinion and experience ,Monofocal is better than multifocal lens. but with LenSX procedure . All the best (5 replies)
... because I have the impression that most people choose it in order to get as close as possible to eyeware independance and are willing to make a series of compromises to do so? ... (5 replies)
... and continuing with antiviral pills. The pain is gone, the redness in my eye went away, but this time my vision did not return. The doctor believe it's permanent as the scar lies directly in the center of my visual field. ... (0 replies)
... bursts. My wife had LRI in both eyes to correct her severe astigmatism. Mind you she was fine with glasses or contacts. This procedure was touted as a permanent fix for eliminating glasses. In most countries she would be considered blind without glasses. Anyway her vision has gotten worst with the procedure. ... (4 replies)
CSR in both eyes
Aug 4, 2014
... I will be quick as I'm at work at present. ... (0 replies)
... You may have damaged some retinal or macula cells, which connect to the optic nerve. A general ophthalmologist or optometrist are not as skilled at examining the retina. ... (3 replies)




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