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Cannabis And Eye Has Bubble
I have been seeing miniature elves that jump out of my eyes when I use cannabis, what does this mean?
It means you: Should stop using it!Get a more detailed answer ›
My baby inhaled cannabis smoke when she was 5 months old and now she is 4 and can't say a word or make eye contact. Could it be the cannabis effect?
No: She should be seen by a doctor to assess the reason for the developmental delays. A one time unfortunate exposure is not the likely cause. ...Read more
I'm is off cannabis finally. I suffer from thirst. Black lines under eyes. I suppose organs are tired, what to eat and drink? No smoking 3 weeks thks:)
Watch you diet!: As you have been successful if your transition, make a get away for a healthier life. Eat good quality food, and exercise. Good luck! ...Read more
Does cannabis effectively lower the eye pressure and help manage glaucoma symptoms? I am not considering using it, just want to know if it is an option for me, as I have been struggling with the disease for more than seven years.
I got beaten up have headache, swelling on temple and forehead, jaw hurts, black eye! Can I smoke cannabis and why?
No: A teenager can become dependent on marijuana. Drug dependence is the body's physical need, or addiction, to a particular substance, in order for the person to feel like he is functioning normally. Over time, drug dependence leads to physical harm in the user's brain and body, to behavioral problems, and to association with people who also abuse drugs and commit crimes to obtain drugs. ...Read more
I was diagnosed absolute scotoma in the left eye and hardly noticeable scotomas have shown in the left eye. Could they go away and does canabis helps?
Glaucoma: If your glaucoma is advanced enough to cause an absolute scotoma on visual field testing, it is most likely quite advanced. Scotomas can sometimes improve with treatment, especially SLT laser, but absolute scotomas are unlikely to improve. Cannabis can be used as an adjunct treatment but not a primary treatment because it helps so little. ...Read more
Does Cannibas Oil help lower eye pressure for glaucoma patients? I have read that it helps and hurts. I am interested in taking it for anxiety.
Most of the info: I was able to discover about cannibas use and glaucoma was anecdotal, but I did find one study in the British Journal of Ophthalmology that supports its use in lowering intraocular pressure. Obviously one never wants to be in the position of using illegal drugs even if they have helpful properties. Discuss with your ophthalmologist. If approved, pursue channels for legal use within your state. ...Read more
Blocked gland: Occasionally one of the glands on the surface of the eye will seal over and continue to secrete clear fluid which will make a bubble on the eye surface. These are harmless, and will not affect the vision or the health of the eye. Eventually most get big enough that they pop open (you will not feel this) and disappear. ...Read more
Gets absorbed: The gases used in retinal surgery- air, and the fluorocarbons are helpful in improving the success of many operations. They act inside the eye to exert force inside the eye to flatten the retina. Over time, they dissipate by being absorbed into the blood stream. ...Read more
Conjunctival cyst: It is probably a conjunctival cyst. See your eye doctor to have it checked out. ...Read more
Air bubble: This bubble is probably a conj cyst...A benign swelling on the surface of the eye due to irritation, such as dryness, allergy, or a contact lens....Try systabe drops 3 times per day...If not better in aday or two, call your local eye doctor. ...Read more
See your eye doctor: Floaters are usually a normal process of aging of the vitreous gel in the eye, however, they can also be a sign of a serious eye issue, like a retinal tear or detachment. If you are having floater symptoms, see your eye doctor ASAP to see if your floaters are a problem or not. ...Read more
VariousPossibilities: The description of a bubble may be any of a number of findings. Besides cysts (fluid filled sacks), you could be seeing a pingueculum or early pterygium or even a prolapsed fat pad or portion of the lacrimal gland tissue. If the change persists or increases or has any other associated symptoms, it would be best to have it checked by an ophthalmologist for proper care. Never treat on your own! ...Read more
Oil, cyst: Most likely it is a bubble shaped secretion from the oil glands which can be wiped off with a cotton tip applicator. Less likely is a small clear cyst from an overgrown gland which will enlarge and spontaneously pop without problems. ...Read more
2 things: Could be a pterygium, a benign growth of the conjunctiva on the inside part of the eye. It is associated with ultraviolet-light exposure (sunlight). It can prevent consistent lubrication of the cornea &result in a "gritty" corneal abrasion. The other possibility is nodular episcleritis-a benign, self-limiting inflammatory disease of the top part of the eyeball. Red&slightly painful-go to doctor. ...Read more
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Gas bubble?: A gas bubble that lasts that long could have been placed at the tind of retinal surfery. If you have not had retinal surgery, then you should see your eye doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
You are probably seeing a conjunctival cyst. This is very commonly found in patients with allergies. Anti-histamine eye drops will offer relief. If the cyst is bothering you and doesn't seem to be going away, your ophthalmologist can help.
The very best of wishes for good health! ...Read more
I have a clear like gel bubble on my eyeball that has swollen up, turned red, and is starting to hurt.?
Eye: You should check it out today either with an eye doctor or in an emergency room. ...Read more
I noticed a clear bubble on the white of my eye. Not itching, no redness or discomfort. Will it just go away?
Maybe: You R describing a conjunctival cyst, which are often small & asymptomatic, but can enlarge to become quite irritating, even painful, if the cornea dries out (dellen). They are often left alone. They can disappear. You may use artificial tears to soothe, & if your eyes are itchy, try Zaditor™. If your eye is irritated, have an Eye MD take a look at it & help you with additional management. ...Read more
I have gas bubbles in my eye for 4 weeks now, and I still cannot see, can you tell me what can cause this? Will I be ok?
I have what looks like an air bubble in my left eyelid it looks like it comes from the back of my eyeball what could it be?
I have fluid bubble in the white of my eye. It is slightly irritated because of the bubble.. It came about suddenly. Any idea?
Mucin cyst: Most likely a cyst in one of the mucus producing glands in the conjunctiva, the thin transparent membrane over the white sclera. These are generally of no significance and most go away without treatment. But, to be sure, you should consult an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
I have tiny bubble inside the my eye on water line..... It disappear after one day and appear one month two months later tell. Reason?
Pretty common: Your eye lids have glands that make tears. They drain through little pores and get reabsorbed near that bump by the nose. That is why you can taste eye drops. Sometimes the pore gets plugged and forms a little blister. It is not serious. ...Read more
Got this small small white bubble in eye waterline (bottom line)today. Not red. What is this? Will it get big? Help me please. What should I do
Can it cause eye damage? If I do as hobby miniature very small mosaic work, I had retinophexy may 9 the bubble is gone nd have catarat in 1 eye
No: Use your eyes to your heart's content. ...Read more
Cleaning my shower and splashed scrubbing bubbles bathroom cleaner in my eye mixed with water. I flushed my eye with water. Should I be worried?
See your doctor: This cleaner contains strong chemical irritants. You did the right thing by flushing the eye, but you need to see your ophthalmologist right away to rule out more serious injury and to get appropriate treatment if necessary. Good luck! ...Read more