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Optometry/optician #: Premium Digital Opto Extreme PAL, as a prescription lens that was purchased for eyeglasses, stands for what manufacturers name?
This is just : The name of the type of lens that was prescribed. It has no manufacturer name mentioned. ...Read more
Please clarify: Would you please clarify or restate your question? ...Read more
Generic: Viroptic is sold generically as trifluidine. If cannot afford either, the maker of viroptic may be able to supply the drug to you at no cost. This needs to be requested by the prescribing physician through the patient assistance programs that are available. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Immaterial: Brand does not matter. Any mask will do the samejob. ...Read more
Bf has contact lens script but none for glasses.No insurance&POOR but found$6.99 glasses+lens deal online.Is there good contacts to glasses converter?
I just had an HIV 1/2 eia antibody screen w/ reflexes. Can you explain how this test works? Are there any better tests?
Viral Testing: To test for many infections we look for antibodies (your body's reaction to something new or foreign). In the case of HIV infection these antibodies can take three to six months to be positive on a test. This old fashioned test is a reliable and common screening tool. But, it is not the best test if one is possibly exposed. We now send HIV genetic tests which can be positive by day 21 post expos. ...Read more
30% nerve damage in rt. Eye. Field test says "normal" with md -3.12 psd 1.80 readings two eye drs say glaucoma caught early. Do you agree?
Bf gets free vasectomy 1 hr 1/2 away but they need 3 semen samples afterwards.Such long drive&so much gas so...how trustworthy r post-vas home tests?
Just call around: Blue cross blue shield is a good insurance company and i would say that few if any doc/office not accepting it--my office certainly does. So, pick out a doc/office that is convenient for you and give them a buzz. I am sure they will be happy to add you as a new patient. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 24 & see glare @ nite when I get off of work.(I'm cashier)eye doc says eyes are fine. Friend said to buy anti reflective glasses.Do I need glasses?
Glare at night: Glare at night is a common problem. Among elderly patients, cataract is a common cause. Among younger patients like you, refractive errors like astigmatism and higher order aberrations are common causes of glare., esp at night. Corneal edema (esp after swimming) also causes halos and glare. See a refractive surgeon for a workup including refraction in dark conditions and wavefront analysis. ...Read more
I'm a homemaker. I wore only socks @ home. mo's ago developd bunions and small cyst? on 2 toes.What brand of corrective shoe & devices to buy?No ins.
Bunions and bumps on: toes will require proper shoes that have enough room in the toe box area. The brand of shoes is your personal preference and doesn't really matter. What you need is shoes that accommodates your deformities. You can also place small cushions on the toes and or around the bunion area that are non medicated for protection, whether they be foam or felt skin or gel type. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pharmacy: Most national chain pharmacies, such as cvs or walgreens, will carry the oraquick. ...Read more
Call your insurer.: Your health insurance company can answer this question. Please look at the number on your card; the customer service people can help you find a store. You may also find this information on your insurance company's web site, or ask at a local favorite store if they accept your insurance. ...Read more
I did a DNA PCR test for HSV & i got the result: -humanes herpesvirus-dna ((typ 7, pcr) (eb) : negative limit of detection:100 copies/ml.So i'm clean?
Hsv-7 isn't detected: Your question will require some clarification since you stated being tested for herpes simplex virus, the result you describe tests for human herpesvirus type7, which cannot be detected by pcr testing below 100 copies per ml . Hhv-7 is not the same as hsv. Though theyboth belong to the same heresviridae family. ...Read more
DMV test 50 deg on left. Humphrey field normal. ophthalmologist thinks DMV test wrong but didn't suggest Goldman test for comparison. Should I insist?
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