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No: Astigmatism results from asymmetric curvature of the cornea. Influenced by variety of factors, including size and shape of the eyeball, position of eyelids, bone structure around eye, age, stiffness of cornea, use of contact lenses, even excessive eye rubbing or pressure on the eyeball at night from sleeping face down. Usually vision correctable w glasses, contacts or lasik. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should I trust this remedy? It says homeopathic eye drops, but the ingredients look like medications!
Be careful: Some labels say "homeopathic" because of dilutions in manufacturing. But these products may not be "homeopathic" to your case -- meaning, individualized specifically to the symptoms that you have. Thus these would not be likely to help you at a deep level -- although the substances in them may be dilute enough not to "harm" you. Most true homeopathic remedies come from substances found in nature. ...Read more
I had an operation to remove a chalazion in 2017.But I have two small ones that are growing. What medication or eye drops can I use to eliminate them?
Warm compresses: A chalazion is a swollen bump on the eyelid and warm compresses 3-5 times daily helps the clogged oil gland to open and drain. If your chalazion is very swollen, your ophthalmologist may give you cortisone to decrease the swelling and may prescribe an antibiotic if there is an infection. So I suggest seeing your ophthalmologist for an exam. ...Read more
I have dry eye, is there a medication I can ask for to help my eyes produce their own tears? I'd prefer not to use eye drops constantly.
What is the cause?:
Dry eyes are a symptom. There are different reasons for this. Depending on the cause of the dry eyes there may or may not be a different medication.
Follow up with the prescriber. Eyes can be difficult to assess over the internet as we cannot do acuity testing.
Due to this limitation, I do not prescribe for the eyes online for best practices. ...Read more
Are ofloxacin eye drops safe for my four month old son ? What is this medication used for ? Thank you for your time :)
Antibiotic: In the pediatric population, Ofloxacin eye drops are used to treat bacterial keratitis and severe bacterial conjunctivitis involving susceptible organisms. However, i can't find any evidence for the indication or use of Ofloxacin eye drops in children less than a year of age. Please see a pediatrician, perhaps one who specializes in treatment of ophthalmic (eye) problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the side effects of glaucoma medication? I have been prescribed eye drops for my glaucoma. Will any parts of my body other than my eyes be affected? Are there any negative side effects?
I have had a stye since Halloween and i have gone to the doctors twice and got gel medication and eye drops and neither worked ?
Needs drainage: Most primary care doctors don't drain styes (I do if they can be drained easily). Usually an eye doc can take care of them (but they make you wait 3 weeks total time in most cases). If the stye comes back or worsens it could be something else more dangerous, or just a stye again. Best of luck ...Read more
Will msm and alpha-arbutin eye drops lighten my eye color? If not what medication can I use to permanently kill the melanin in my eyes.
I wanted to know when you have pink eye can you use red eye drops along with your pink eye medication?
Chronic red eyes, no medication has helped, got prescribed eye drops and allergy medicine. Doesn't see to help. Is it allergies or something else?
More info: It could be dry eyes or blepharitis or other cause of red eyes. It says you take synthroid (thyroxine) so a condition called thyroid eye disease could also play a role. I wold recommend frequent lubrication drops (artificial tears) every few hours and if there is no improvement in a couple of weeks then see your eye doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My left eye has been hurting and red for about 3 days now and I have put reg eye drops but not helping iam on medication for my heart does this means i could be have another heart attack or stroke
Hello, : Hello, there are a number of possible reasons that you left eye could be red & painful. Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the surface of the eyeball and is commonly known as "pink eye." it might just be from irritation to the eye or allergies. If it is caused by a virus or bacteria, it could be quite contagious. Your eyes could be bloodshot because they are irritated by a variety of things like wind, dry air, cold exposure, dust, etc. The fact that your eye is red and painful by itself, does not mean that you are having a stroke or a heart attack. What would be of particular concern would be eye pain with a change to your vision. If that occurs i would recommend being seen right away. Because you have a complicated medical history, if this does not resolve fairly quickly i would notify your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've used eye drops, nasal spray for dry nose, and a good allergy medication. Can you recommend anything else for me?
No: This is a prescriptive only iris dilator. Why would you want to use this without the advice of your ophthalmologist anyway? It is one of the common chair side drops used for diagnosis and occasional treatment. ...Read more
Is there any over the counter eye drops for pink eye? Or anything I can get at a drug store to make it go away?
"Pink eye": There are many causes for a red eye, including trauma, eye disease ( glaucoma, retinal detachment), allergies, and infection (bacterial or viral). Treatment depends on the cause and your primary care doctor can help you sort this out. Over the counter allergy treatments are available, but most causes require Rx, intervention or observation. ...Read more
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