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Dying The Whites Of Your Eyes
Irritate: The what of the blow dryer could have an irritating effect on the skin around the eyes both from the heat and hot air. If this is concern be careful how you use blow dryer, facing it away from the face. If there symptoms that do not respond to conservative compresses and eye drops you should see eye doctor for reassurance. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My dad is 92 &dying. They've taken him off everything but liquid morphine.It's been7days like this. Eyes always open.How long can he hang on like this?
sinusitis for past 12 yrs.severe pain behind eyes 90% of the time.Mucus comes from nose when i press my eyes.Cant even read.Feel like dying often?
Husband is 70 felt bad for 4 days sleeping a lot trouble breathing has glassy look to eyes today. Could he be in the dying process. I am worried!
I think that info.: You provided was for yourself & not your husband. So, i'm sorry but there is no context in which to assess the picture. Does he have respiratory or cardiac problems? Is he receiving palliative care due to a terminal condition? The best thing to do if you fear he is dying is for him to see a physician. You can provide more clarifying information regarding situation & re-ask this question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Raw chicken got in my eye. I rinsed my eye out but my whole eye hurts. It's not red or anything. Am I dying?
Rinse eye out: Splashing clean water on your face will clearly help. I understand you are worried about the campylobacter bacteria that can be found in raw poultry, however, infection with enough bacteria to cause more than a bit of diarrhea is extremely rare. More questions? www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Think I'm dying have so many symptoms, left arm ache,fingers swell in mornings,headaches,stomach pain,chest pain,calf pain,eye pain,numbness in toes?
Hmm... depends: On why you think they're not bright. The sclera (white part of eyeball) can be yellow, due to liver disease. The conjuntiva which covers the sclera can get infected or irritated, and appear red (conjuntivitis). Blue sclerae = bone/connective tissue disorder. Otherwise, an ophthalmologist should assess the eyes but please don't put anything in your eyes to do this on your own! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mean conjunctiva?: The white part of the eye is sclera. It is covered by: first a layer called tenon then the most superficial layer conjunctiva. Swelling of the sclera is rare and more dangerous. Swelling of conjunctiva is called chemosis. It can happen with allergy, trauma including post operation, infection, foreign bodies ; a number of other causes. If you suspect you have that you must see an eye md. ...Read more
Uncertain: Rarely blue sclera is caused by osteogenesis imperfecta (many subtypes), Ehlers Danlos syndrome, & and Marfans syndrome to name a few. If you are concerned that you may have blue sclera, it would be important to have a comprehensive opththalmological examination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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