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... when I was 38 yrs. old. My right eye is forming another cataract now. Of course, the first thing that everyone asks is "are you diabetic" which I am not. Also, I have never had an injury to either eye. ... (5 replies)
... cataracts in both eyes, but after the problem with right eye cataract removal I distrust any prognosis that assures me of better vision after another cataract surgery....since I am living proof that no one can guarantee me a positive outcome. ... (15 replies)
... i'm probably quite a bit older than you, so as a child, optometrists were not so familiar with lazy eye and they prescribed glasses hoping it would correct vision, but never did. needless to say...when i had to start seeing a specialist and this is quite a few years ago, he told me amblyopia was the case and it should have been corrected with a patch over the opposite eye,... (15 replies)

... Apparently, I have the early signs of a cataract forming in my right eye but it could be several years before it becomes necessary to operate. ... (15 replies)
... have to worry about Glaucoma. I know steroids can cause Cataracts too, but given my options, it would not be the worst thing in the world to me if I had to have Cataract surgery at an early age. But so far my eyes look perfect as far as that goes. ... (19 replies)
... d each other. I haven't found any support groups or anything like that out there. I never really thought about it much, although the drs always told me from an early age to avoid contact sports, and anything that might cause a hard knock to the head. ... (13 replies)
Cataract formation
Feb 28, 2004
... I had cataract surgery on both eyes, 3 mos apart, 2 years ago at age 65. The outcome was wonderful! On my right eye, it was like there was a streak of cloud in front of it. I had no noticeable symptoms on the l. ... (9 replies)
... get "used to them" but on a clear day they stand in the way of everything and there is no way to accurately explain them to anyone. If they become worse after cataract surgery, well let just say the entire field of vision will be nothing but floaters and it will be quite challenging. ... (66 replies)
Blepharitis Help
May 21, 2010
... One unfortunate side affect of the drops was I ended up with fast acting cataracts at the age of 47. My opthamologist perfomed a cataract procedure on both my eyes at the same time ... because of my condition, I was a high risk for infection. Thankfully, the operation was a success. ... (37 replies)
... It does seemthat you have a lazy eye - known medically as an amblyopic eye. This simply means that your brain has given up trying to get a clear picture from that eye so the eye just delivers the minimum of information and that means a blurred, out of focus image. The reason for that is double vision in early childhood due to strabismus (misaligned eyes). Now, is that what you... (13 replies)
... Boots, Syclone, about the possible adverse side effects of using those drops too long. I was afraid of them, even when my opthalmologist who did my cataract surgery said, "But you'll be monitored by a doctor. ... (27 replies)
... for macula's, and there will be prescriptions that aren't yet approved, but surely will be by they time you'll need them. You're lucky, imo, to know about it so early and you'll be taking care of it. Yes, there are vitamins, with luitene, etc. ... (14 replies)
... d after dye injection, as well as a head MRI. The retina and optic nerve appear healthy to all that have examined me. Doctors see slight evidence of a cortical cataract but most dismiss it as possibly being a factor considering the symptoms and slightness of cataract. ... (11 replies)
... My dad was nearsighted in his teens through the age when presbyopia hits. ... (5 replies)

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