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... I've tried different eyedrops prescribed on a whim but nothing has helped. ... (0 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)
Dry eyes....Help!
Oct 12, 2004
... I am looking forward to sharing my experiences with Dr. Tseng on this forum in the months to come. I'm scheduled to meet with him on Nov. 1st, so I will provide an update at the appropriate time, in hopes that it will provide further clarity for others on this forum. ... (488 replies)

... Do you mean you have something growing on the white part of your eyes? ... (2 replies)
... sd I have chronic dry eyes that is why they hurt alot. ... (17 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)
... Hi there, i don`t want to scare you any more but my advise is get to a doctor straight away. I was at work in 1994 and all of a sudden i lost the sight in one eye on examination, it was found my -pituitary gland had a growth on it, and if it was not removed i would have a seriouse sight problem, let`s hope your`s is not so iffy so get it sorted, after all you only get ONE set... (10 replies)
... is a benign, whitish or yellowish growth that forms on the conjunctiva. They usually grow near the cornea on the nasal side. ... (7 replies)
... ck is curved backward, making her head tilt up, and she is now very stiff. The doctors said that if they had known this would happen they could have stunted her growth when her muscles seemed to be the right size for her body.... ... (6 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)
... 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. ... (5 replies)
... I tried to post yesterday but something was wrong with the boards. :mad: I am glad that you had a nice father'a day with your day Tony. I'm sorry he has Alzheimer's. That mkst be hard for you and your family. My grandma doesn't have Alzheimers, but she's 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... (74 replies)
... That yellow growth is most likely pinguecla. It does not cause problems and does not need to be removed. Just make sure you have your eyes checked by an eye doctor each year for early detection. ... (1 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Oct 14, 2004
... Thank goodness. I guess that's why he has me on steroids now too. I believe I've read or heard that in doing so, this helps with the surgical outcome. ... (488 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Oct 11, 2004
... After reading your posts, I researched Dr. Tseng and contacted him for more information regarding my dry eyes as well as a pingueculae on both eyes which are also a contributing factor to my problem. ... (488 replies)
... e preferred it remain at 24" but in terms of minimal functionality, 16" works just as well. That gives me the ability to read a wrist watch, check text messages on my cell phone, or thread a needle without the need for spectacles. ... (8 replies)
... She was diagnosed with severe dry eyes about 4 years ago and was put on Restasis. ... (0 replies)
... Over 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 . ... (2 replies)
... because we do NOT WANT this scar tissue to occur in our eyes and it can happen anywhere from Instantly, to 6 months later. My opthm. ... (8 replies)
... mentioned that it is worse in the morning, this could be caused by the disturbance from the lid. The corneal outer layers are trying to heal, when you open your eyes in the morning, the lid could have disrupted the new growth if the eyeball is dry. Artificial tears is important in keeping the eye moist. ... (4 replies)

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