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... My Husband has a growth in his eye ..eye dr. says it has to be removed...they are not sure if it is cancer until it is removed..But has started him on eyedrops with Interferon in them.... ... (1 replies)
... I have had about 3 Styes in my life all quite recently but I have now noticed an extremely weird shaped growth underneath the lower eye lid, I was wondering if anybody knew what it was? ... (0 replies)
... I have a growth on my right eye. It is on the inner part growing onto the blue part of my eye. ... (1 replies)

... nosed with severe dry eyes about 4 years ago and was put on Restasis. She had virtually no side effects or discomfort for the first 3 years, other than her right eye did seem a little orange after a while and seemed to get more so as time went on. ... (0 replies)
... r the past few months I have a awakened on a number of occasions with half of one of my eyes blood filled .More than your normal broken blood vessel situation . In the beginning of this year I awoke one morning with pinguilitis ,having a large growth thingy in my right eye . ... (2 replies)
... have lost over 100lbs since and quit smoking completely. Suddenly about 3 months ago I started to have sinus infections and after a cat scan was told there was a growth in my orbital socket. Went for a biopsy and given the results of OIS. I was put on 80mgs of Prednisole and had a positive reaction immediately. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I'm 25 years old and have had these growths under both eyelids for a couple years. I've seen several eye doctors and no one has had any answer as to what they might be, which is very frustrating because there's clearly something there. ... (0 replies)
... been experiencing pain, pressure, floaters, in my right eye, as well as itching and pain above it on my eyebrow and forehead area. ... (0 replies)
... Eye freckles are usually harmless, although they should be watched for signs of growth or change. In most cases, however, there is no need for anxiety over having them. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Strongbow, so sorry to hear about your frustration and lost of confidence in doctors. I have a few questions for you in order to understand better your ordeal. ... (8 replies)
... Today this problem is still apparent cos my eyelids in my left eye, are still a bit swelled. My upper eyelid has very visible blood vessels. What can I do about this issue? ... (8 replies)
... red growth on the white part of the eye. When it is irritated it will get red. If this is what you have you should really start to were sunglasses. ... (4 replies)
... I have a small growth in the upper eyelashes on one eye. ... (2 replies)
... The retina is the light sensitive zone at the back of the eye and is normally only visible to an ophthalmologist using special instruments to look inside the eye through a dilated pupil. ... (15 replies)
... s is not so iffy so get it sorted, after all you only get ONE set of eyes, i now have impaired vision in one eye. good luck j. ... (10 replies)
... ntly got tested in my eyes, they looked into the back of my eyes at a hospitol and said there was no problems, my vision is ok, slightly deteriated and the jelly in my eye is turning into water slightly but my vision is OK. i do have floaters still and white dots ocuring. ... (6 replies)
... A child may be farsighted because the eye is shorter than average, because the lens or cornea bends light less than average, or because the lens is farther backward in the eye than average. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Holland...well you said your laser surgeon told you you have sun damage in your eyes...I'm assuming that's in the form of Pingecula or Pteryguim. These are synonymous terms except for Pteryguim means the sun damage or Pingecula is covering the cornea... ... (8 replies)
... t 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. ... (7 replies)
... ar degeneration. That can be either dry MD or wet MD. Dry involves a thinning of the retina, is more common than wet, and takes longer to develop. Wet cuases new growth of blood vessels that leak. To determine if MD is the wet variety, a fluorecein angiogram would be necessary. ... (5 replies)


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