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... Thank you for responding. You mentioned that dry eyes wasn't the case for you..Do you know what is going on with your eyes? ... (3 replies)
... sn't sound like you have anything to worry about. The common theme among the many doctors that I went to see was that the main source of photophobia and extreme glare is dry eyes. I wish this was the case with me! ... (3 replies)
SulcoFlex IOL
Jun 3, 2014
... and also diopter difference between the two eyes. I cannot wear glasses to help as the glasses make my eyes feel very strange. ... (0 replies)

... or sensitive eyes. ... (3 replies)
... sighted which has caused a diopter difference between the two eyes and the cataract eye also has dysphotopsia, where I see the edge of the IOL. ... (1 replies)
Sore, red eyes
May 22, 2006
... I haven't got round to trying drops yet! but I plan to soon when I get some. I do think my eyes are sensitive, as sometimes outside a glare from the light makes them feel sensitive! I do a lot of close work on the computer, I also have type 1 diabetes! someone said it may be a blocked tear duct? ... (11 replies)
... The good thing about those lenses is that you will have less glare and reflections in the long run. ... (3 replies)
... hello, can someone please help!!! i recently bought a new computer and it was killing my eyes from the start it felt like and, this is going to make me sound like a donkey kong but, it felt like radiation was coming off monitor and seeping into my head. ... (2 replies)
... semester and it seemed to make it easier to read somewhat especially when I reflected light off of it and had glare coming of the computer screen over the part I was trying to read. I know this sounds really weird so I didn't think much of it. ... (0 replies)
... Last year out of the blue my vison went from pretty good to fairly blurry. Reading became an issue so I had to drop a class I was taking. I also discovered my eyes had become sensitive to glare, my depth perception and night vision was deterioating. ... (0 replies)
Keratoconus
Nov 20, 2006
... s seem to stick with me for a while, kindof like someone just took a picture with a bright flash, even when its just a regular light or lamp now. Also, I am very sensitive to glare of light off of things. I get headaches almost every day. I would suggest seeing if you have keratoconus. ... (3 replies)
... It was a VERY cloudy day. Not a spot of blue in the sky. I am extremely light sensitive even in normal sunlight lately, and sometimes even indoors with the bright lights in the school lunchroom. They are not really that bright, but to me they are. ... (6 replies)
... Well, I don't know how well the glasses shield is helping with the dryness and the cold weather, but I'll tell you something. I have a big problem with sun glare and bright light, especially when I am driving and they have cut down on that A LOT, being that they have dark lenses. ... (244 replies)
... For about the first 3 weeks, I only seemed to have tired and dry eyes at night. I was expecting this, so I was not worried. It just kinda felt like my contacts had been in too long. ... (323 replies)
... In Hiding, Below are my current thoughts and observations on eyelids and eyes wanting to close. ... (120 replies)
Pulse in eye??
Apr 3, 2005
... I know it's been a year since your post, but I share your symptoms almost exactly, including the diagnosis of the "beginnings of a cataract." I would like to know more about your situation and if, after a year, you've gotten any more answers. {REMOVEED} I'd like to get a dialogue going! Thanks. :) (16 replies)
Pulse in eye??
Feb 23, 2004
... I, too experience pulsing with heartbeat. It's nothing to worry about. I ALSO see circles when I move my eyes far to the left or right, and sometimes up and down too. They are most noticeable in the dark or against a white background. ... (16 replies)


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