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Eye Exam Make Tired Eyes
When I go to my eye exam, does it make a difference if I only a little bit of sleep or have tired eyes?
An eye exam consists of checking the vision. If this is not normal a manifest refraction is done to determine if any glasses are needed. This is the test where the patient is asked which lens is better number one or two. Then the health of the eye is evaluated with a microscope called a slit lamp. To be able to see the back of the eye, the retina, ...Read more
Had an eye exam 1 month ago. Mild astigmatism but no swelling of nerve. Still have vision problems where my eyes get tired and cant things properly.
Different issues: Astigmatism is simply an ovality of the eye which distorts the vision until corrected by glasses or contacts. Optic nerve swelling can be very serious. How did this enter the conversation with your ohthalmologist. You might have some degree of dry eyes as well. Revisit with your eye doctor to sort this out. ...Read more
Had an eye exam recently, told Doctor my right eye felt off, and tired feeling. Took a scan of eye and found a scar but what caused it not sure ?
Common: Dilation allows the ophthalmologist to view portions of the back of the eye not possible in the undilated state. Sometimes there are indications for this such as diabetes and symptoms indicating problems in the back of the eye. It is not "routine" but should be done once every few years. The ophthalmologist will usually ask if it is ok in your case since it temporarily disturbs vision. ...Read more
No: While cosmetic, colored contacts are still like other contact lenses. They must be properly fit by a licensed professional. Poor lens fit can put you at risk for corneal damage and infection. Furthermore, if you are using contact lenses of any type, regular follow-up with an eye care professional to assess the health of the ocular surface is recommended. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eye exam: By normal eye exam, i would assume you mean a refractive check up. It will help determine whether you need eyeglasses. However, a complete proper eye exam needs to be conducted by an ophthalmologist (an md) who can dilate your eyes and look at the actual lens and the back of the eye (retina). This should be an annual exam just like your annual physical. ...Read more
Swelling: Behind your eyes could mean inflammation of the retina, optic nerves or other structures in the back of your eyes. If you have questions as to the cause of this, you should notify your eye doctor. If he doesn't have the answers, then you should get second opinion from another eye doctor. ...Read more
I got an eye exam somewhat recently but i did not have my eyes dialated . I did do the optomap. What does the optomap show?
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