... My mom lost her vision in that eye and it was permanent. The opthamologist felt really bad that she ignored his advise to have the cataract removed. ... (5 replies)
... It's best for her to see an opthamologist specialist and have it thoroughly checked out. ... (1 replies)
... hen I would turn my head a certain way, when I was backing into a parking space I would notice it. It was vitreous detatchment and it went away on it's own. My opthamologist told me that if you have vitreous detachment chances are you will never get a detached retina, somehow that protects against that.... ... (7 replies)
... of the doctors have said that is ocular migraines. Also a lot of times I get super sleepy like I can't function properly because I get so exhausted. I went to an opthamologist he says my eyes are perfect, "if all my patients had eyes like yours I go out of business". ... (4 replies)
... Hi...an opthamologist is the best to seek asap. If all is good eye related, it could be a symptom of migraines....possibly hormone driven given your age. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you for the replies. Got a call from my a nurse she said my Brain MRI came back normal. Does that rule out MS? Told her to make an appointment with the opthamologist. Thanks again for the insight. (3 replies)
... Yes, I was recently dx about a month ago now, maybe more. And my ophthalmologist said my initial symptoms "sounded" like Optic Neuritis but they couldn't see the inflammation anywhere. While my initial symptoms for the most part have been controlled, I am experiencing weird new symptoms that involve a lot of a flashing and something appearing like visual snow, but not really.... (5 replies)
DId you just find out you have MS?
I have had MS for over 12 years now and my first symptom included eye problems including pain whenever I moved my eyes...I went to an opthamologist who said my optic nerve was inflammed; it is called Optic Neuritis. This only happens to about 20% of MSers. Ive had it several times...sometimes they put me on Steroids, but the... (5 replies)
... I would suggest that you visit an Opthamologist, not an optomotrist for further evaluation.
As far as MS goes, this does not sound like MS. MS patients (sometimes) get optical neuritis, which has little to do with fuzzy vision and everything to do with black spots when moving your eyes as well as color blindness and enormous pain. As a MSer myself who has had Optical... (3 replies)
Not knowing the extent of your anxiety, if something is really wrong, you should see an opthamologist. Spots can be caused by somethng called optical neuritis, which is inflammation of the optic nerve or it can be caused by a retinal tear, which can be serious...
if this is a constant, and does not come and go, it really should be looked at by a good eye MD or... (3 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?
Thanks (1 replies)
... 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)