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Can Floaters Get Worse If Dehydrated
No: Floaters represent the natural aging process of the vitreous gel. Dehydration will have no impact on floaters. The sudden onset of new floaters or floaters accompanied by flashing lights like july 4 sparklers could signal the beginning of a retinal detachment and should be immediately evaluated by your eye md. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there any food, medication or sickness that increase number of eye floaters? What about massaging eyeballs or dehydration?
Almost everyday my calves aches really bad, it gets much worse if I get dehydrated, almost unbearable. What is causing this?
Foamy in urine, 2 months. Looks like has white stuff floating around. Not rapid pee. Doc says I don't get enough water. Is dehydration/kidney prob?
Drink more fluids: If your urinalysis was normal on repeat testing, you don't have signs of protein, blood, infection or stones, you have no pain on urination, and kidney tests were fine, then likely you have no need to worry. Your physician may want to get imaging of the upper urinary tract if they suspect an issue there. Do drink more fluids as your physician recommended and see if that helps. Hope that helps. Read more
Is it ok to get IV fluids during first tri pregnancy? I'm suffering from migraine, pain making me vomit and dehydration making my migraine worse. Ok iv
Yes, with caution: Ordinary IV fluids, such as normal saline, are often used in pregnancy when patients become dehydrated. Make sure that your health care providers know you're pregnant, though, so they don't give you anything with the fluid that can cause problems. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get migraines, and have a history of anorexia, hypotension, orthostatic BPs, dehydration, thyroid and adrenal problems, etc. Tonight, my migraine is getting worse again, plus shakiness, dizziness, feeling hot/flushed, nausea and the veins/arteries (?) o
Migraine and the: Other symptoms you mention all need to be treated and may be related. Have you been to a migraine clinic at a local hospital? Please look into that. Also, diet can trigger migraine. Food sensitivity testing, perhaps through Great Plains Laboratory in Kansas can give you more info. Peace and good health. Read more
Small volume: Babies get dehydrated because simply they are so small. Fever causes evaporation, and babies are all surface area comparatively. Thus a moderate fever causes decent water loss. Couple that with vomiting and some diarrhea and a lot of fluid loss happens quickly. Babies cannot be reasoned with that they need to "just drink more", so all that water loss leads to irritability, not thirst. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Visualizing small: Opaque or translucent objects in your vision can be indicative of vitreous floaters. This is a consolidation of the vitreous gel, composed of water & protein, that has detached itself from the retinal inner lining and now is floating above the retina. One can see the shadow of the floater cast upon the retina. If you are experiencing a new floater please see your retina specialist. Read more
Just natural age: Related changes that occur naturally in the vitreous humor of the eye can result in floaters. It is true that floaters are themselves harmless and cast shadows on the retina. It is also true that a person who develops new floaters should be examined for the presence of retinal tears and possibly even a detachment. These can occur in the eye as a result of the same process that caused the floater. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alteration position: Rubbing the eyes may shift the position of pre-existing floaters a bit although they will reposition themselves in between. Unless the rubbing is so vigorous that you induce further floaters, this will not change the basic pattern you are experiencing. If you see many new floaters, or flashing lights or the vision changes, see your ophthalmologist without delay. Read more
Yes: Most people do adapt to floaters that are blocking the vision, often with the brain "filtering out" the floater so that it is only bothersome in certain situations. Unfortunately, the only sure treatment would be surgical removal of the vitreous gel that fills the back of the eye (and this is generally not recommended unless floaters are persistantly and extremely unusually troublesome). Read more
Yes: I have a handful of patients who have had surgery (vitrectomy) for their floaters. Usually they have to be bad enough to affect activities of daily living. For example one patient had them so bad that if they floated in the way of her central vision she could not see on coming vehicles while driving. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Floaters cause: Floaters arise when the vitreous gel inside the eye liquefies naturally with age and sometimes earlier in life due to trauma, inflammation, or even high myopia. A burst of new floaters may be a warning sign for retinal detachment. Get a dilated retinal exam. Discuss treatment options with a retina specialist. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My dad is 81 they keep tellin him he is dehydrated besides what what else can he do to get re hydrated?
Fluids: In general the best advice would be to continue to drink fluids. It is still important to get basic labs to look at the body salts (sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium). If the salts are out of portion, certain serious abnormalities can take place. Generally oral fluid hydration is adequate, but sometimes IV fluids are needed. Read more
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