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Usually signifies a benign tumor or growth on the outside of the eyelids or surface of the eye. It could also be something like a pigmented spot (Nevus) inside the eye. Essentially, any abnormality on or inside the eye is described as a lesion. It would be good to see an ophthalmologist to reassure you since about 95% of "lesions" found in or around the eye ...Read more
Related?: I am guessing that you worry about getting eye dryness from having herpes on the eye. Generally these are unrelated issues so you can have them simultaneously. Herpes of the eye is treated with drops which can add eye lubrication. And if there is underlying eye dryness, after the herpes is treated, the dryness will need to be treated. ...Read more
Maybe: If your blurry vision is due to a medical problem like cataract or dry eye, and you fix the problem, then your vision may return to perfect 6/6 (20/20 in the US). If you need glasses, then only glasses, contact lenses, or refractive surgery will return you to 6/6 distance vision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not equivalent: 6/6 is the metric system equivalent of 20/20 in Snellen notation. If your eyeglasses correction is -2.00, then you will not see the 6/6 line with the uncorrected eye. If wearing -2.00 allows you to see that line, then you probably have normal, healthy eyes with a little need for optical correction only. ...Read more
Unlikely: These lesions gradually put more pressure on the eye if they break through the bone barrier between the orbit and the ethmoid sinus. This will not cause floaters although if the eye is being pushed out of position, it might cause existing floaters to be more noticeable. An ENT doctor can help with removal of this mucocoele. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Both brands have different formulations: some are just artificial tears, and some 'get the red out'. The 'red out' ones have vasoconstrictors in them that make the eye look white for a time, but don't address the reason why the eye is red in the first place (e.g., dry eye, allergic eye), and the eye vessels often bounce back to full redness after the drop wears off, especially when used daily. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Red eyes is just a sign of irritation. It is very non-specific and can be caused by numerous etiologies including eye strain. Eye strain leads to dry eyes, which could then cause red eyes. You should see an eye md for appropriate diagnosis and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Examination: Blisters are always somewhat worrisome and providing possibilities doesn't help you very much. I advise an examination by an ophthalmologist to correctly diagnose and treat. Concerns would be herpetic lesions, particularly if painful. ...Read more
What to do if a colonoscopy done - my doctor said he found "bulls eye lesions" in the intestine i does anyone know what this is?
Benign tumor: Usually signifies a benign tumor or growth on the outside of the eyelids or surface of the eye. It could also be something like a pigmented spot (Nevus) inside the eye. Essentially, any abnormality on or inside the eye is described as a lesion. It would be good to see an ophthalmologist to reassure you since about 95% of "lesions" found in or around the eye are benign (not cancerous). ...Read more
Car accident two months ago. Severe vomiting several times a day, constant pressure in head, sometimes severe left eye pain, whiplash, brain lesions?
When you get your eyes dilated can doctor see lesions? when eyes are dilated can you see behind optic nerve?
Yes and No: Yes a dilated eye examination facilitates examining the retina, it's blood vessels, optic nerve, & the vitreous humor. Any abnormalities or lesions will be identified as well. Sometimes mor sophisticated imaging techniques may also be utilized (ultrasound, optical coherence tomography, flourescein angiography). However a dilated exam will not allow viewing behind the eyeball where the optic n exit ...Read more
How does herpes in the eyes look/act, do you get lesions in the eyes, or bumps ? How do doctors test for it?
In many ways.: Herpetic lesions especially involving the eyes is a potentially very serious matter. Go see an ophthalmologist as soon as possible! ...Read more
What causes itchy lips? But no lesions on mouth sometimes causes itchy face and eyes as well sometimes only lips are itchy sometimes lorritadine helps
I get red blister-type lesions around my eyes and in meibomian glands before a flare of autoimmune disease. Are these associated with any particular d?
Rosacea blepharitis: These could be findings associated with rosacea blepharitis which is associated with the common facial skin condition acne rosacea which is not autoimmune. Lupus (autoimmune) can have a facial rash as part of the symptoms, but red blister type lesions around the eyes sounds different. See a dermatologist and/or ophthalmologist for a closer look. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 month onset of mucin producing cystic lesions below left eye. Mucin seeping from left lower eyelashes, large refilling cystic area in left nostril d?
Doctor can evaluate: A middle-aged or older adult with a skin lesion producing mucus and not healing, should see the ENT specialist to find out what it is. It might be a rare cancer called primary mucinous carcinoma of the skin, which is an extremely rare skin cancer originating from sweat glands. The cancer usually occurs on the head and neck, with a commonly involved area being the periorbital region, near the eyes. ...Read more
What could fatigue, headaches, under eye puffiness, high uric acid, weight loss and skin lesions indicate?
Fatigue wt loss: 33 M asks What could fatigue, headaches, under eye puffiness, high uric acid, weight loss and skin lesions indicate? ANS: This indicates you need to see a Dr. Give your detailed Hx of sex practices, wt loss take pictures of skin lesions, and have a careful exam. Consider: cancer, hyperthyroid, TBC, renal failure, HIV, to mention a few. Happy to do 2nd opinion to help. ...Read more
24 y/o, nearsighted female with two lesions on left eye macula. No major health issues and no family history of eye problems besides nearsightedness. Flashing and floaters began after birth of first child (did have gestational diabetes).
Brain lesions,cellulitis,vaginal ulcer,mouth pain,eye redness,IBS,joint stiffness,hashimotos,pus filled pimples on body=bechets? What helps?
You need : To see your doctor for a correct diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
What causes pressure from inside your head and severe scalp burning pain w no lesions or cuts? Please help
Headache: This can be tension, but needs to be evaluated, see your doctor. ...Read more
Am diagnosed with MS having 2 lesions on spine causing electric shock symptoms up spine into head, could i safely take hypericum to dampen pain.?
Why consider this?: Hypericum is a homeopathic remedy for anxiety and depression, and would have absolutely no effect on a Lhermitte's phenomenon, which you describe. You would likely find better benefits from gabapentin, Lyrica, Cymbalta, Gralise, or Horizant, all prescription meds which your doctor could provide. Also, make certain that you are taking a potent MS medication, such as one of the orals, or Tysabri (natalizumab). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers