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... It really depends on a lot of things. I do not know about the disorder they diagnosed you with. However, with dilation, if you have blue eyes your vision can stay blurred longer. Also, it really depends on the type of drop and how many drops they used. I had to be put on dilation drops for a bit. ... (1 replies)
... I have been to the doctor yesterday and she administered pupil dilation drugs to both my eyes and without waiting for 30 minutes examined my eyes and diagnosed as Peripheral retinal cystic degeneration and said that there was nothing to do about it. ... (1 replies)
... w weeks ago for a check up. I told my doctor that for a few years now I have had trouble seeing out of one eye in the dark. He checked it and found out one of my eyes was not dilating properly. I was referred to a neurologist and am waiting test results. What would cause uneven pupil dilation? ... (2 replies)

... Not smart. (2 replies)
... e times at night when I was laying in bed without my contacts in of course or my glasses on that my vision seemed a bit... off. It's very hard to explain. It's not that my vision is impaired in my right eye, but something feels different. I noticed it again today after I took my glasses off to get in the shower. ... (0 replies)
Erosion of Cornea
Jan 26, 2006
... oh yeah, has anyone heard of using dilating drops for this? ... (61 replies)
... I've been to an eye doctor who examined my eyes by dilating them and having a peek inside. ... (0 replies)
... Now I also take Occuvites, Retinavites, Vitamin E and Zinc, Ginko Biloba, which are not only good for aging memory but also for eyes, and Bilberry. ... (33 replies)
... er of me. So I went for my routine eye exam the other day and they asked if I wanted one of their newer test that can take a picture of the whole eye instead of dilating my pupils. The woman said it will be a 29 fee since the insurance will only pay for a certain amount. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for your response. I'm just about positive that he didn't use dilating drops on my eyes because my vision was not affected afterwards at all. Plus after he put the drops in for the Glaucoma test he examined my eyes right away. ... (18 replies)
... about the double vision but his secretary advised the problem was due to the dilating eye drops and my eye should settle. ... (10 replies)
... Sounds like another disgruntled ophthalmologist doing everything he can to degrade optometry. The statement about an optometrist not having the expertise is blatantly false. I don't know what "expertise" he has to see that an optometrist doesn't. Dilating drops and a BIO? ... (15 replies)
... and posterior vitreous detachment in both eyes, but he didn't mention either of these when he was discussing the findings with me. He only told me that I had dry eyes from some of my meds and also flecks in my lenses that they normally see in people with muscular dystrophy. He advised me to return for another exam in a year. ... (0 replies)
... is achieved and pupil constriction does not occur in response to light. ... (2 replies)
... computer. Around that time developed floaters in both my eyes. Immediately went to an eye doctor and learned that eye floaters are irreversible and was also told not to worry about it. Needless to say I was flabbergasted to know that I would have to live all my life with this pesky things polluting my vision. ... (1 replies)
... Eagle : This was posted at the beginning of this Thread. I feel it may be worth repeating for your understanding of postier capsule opacity. Eyes (7 replies)
... of the eye. The condition of posterior capsule opacity is not preventable, but fortunately, is treatable and nearly always restores or improves vision. ... (7 replies)
... It's good that you are not alone. ... (4 replies)
... I wouldn't worry about being dependent on the plugs Michelle. If you are, you are. It's not terrible, if they help you. It's good that your insurance will pay for it. Mine did not have a problem with it either. My tear ducts are permanently closed. ... (244 replies)
... book a taxi for them. And they always tell the patients to make sure that someone can come with them. I know that when I had my tonsil surgery, they said I would not be allowed to leave the hospital unless someone over the age of 18 accompanied me home. ... (323 replies)


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