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... No, that I never even heard of... That's probably the ONLY thing I never had with my eyes! (3 replies)
... Do you have any information on White Without Pressure prognosis? ... (3 replies)
... Again I went to an opthamologist who did a fundus exam and checked the pressure which came out normal. A month later I went for one more exam and they found that I had 2 white patches in my right retina. ... (3 replies)

... did these sudden appearance of floaters happen AFTER you've seen the doctor? If so, go back,it could signify a tear in the retina (most likely NOT, but it is always something that must be looked into) - I can't tell you all the WEIRD stuff I've had with my eyes! And it's always nothing... (3 replies)
... into my eyes during sleep without realizing it! ... (2 replies)
... I did scratch my left eye when I was very young and when I was 15 there was a build up of white blood cells around a scar that was left. My eye doctor has decided that this is nothing to worry about anymore. ... (0 replies)
... I was blind for three years, and the available eye treatments were allot different back then than they are today. That is one of the reasons why my blindness lasted as long as it did. ... (12 replies)
... It took about three years and a half dozen eye surgeries for them to restore my vision. ... (12 replies)
... current red and bloodshot eye. The only explanation for both the AION and the red eye that I have found yet is a link of both to Sleep Apnea, this fits with me, exhaustion and my wife's reports of snooooorrrriiinnnggg.... ... (0 replies)
... my vision. I returned to my Optometrist and asked to have my eyes retested. The Optometrist measured a very large change in my prescription. After a complete eye exam, she found nothing wrong with my eyes, but said I should see an MD and have some blood tests done. ... (0 replies)
... born with bilateral coloboma and cataracts in both eyes. My right eye is fairly useless as I only have peripheral vision. ... (2 replies)
... riencing could mean another subconjunctival hemmorhage. If you do experience another hemmorhage it is very important that you see a physician and have your blood pressure check. Experiencing subconjunctival hemmorhages without any trauma to the eye can be a sign of hypertension. ... (3 replies)
Cataract surgery
Jul 23, 2006
... s the stitches that I feel, cause it's always in the same spot that I feel the irritation. It's much better now that I use the additional drops. My eye was tender for the first 3 days, felt like some one had stuck a finger in my eye. Vision has definetly been improving daily. ... (107 replies)
... f my eyes still sting and burn, because the lens doesn't cover that part, so I still have to wear goggles in wind, etc. But that is better than having the entire eye disabled, which is what I would be without them, because my eyes are so dry. ... (6 replies)
... on each eye that hurt when I touch them. This is where the burning is. I would assume if I could get them to unclog and go away the burning would stop. ... (56 replies)


Associated Tags: anterior, blurry, cataract, coloboma, help asap, iol, ischemic, neuropathy, optic neuropathy

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