... how to find the best opthomologist (3 replies)
... YUCK! Let me start off by saying that this is the first time I've ever had conjunctivitis and it's awful! I went to the opthomologist to check my vision overall, and they said it was fine, but 2 days after being there, I have conjuntivitis! ... (5 replies)
... r I am outside and feel that my eye are the worst when I wake up. At the moment I have just started a new job so therefore I do not have the finances to go to an opthomologist though i know this is best thing to do. Is there anyone that knows what else I can do to relieves the redness. ... (2 replies)
... Aug. After seeing a local neuro who could not help me, I was advised to see a specialist which will take place at the end of Feb. In the meantime, I went to my opthomologist for pain and "blurriness" in my eyes and explained to her about my neruo problems. The dr. ... (0 replies)
... I went to the opthomologist today. ... (0 replies)
... you should go to an opthomologist while eye is flared up ask them to do a ultra violet light test ,involves a drop of med in eye and a black light. ... (1 replies)
... Hey there! Have you found out anything else? I have just started similar issues but along with the vision, I get headaches, i have had them for the last 14 days. not full blown migraines just an annoying headaches I can treat with Tylenol and ibuprofen. I have been to my Family doc, eye doc, opthomologist, endocrinologist, and the ER.. They have also found nothing. Found... (4 replies)
... I am no expert or medical professional, but as I posted prior I had the same problem you are having with the same severity and duration and even went to an appointment with an opthomologist. She told me empatically that my problem would not resolve without surgery.
However, a day or two prior to my appointment I started using allergy eye drops and started taking generic... (5 replies)
... So, this is my first time posting on here after searching on google the following phrase: "flickering vision peripheral vision". I want to let you know that I, too, was having a problem with flickering vision in my peripheral vision. I went to a nuero-opthomologist and my regular opthomologist--both who said it was not my eyes. I suffer from floaters and my eyes are very... (3 replies)
... So, this is my first time posting on here after searching on google the following phrase: "flickering vision peripheral vision". I want to write specifically to LOYSKI because I saw that you were having a problem similar to mine. I want to let you know that I, too, was having a problem with flickering vision in my peripheral vision. I went to a nuero-opthomologist and my... (2 replies)
... Hmmm....you had it for the last 4-5 years. When you say increase, was it the left one that increase and becoming more nearsighted or both eyes (going in the opposite direction)? When someone is predisposed to being nearsighted, unfortunately it usually tends to increase gradually with age if they were young. So looking at family history is just as important. And you may be... (6 replies)
... Thanks for your help. I mean I had it for nearly 4-5 years and it gradually increased. Lasik is definitely not possible. I went to 2 optometrists recently, but they didn't tell me anything about special design and everything, just told me to do visual therapy. What do you think is it better to go to opthomologist (medical doctor)? (6 replies)
... Hi RJ Mac
I'm sorry that you're experiencing this. I know how frighting it feels to worry about what's going on with our vision. I eventually got diagnosed with persistent migraine aura by a neuro-opthomologist, as that was what he felt this was after several visits and reviewing all the other tests I had, plus my history of migraines. He also saw what looked like floaters... (43 replies)
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... :eek:Hi, byu age 38, have had this horrid condition plus droopy eyes plus limited to no eye movement. I'm headed to hospital up here (NE) but he is only seeing me for drooopy eyes (from what I know the droopy eyes don't cause pain). I do have ? about this limited eye movement, is it going to get worse?
my current Opthomologist (MD) is treating me for dry eyes and... (1 replies)
... Here's the thing about eye doctors though. The last eye doctor or Opthomologist I went to rather put my prescription actually higher than what I'm wearing now!!! That doesn't even make sense! ... (2 replies)
... What's so bizzare, just 2 days before that day I had my regular eye exam with my opthomologist and everything was fine. I do have dry eyes but I'm taking drops for that which keeps it under control. The double vision was very distinct, not blurred etc. ... (28 replies)
... I am a 17 y/o male with no serious illnesses. I have been diagnosed with vitreous floaters. When I glance sharply from left to right ( in my left eye only), I see what looks like a lens shifting in front of my eye. I see this in the right side of my field of vision. I'm thinking I should go back to the opthomologist.... (0 replies)
... My Opthomologist recommends the same as above. ... (3 replies)
... Sorry! Having trouble at the keyboard! But wanted to tell you that ANY flashes of light or unusual floaters should be evaluated by your opthomologist (some very good optometrists can catch retinal problems, too, and refer you to a vitreous/retinal eye surgeon as needed).
I'm a very nervous person, too, but never saw flashes of light due to anxiety. However, I did... (2 replies)