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Eye Accommodation Disorder
A little bit: The motion of the iris against the underlying fibers that support the lens (zonules) rubs off the pigment from the back of the iris which is the basis for pigmentary dispersion. A little bit comes off with everyday normal use and it can be accelerated with athletic pursuits. As long as your ophthalmologist feels that the internal eye pressure is not being increased, this is ok. ...Read more
Immediately on takin first dose 10mg omeprazole got chills, frequent urination, bone, joint pain, eye accommodation problem, difficulty finding way, rash,?
May not be the drug: It takes a little bit of time to achieve a blood level of a drug after its ingestion. If your constellation of symptoms occurred within seconds ("immediately") upon swallowing the pill, another contributor may be at play here. ...Read more
In half hour on takin first dose 10mg omeprazole got chills, frequent urination, bone, joint pain, eye accommodation problem, difficulty finding way, rash,?
Be evaluated soon...: By the sequence of events, you are obligated to be checked for possible acute allergic reactions to omeprazole. Don't wish to wait out. ...Read more
Not quite: Many diseases can be diagnosed or hinted at from an examination of the eyes. But there are many others not reflected in the eyes. The principal issue is vascular changes in the back of the eye and alterations in the structure of the eye. ...Read more
Many, many: We doctors have only 400 letters in which to answer questions. A broad question like this cannot be answered in that space. Ask a specific question. There are thousands of eye diseases and symptoms. ...Read more
Many: The major ones are cataracts, glaucoma and diabetic eye changes. But many systemic diseases have eye manifestations. The eyes can be traumatized, infected and inflicted with allergic problems. Disease can affect the nerves to the eyes and the muscles of the eyes. Auxiliary components of the eye can be affected like tear flow, lid function and of course cancer can originate or travel to the eye ...Read more
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For Infections: Milflox is a brand name for moxifloxacin, which is an antibiotic. It is related to other antibiotics in a family known as fluoroquinolones, of which Cipro (ciprofloxacin) might be the most well known. It is used to treat bacterial infections including bacterial (not viral) conjunctivitis and corneal ulcers. ...Read more
Harmful: Severe eye trauma can cause orbital fractures, ruptured globes, traumatic optic neuropathy or avulsion, hyphemas, angle recession glaucoma, macular holes, retinal tears or dialyses, cataracts or zonular dehiscence, traumatic iritis, corneal abrasions, iris sphincter tears, commotio or heme, etc. ...Read more
Possible unlikely: While it is possible to transmit certain communicable diseases through direct contamination of the eye with infected bodily fluids, the risk is low. If you are concerned, you need to see your medical doctor asap to get tested. ...Read more
Several: Common eye disorders with home treatment remedies include dry eyes, eyelid irritations, ; allergy- related eye conditions. These conditions are often similarly treated with artificial tears, eyelid warm compresses followed by lid cleansing ; massage with baby shampoo. Additionally, for the itchy symptoms, otc antihistamine eye drops are available. ...Read more
No and no: Lyme is spread to humans by tick bites. ...Read more
Several types: Astigmatism is common, and is when the cornea is not the same roundness all the way around (it is a little flatter in one direction, like the surface of a football). Keratoconus is when the center of the cornea points outward too much, and cornea plana is when the cornea is too flat. ...Read more
If you have double: vision with both eyes open, binocular diplopia, see an ophthalmologist soon. In infants & kids, eye muscle weakness (es) can cause the eyes not to converge on the same target, with or without other disorders. Adult-onset diplopia can be from a variety of systemic illnesses, medications, corneal irregularities, very dry eyes or prior eye surgery. See your primary physician for this problem. Also. ...Read more
When experiencing symptoms of Schizoaffective disorder and depression can your eyes move by themself?
My eye caruncle color is going abnormal day by day and the redness is spreading throughout the eyes, there was and disorder since one year,?
Eye exam: Please see an ophthalmologist for ongoing evaluation and therapy. ...Read more
Crohn's disease at age 27? I can't figure out why my eyes are always red. It's not allergies and I can't figure it out. How do I rule this out?
Hello. Please I just want to know if what kind of disease with a symptoms feel tired in the eyes and like heavy with some red and yellow colour, ?
Liver ; bile produce: Yellow coler, and red may be that your eyes are inflamed. Time to go to the eye doctor for a check up, and s/he will refer other doctors needed if it's pointing to the liver system. Pay attention to what you've been eating lately, and whether you've had GI problems, or even liver problems. ...Read more
I've just been diagnosed with PIC eye disease. Seems like a rare condition with only little information. How many persons worldwide suffer from PIC?
PIC: Punctate inner choroidopathy (PIC)is difficult to estimate due to the wide spectrum of signs, symptoms and severity associated with the condition. One study by Brown and colleagues estimates that the national incidence (in the US) of PIC would be approximately 100–200 cases per year. There is limited information available about the incidence and/or prevalence of PIC worldwide. ...Read more
I've been diagnosed with autoimmune disorder in my right eye with melting. What are the causes of autoimmune disorder and melting? And what is melting?
Nonspecific: You need to discuss this issue with your ophthalmologist or rheumatologist. Melting is not a medical term and as such means nothing to us. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with sjrogen's disease and want to know how is this treated as the symptoms I have are different than the main ones-dryness of eyes and mouth.?
Dry eyes are common: Sjogren's is typically dry eyes, dry mouth and possibly arthritis. It is an autoimmune condition where the lacrimal gland is invaded by autoimmune cells, causing moderate to severe dryness. I usually start Restasis eye drops twice daily to help prevent worsening. Talk to your eye doctor if this seems appropriate for you. ...Read more