... in my life. I am lucky to have great visin. However, they put in this VERY yellow drop into each eye to test my pressure. ... (1 replies)
... Turns out that I had an arterial blockage on the left side of my neck. Brain was drawing blood away from the left eye causing the problem. Ended up having vascular surgery to correct the blockage and afterwards, the problems with teh left eye disappeared. ... (1 replies)
... out condition in my left eye only, almost like looking thru a slightly opaque screen. ... (1 replies)
... Some peoples eye 'whites' (sclera) are just that, pretty white and clear. I'm wondering why mine aren't. I'm not positive if when I was younger it was different but I'm pretty sure they were rather clear when I was in my pre-teens at least.
Is there some natural things I can do to improve their opacity, I find mine to be a bit 'yellowish' in spots with thin red viens... (3 replies)
... One thing which I do routinely now is use an MGD eye bag every single night, or a hot moist compress to allow the eyelids to drain. ... (1 replies)
... I am an American student studying in Italy right now and before I left I developed a reoccurring eye problem. ... (2 replies)
... gray discoloration in the whites of my eyes, as if there is an ring around my iris, but it's not close to the iris, its more to the side. I also have a headache to go with it. ... (0 replies)
... Again it is on the whites of her eye not the iris or pupil and only in one spot. ... (2 replies)
... If it does not clear up in a couple of days call the doctor , but I have had that done by the retina spealist . It should clear up though , but keep a check on it . not to worry though .
All the best .
Jena (1 replies)
... My boss used to always ask me if there was something wrong because the red rims (and, in my case, the whites too) made it look like I was crying.
I use Refresh Plus eye drops in the little single-use ampules that don't have any preservatives. They help with dryness, which contributes to the redness.
I also used eyelid "scrubs" for awhile that the opthalmologist recommended.... (1 replies)
... Christy, my lasik eye doctor said I have sun damage in my eyes too. And that's what's causing my chronic red eyes. ... (8 replies)
... my situation may pertain to yours...there are some similarities... but there are things about your situation that also throw me a bit. I have pingeculas in each eye which cause eye irritation and redness. ... (8 replies)
... My eye is looking better everyday now. It is becoming less red and more pink. The doctor said it looks great and a lot better than most other patients, which is good. ... (7 replies)
... thanks for posting about your surgery. Hope you're healing fast and feeling well. You must be so glad the surgery is over with. How is your eye doing? ... (7 replies)
... my eyes. no pain at all. sometimes i feel like i look for things to worry about! what makes things like this appear on the whites of the eyes? ... (0 replies)
... and I am glad that I did it. If you are going to have it done I would definantly suggest taking time off work, because when I took the patch off this morning my eye was all black and blue and very red. But I am already noticing more moisture. ... (7 replies)
... I think that's great you made the decision to do something about your pinguecula. I'm sure the surgery will go fine. I've heard good things about Harvard Eye and the procedure they use. Please let me know how things go. ... (7 replies)
... ever, the opthamologist I was seeing seems to disagree and not really care about all the agony this is causing me. He told me it would just come back and make my eye more dry. For the past year or so my eyes have been almost constantly irritated and the pingueculum are getting worse and worse. ... (7 replies)
... This has been driving me crazy for the past month now. The whites of my right eye are red and the left eye is perfectly fine. It is pretty obvious, my family keeps asking me what happened to my eye. I'm just concerned since it's been a month. ... (1 replies)
... Your optometrist was right (shame on your doctor for calling the opto stupid). I'm 99.9% positive you have pingueculae - search the net and you'll find thousands of references. They are indeed caused by dryness and sun damage, and are very common. The redness is due to inflammation. I have them in both eyes, but only the left was inflamed at one point. My optometrist suggested... (7 replies)