... Everyone's vision changes over the years. As we get older, we tend to get more far sighted- which means if you are near sighted to begin with, you will have an area in your life where you will think your vision is improving, however, if the far sightedness gets too extreme, youll wish you had longer arms, or youll get reading glasses.
If your eyes have some astigmatism,... (4 replies)
... eye. Optomotrists are simply people who are trained to fit contact lenses and do eye exams for glasses. If there was something actually wrong with your eyes, an opthamologist could see behind the eye, to the optic nerve, and check to make sure nothing is wrong. ... (6 replies)
... Hi. I wanted to update this to say that I did two treatments. I asked my opthamologist for a treatment for demodex, because demodex mites have been implicated in chronic chalazion. ... (4 replies)
... For the past month I have had a lightly sharp pain way in the back of my eyes. More like a headache type of thing. I went to both optometrist and opthamologist and both said they saw nothing. I have had allergies and my doctor said its because of that so all she perscribed me was Nasal spray.which did help. ... (0 replies)
... have an underlying eye condition that causes it. I do know how frustrating it is though. There are a lot of causes but I'm assuming your opthamologists and neuro opthamologist will rule them out. In my case it's misalignment of the eyes, however I get double vision when my eyes are straight. ... (5 replies)
... Hi there, my opthamologist is sending me to a neuro-opthamologist. My vision is starting to get better but still not normal. I have double vision every morning when I wake up but that goes away pretty quickly and at the end of the day it comes back and I feel like I have strained my eyes all day. No underlying eye problems. I still have constant pressure in my head that... (5 replies)
... Hello, have you been thoroughly checked by an opthamologist. Do you have any underlying eye problems? If MRI of brain was ok I wouldn't worry about it being neurological. Possible migraine? I'm not sure, I get double vision but I have strabismus and amblyopia. (5 replies)
... d an eye dilating test and eye pressure test and everything was fine, he didn't want to refer me because there was no need to. So I booked an appointment with an opthamologist who did the same tests and also found nothing wrong. Ok fair enough, now I'm frightened that there maybe something wrong with my brain. ... (0 replies)
... if it never happens again chalk it off to pollen, hard work and your eyes adjusting from being outside to inside a dark basement...
However, there is something called Optical Neuritis, which is inflammation of the optic nerve and can affect color blindness, making things look different than it actually is. ON, as it is called, is very painful and doesnt "come and go"- it... (1 replies)
... Looking for the best Opthamologist in Central New Jersey. ... (3 replies)
... I wear glasses and can't see far away. My left eye is bothering and I need to see a doctor. I think something is wrong. Am I better off seeing a opthamologist or optometrist? ... (1 replies)
... I was diagnosed with blepharitis by an opthamologist about 2-3 years ago, and since then it has only gotten worse after multiple visits.
At this point I think I understand the condition better than this doctor so I'm ready to get a second opinion... thanks. (0 replies)
... I recently has an eye exam with my Optometrist and got new disposable contacts in Janurary. I decided not to do the eye dialation. Anyway, lately I have had an increase in eye floaters and I believe I have been seeing some flashing light. I am only 25 but I am rather concerned and will make an appointment Monday to get my eyes checked and hopefully have dialation done. My... (2 replies)
... My mom has advanced glaucoma and has been doctoring in south carolina for the past year. We have relocated to Monroe New Jersey and I am looking for a good opthamologist to continue her care. Can anyone help? ... (1 replies)
... who is the best opthamologist (3 replies)
... n my eyes wide to feel better, but then the pressure sensation gets worse. I've been to neurologists, neurosurgeons, lyme doc, etc. Would it be worth seeing an opthamologist for this to see if there is anything behind my eyes doing this? ... (1 replies)
... How would I go about seeing an opthamologist? Do you have to see a general practitioner first and get a referral or can you make an appointment directly with the opthamologist?
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... I am disabled and on ssi and medicaid I am having vision problems and want to find out if medicaid covers a visit to an opthamologist? (3 replies)
... I was wondering if there are certain conditions that a opthamologist could miss and a retinal specialist catch? ... (1 replies)
... oking at the object for a minute or two. The closer I am the worse it is. If I am more than say two feet away it never does this. I went to my optometrist and a opthamologist and he found nothing wrong and suggested it is a vitreous detachment although they saw no signs of a weiss ring. ... (0 replies)