... Perhaps you had an optical migraine. As you'd had a neuritis condition of the optic nerve before, best to see an ophthalmologist to get this checked out. ... (5 replies)
... Also I'm still really curious if other people such as yourself have these self moving floaters,can't find anything on the web that answers this question. ... (5 replies)
... Your cough and cigarettes are more than likely connected. This is very common and referred to as a smokers cough. However, since you smoke it's always a good idea to have your cough evaluated especially if it continues. ... (5 replies)
... I'm left dumbfounded at what happened,also a little bit scared as I heard that a friend of mine also had a problem with floaters and it was some serious stuff. ... (5 replies)
... Since no one can look directly at one's own brow and sides of the face except in a mirror, they appear as shadowy spots. ... (3 replies)
... Basically, these are the problems:
Whenever I look upwards, I see two dark patches (corresponding with each eye), as if something is putting pressure on the eyes. When I look to the extreme side and move my head from right to left, I see something similar.
I find this patch difficult to describe, but I think it's pretty similar to the dark/bright shape that appears on... (3 replies)
... So being able to see my nose at all times came across as an issue when I discovered it about two years ago. It drove me crazy, two transparent noses always in front of my eyes. ... (0 replies)
... Be sure that you are seeing a good medical doctor for this as this can be a sign of a retinal tear... ... (3 replies)
... It is recommended that you go every year especially as you get older simply because eye diseases can often be found or even caught and treated before turning into worse problems. ... (2 replies)
... A choroidal nevus is similar to a large freckle or mole found on the skin. Most choroidal nevi are approximately the same size as the optic disk (optic nerve head that enters the eye) and typically exhibit a rounded or oval shape. A choroidal nevus is essentially a benign tumor of the choroid composed of melanocytes. Melanocytes are melanin (pigment) producing cells located... (1 replies)
... at Walmart, has been working as well as the Genteal Sever gel drops had. My Ophthalmologist says the only difference is in the preservative. ... (6 replies)
... The doctors suspected I may have had an eye stroke as this was the last thing to rule out. ... (0 replies)
... Sounds like you need a bit of PRK to touch that up as obviously that refractive error will not leave you with good distance vision. ... (1 replies)
... to help with dry eye and allergic conjunctivitis and wondered if I should use the drops as usual before the exam. Is there any problem with using the drops i.e. will they affect my ability to focus and invalidate the visual accuity test? ... (1 replies)
... gery said that they can understand why I am concerned. My surgeon suggests that the outcome is within the acceptable range. The surgeon provided a prescription as noted above. It almost seems like they had in stock IOL's to use. I am not sure what to think and do not have access to experts like you. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks, will do. Would an optometrist not be able to spot a problem with my eyes though? As they took photos of the inside and did pressure/light tests? (3 replies)
... I think a visit with an ophthalmologist would be the next step. I think the presence of floaters in an 18 year old should be checked out, as with your other complaints, by an eye doctor not an optometrist. If you need a referral for this to happen, go back to SpecSavers and request one. ... (3 replies)
... This medication is used to treat certain eye conditions due to inflammation or injury. Fluorometholone works by relieving symptoms such as swelling, redness, and itching. It belongs to a class of drugs known as corticosteroids. ... (7 replies)
... My left eye is is worse than my right in prescription and they seem to be getting worse as well. ... (3 replies)
... I wanted to address this yesterday but forgot to.
I was told the same thing by my Ophthalmologist as you (the Dr. can numb the eye and stick the cyst with a pin to drain it) The Ophthalmic surgeon told me doing that would accomplish nothing and he does not recommend and will not do it.
The only way to hopefully permanently get rid of a cyst is to have it surgically... (7 replies)