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... piece of glass in my eye. ... (0 replies)
... I need to wear glasses in order to see near and far without squinting. I noticed that without wearing glasses when I apply slight pressure with my fingers to my lower eye balls my vision dramatically improves. What does this mean? ... (2 replies)
Retinal Hemorrhage
Nov 21, 2014
... I found out that I had a RH in my right eye. The specialist tried to do an angiogram on me but it was so far in the rear that it couldn't be detected by the machine. ... (2 replies)

... Wants to do up to one thousand laser burns in each of four sessions? ... (3 replies)
... Wants to do up to one thousand laser burns in each of four sessions? ... (3 replies)
... One correction to my previous reply: Since you said that when you press your eyeball, but you are "not" wearing glasses, your vision improves, your prescription lenses must be providing the same correction that pressing your eyeball does. So, the mechanism I wrote previously remains the same - nothing wrong there! I was assuming that your vision improves after pressing the... (2 replies)
... Firstly, you should see an optometrist soon. My guess is since things become more focused after you press your lower eyeball, the rays from far away objects must be presently focusing "behind" your retina (without pressing the eyeball and with your present prescription). After you press the eyeball, the eyeball bulges and elongates in the lens direction (like a football on its... (2 replies)
... however, I have none of your other eye conditions, but my RD's did cause mild to severe vision loss when they happened. So, perhaps, my progress and current condition may not exactly predict yours. But it's a case history you may want to know... ... (3 replies)
... My dad has glaucoma in both his eyes. Recently due to ocular pressure hike the cornea got degenerated and he lost his vision in right eye. Also the right eye has developed cataract. Is it safe to go for cornea transplant and cataract surgery given the fact that he has glaucoma? ... (1 replies)
... You really need to go to an opthomologist or your local eye doctor and have the pressure in your eye checked. I had similar symptoms and ended up with iritis, an inflamation of the iris. Look it up, it can lead to other problems. It can also be treated. ... (4 replies)
... tside, close to some grass. the ball rolled onto the grass, so i went to pick it up. i came back and shot the ball, and straight away i felt like i had something in my right eye. ... (1 replies)
... Living up to my name!! ... (3 replies)
... Get a second opinion , its very important..I developed pressure in my right eye, due to diabetes, I was under the care of a ofhtalmologist.. ... (2 replies)
... I met with the Ophthalmologist today and I am sure glad I did. He found the pressure so high he immediately used a laser to drill a hole in the eye. This sounds frightening, but it was not that bad. I will also have to have my other eye done in the future. ... (5 replies)
... I just went to an optometrist for an eye exam. He became very concerned about the pressure in my one eye. He strongly recommended that I see an ophthalmologist and made an appointment for me tomorrow. ... (5 replies)
... about 4 years ago, my right eye started appearing larger than the left. I had just had Botox around the eye, and wondered if it was a result of that... ... (1 replies)
... Hi there everyone, this is my first time posting here, and I'm really hoping to get some answers. My problems started at the beginning of May, when I came back home from university. ... (1 replies)
My eye:
Feb 7, 2011
... Last week on Feb. 2nd I woke up and my Right eye was closed, if I struggled I could open it, but I am seeing double vision where one image is above the other. My balance is off and I always seem to fall to the right. My eye is watery and I have a painful sensation in my eye. ... (0 replies)
... Stars as you explain in eyes is normally lack of blood to the eye, so with you hearing your pulse in your ear that could also be a blood vessal pressing around the ear. ... (3 replies)
... well that is from the wonders of the internet where I found a photo. My description was the best I could do for what I could see. ... (15 replies)


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