... Thank you for your reply....sorry to hear about the problems your having...it is very scary.... and its hard to find anyone that has this surgery done. I understand your not able to state who did the surgery... ... (4 replies)
... Hello Eye Problem,
I posted in another thread which I believe you read, but I thought I'd respond here as well. I had surgery on one eye to remove two pinguecula, and the results were that I lost peripheral vision, and my iris lost its blood supply resulting in a partially atrophied (irregularly shaped) iris that doesn't constrict in bright light.
The pinguecula have... (4 replies)
... However the problem is with my sclera where it has been dicoloring and having a brown tinge to it. ... (0 replies)
... My family doctor noticed that I have gray rings in my sclera in both of my eyes, a distance from and around the iris of my eyes. What do these rings mean? ... (0 replies)
... i've got problems in my eyes.. ... (0 replies)
... I have been searching all over the web because my eyes have the same discoloration and I have a LONG history of allergy problems as well. ... (1 replies)
... Hi there aefef,
Hope your eye is feeling better today.
If it is indeed a pinguecula, try buying some lubricating drops/gel -- but please ensure it is preservative free (many people, including myself, are sensitive/allergic to preservatives in drops and gels and they can make your eyes more sore/red). You should be able to buy these drops from a chemist or store, I'm not... (3 replies)
... Hi there :)
Sorry to hear your eye is causing you problems!
Do you mean there is something in your eye, or a swelling on the inside of your eyelid?
Search on the internet the words "chalazion" or "stye" -- is this what it looks like?
Search on the internet "pinguecula" -- is it more like that? (3 replies)
... I have a combination of problems in my eyes, I think. They burn almost constantly and itch quite a bit. ... (1 replies)
... I've had these greyish spots on the whites of my eyes ever since I was a baby. My parents keep saying that the doctors don't know how I got them. For all I know I was born with them. The big, dark ones are covered by my eye lid; however, there are some smaller, less obvious ones that are near the corners of my eyes. What I worry about is that I've recently had redness in... (0 replies)
... all symptoms which you describe too. The first two issues went away after several weeks, and, yes, I did have problems with it. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you Laura. I did see him a few days ago and he says it looked fine. I also wonder if the sclera insrtument that they sometimes have to use and push on your eye can cause more problems from the pressure on the eye. Sometimes it is very painful. ... (3 replies)
... cataract in that eye, that I was born with but that doesnt look like its changed any. I am 42, female and I dont wear glasses and contacts and have never had any problems with my eyes. ... (0 replies)
... I found a lot of bad news about these drugs, including that if you have a lot of indigestion you're better off sticking to calcium, and that 2 cups of cottage cheese per day, with Vitamin C and D and Magnesium, as someone remarked already in this thread, is much safer. The info I read said even children need that much cottage cheese per day. It has more calcium... (9 replies)
... The white sclera takes on a bluish tint when this normally thick tissue thins. The sclera becomes translucent, allowing the underlying tissue to show through. ... (2 replies)
... some say that I was born with a hidden eye defect which did not activate until I was in my twenties, others say that my eye problems may be from agent orange during my military service in Vietnam. ... (12 replies)
... Hey Soulution,
Sorry to hear you're having such problems...
I can only answer your questions as they pertain to my experience, 'cause every person and their situation is different. My eyes are at the far end of the spectrum for severe dryness. Nothing else worked for me. I have been wearing them for about six months.
Yes, the lens does help me with burning and... (6 replies)
... Liver problems can cause yellow whites, but since you have always had them and are pretty healthy, it's probably just normal for you. ... (3 replies)
... corrected that as well. That condition also attributes to the constant redness, irritation and dryness as the conjunctiva itself is not adhering properly to the sclera underneath the tissue surface. ... (20 replies)
... had little knowledge about them nor the symptoms that later appeared, including redness and irritation. I was new to the world of dry eye too. After my initial problems began, I went to one doctor which resulted in another opinion, so on and so forth until I felt that I was at the end of my rope. ... (20 replies)