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... There are many causes for "blurry vision" that will not come into focus no matter what lens you use. I would suggest a dilated eye exam to make sure there is no problem with your optic nerve or retina. ... (1 replies)
... I just got my Eye Exam a couple of days ago, after testing my vision of my left eye, he hit my shoulder and with relief he exclaimed "whooooo! ... (1 replies)
... Good luck with your eyes. I know how scary unexplained problems can be. ... (9 replies)

... New experiences are sometimes scary when you don't know what to expect. ... (3 replies)
... opthalmologist. Had another through eye exam where all tests were great other than the visual field which shows the original blind spot. The newer ones are farther out so they didn't show up. ... (27 replies)
... Just an update on me...I still see my nose in my field of vision, 24/7. It's depressing me and causing anxiety (even more than I already have). My biggest fear is that I am going to go blind or something. I can see out of both eyes (like if I close one, then the other) I don't have perfect vision even with contacts, but it's not terrible). Overall, it feels like I am only... (7 replies)
... A couple weeks ago I started seeing weblike things when I blinked my right eye. I went right in to the opthomologist and he did a thorough exam including dilation and said it was due to a thinning of the gel in the vitreous humour. ... (1 replies)
... I went for a regular eye exam about 2 weeks ago. I hadn't been in about 3 years and I figured it was time I go. The vision in my right eye has been getting blurrier over the last year. ... (1 replies)
... my eyes and this is the result....I was going to make an appt. with an optometrist, but now I think I'd better discuss this with my optomologist. It is kind of scary to need glasses for decades and almost suddenly I can't were them! ... (10 replies)
... Please, go and have an eye exam..first with an opthamologist..a medical eye doctor who can tell you if you have anything serious.... ... (12 replies)
... Well I have good news for once! I went down to Maryland to see my dry eye specialist at the Wilmer Eye Institute of John's Hopkins University. He said that my eyes actually look better than the last time he saw me! ... (25 replies)
... It sounds like dry eye. I don't know what kind of eye drops your using but you may want to try a thicker one that is preservative free. ... (3 replies)
... My eyes have been aching so bad for the past few months. Driving is difficult at times. My eye exam was fine. I was recently diagnosed with a thyroid problem. Hot nodule causing me to be hyper.. ... (3 replies)
... op exam and will have the lens replacement in my left eye done on 5th September. I have less than half a percent vision in that eye so guess that would be classfied as legally blind. The eye specialist is going to implant the standard lens as he feels that my eyes should match. ... (9 replies)
... attendant, every three years. Because I noted my eye condition on my drivers license application. ... (0 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Feb 22, 2005
... Overall it was worth the trip. I am not improved but now I did have the full testing not available except in few clinics in the world. He did prescribe steroid eye drops. I did try for few days and t seemed to help but inflammation is back as wicked as ever. It seems to say " you want to try that ... ... (488 replies)




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