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... Hard to say but I know that steroids will increase eye pressure. How much is hard to say but may depend on how long you have been on them for. It's always good to get a pressure test before going on steroids or using steroid drops. ... (7 replies)
... Two weeks ago I went to the optician for my 2 year eyes test. ... (5 replies)
... scan of the nerve at the back of the eye. ... (5 replies)

... Sorry for the relatively long post. I thought that more detail might result in a better analysis. Skip to the bold text below for the summary. ... (0 replies)
... D I'm battling daily vision changes like crazy! My rt. eye is better than it was yesterday, but that left! I called the dr's office while ago to slate an appt. for consultation about getting this cataract done in the left eye. ... (41 replies)
... which would need a major op, plus my right eye has 2 small tears that will need to be lazered closed in the very near future. ... (8 replies)
... As for me, my eyes are still just as crappy as the last time we spoke. I've been getting a lot of conjunctivitis. Being around children, I am constantly exposed to germs. ... (87 replies)
... and I didn't know about this thread! The big things to look out for is swelling and eye pressure. ... (33 replies)
... I would be very cautious of steroids since they will increase eye pressure. ... (125 replies)
... You know, last week I was so happy. My eyes were finally feeling better, and we believed that I was finally using the right medications at the right doses. ... (42 replies)
... have not personally experience trauma in such a way, perhaps others can give you their perspectives on this. I am not quite certain what you mean by "a tear in the front of the eye". Does the "front" mean cornea? ... (5 replies)
Corneal Erosion
Feb 2, 2006
... I am sure now that this could plague me for the rest of my life" Actually, there are a few very effective treatments with either medicine or surgical. ... (56 replies)
... have heard that the long term use of antibiotics can make you immune to antibiotics when they are needed to treat any future infections, although I don't know if the 2 months they suggest in the treatment is considered long term use. ... (187 replies)
... Since it's been awhile I'm unsure of specific dates and the time between events could be greater or less. Initially I always had exceptional vision and could always read two or more lines lower on the eye charts. ... (5 replies)
... minutes later. That is the part I just can't understand. If the eyelid didn't stick throughout the entire night, why would it in such a short span of time? ... (129 replies)
... she will know how long the eye needs to remain quiet, etc. and healing time. ... (1 replies)
Jun 14, 2006
... First, the reason it has come "in full force" is because your epithelium has "thinned out. ... (143 replies)
Chronic Uvitis
Feb 17, 2001
... steriods is to hit it hard, smother the inflammation, use the medicines a little longer to prevent reoccurance, and then taper the steriods to avoid a rebound effect of the inflammation. ... (19 replies)
... I know it is useless to tell you not to worry because that is just how you are. However, you have had all the relevant tests and it seems that you have no logical reason to worry. ... (3 replies)
... It is almost always the case that when we are born with lazy, squinted or crossed eyes, we never achieve any depth perception. We learn how the world looks without this depth knowledge, our 'normal' is just different to others with straight eyes that work together. ... (3 replies)

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