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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)
... elongated black pulsing splotches at the top of my vision, which started seemingly only in my right eye but by now have graduated to both eyes. They come and go without any apparent link to my actions, except one time where they occurred immediately after I had a coughing fit from a brief flu I experienced last week. ... (3 replies)
... Basically I have lost about half of my right eye to poor/non-existent sight, a Non Arteric Anterior Ischemic Neuropathy has been diagnosed at the Sussex Eye Hospital, an NAAION is more commonly called an ‘optic stroke’, that’s the diagnosis anyway. I do have some doubts but symptoms very largely fit and I can't argue with the diagnosis,... yet???, though as you might guess... (0 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 can currently read the finest print up close without glasses but a few weeks ago I could not read any printed words without glasses whatsoever. ... (0 replies)
... Sorry for the poor quality jpeg, it's the best picture I could get. The three white spots are the lights reflecting. ... (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
... the "X" halo, and it's very thin lines. I can live with that, because it doesn't interfere with my night vision. It's amazing how crisp and bright everything is. White is white again! ... (107 replies)
... of dark specs in the background of my vision.They go away and in bright rooms I see none. I sometimes have headaches and my eyes feel dry. I can hardly watch tv without my eyes feeling tired and enjoying the computer is nearly impossible. Sometimes it seems like closing my eyes will only bring relief. ... (2 replies)
... re first to receive treatment, then the cataract, then the high glaucoma pressure. Although there was some debate among the ophthalmologist because high glaucoma pressure can damage the optic nerve, while cataract will not necessarily effect the optic nerve, so they debated treating the glaucoma second, but it was left until last. ... (12 replies)
... which is a very little sack, made from some flexible material, surgically placed under the skin in the upper white portion of my left eye. It has a fine tube which goes from the sack to my sinuses. ... (12 replies)
... 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. I have the upper and lower puncta plugged, also, which helps my eyes blink over the lens without feeling so dry. ... (6 replies)
... into my eyes during sleep without realizing it! ... (2 replies)
... I'll look up the info about the steroid drops. I'm unclear how a steroid can unclog glands. If and when I do use it, I'll just insist on pressure checks. And I know what you mean... I'm not going to go on to the "super" specialist without trying what the regular specialist told me to do first. ... (56 replies)

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