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... my sister has sore eyes for 2 weeks already. the doctor gave her medication, but it didn't get better. now doc advised she has got a serious case of conjunctivitis resulting in growth of membrane. the membrane caused abrasion and scratched the corneal. ... (0 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)
... on, my surgery was 'conventional.' Everything from the procedure itself to the recovery was a BIG nuthin'. Absolutely nothing to fear. The greatest discomfort of the whole shebang was when they stuck me for the IV before the procedure. ... (8 replies)

... I had surgery for steroid cataracts in both eyes in 2004. I have rheumatoid arthritis and have had tons of cortisone shots over the years, I thought using shots and not the pills would protect me some. Might have taken longer to develop but they still developed. ... (5 replies)
... hi there , first of all , my english is not very good, sorry , im french! ... (0 replies)
... I have heard of no vitamin that will slow the growth of a cataract. My mom always said, "Eat your carrots, they are good for your eyes", completely not true. ... (2 replies)
... The initial description of your complaint sounds like you may have cataracts. Allergic conjunctivitis generally is not sight threatening. ... (2 replies)
... Do you mean you have something growing on the white part of your eyes? ... (2 replies)
... I recently 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. ... (6 replies)
... 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. ... (7 replies)
Pars Planitis
Jan 8, 2006
... Scleroderma is an activations of immune cells which produces scar tissue in the skin, internal organs, and small blood vessels. ... (6 replies)
... have removed but have not been able to find resources. Seems like most doctors advise against it but for me, it is a cosmetic issue and I'm 27 and really aware of it. Can you let me know what his surgery entailed and how his eyes are doing now? ... (5 replies)
... gia". My husband had one in each of his eyes that became so severe they had to be removed. It has been three years and they have not grown back. They are caused by sun and wind and other irritations. ... (5 replies)
... it's possible you have what's called a "pinguecula". You can do a search on the internet. There's tons of info there. ... (5 replies)
... I'm sorry, no, I haven't heard of that. But do know that the sun can cause other problems with the eye. Life time of not protecting the eyes from the sun can also cause cataracts. If the eye dr didn't tell you to, I will...get yourself a good pair of sunglasses that protect your eye from the UV rays. ... (5 replies)
... A couple of days ago I developed like this weird bubble on the inside of my eye, but more next to the actual pupil. I thought it was caused by my contacts because, I must admit, I do not take them out everynight. Actually, not at all. ... (5 replies)
... got an orbital tumor that is invading her brain, and it's making her say and do some really wacky things! She is in a nursing home now because we can't take care of her anymore. ... (74 replies)
Pinguecula Growth?
Dec 23, 2004
... I had them in both eyes and had surgery to have it removed in one eye and scheduled to get the other one done in a few weeks. ... (3 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Oct 14, 2004
... Yes, the recovery time frame sounds the same. Were your eyes really red during that whole time? ... (488 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Oct 12, 2004
... I would prefer to not mention who did my surgery as it may give stigmatize that doctor as being incompetent when he isn't. In spite of the surgery mishap, I still have the highest regard for him as a person and doctor. ... (488 replies)




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