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Could glaucoma eye pressure test be done before eye dilation?

Could glaucoma eye pressure test be done before eye dilation?

Yes: Intraocular pressure should always be measured prior to dilation as it typically increases a little after dilation, especially when monitoring for glaucoma. There are a few conditions where it may be checked after and eye doctors will typically recheck pressures after dilation to ensure accuracy of their technician, but as a rule, this should be documented prior to dilation. ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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High eye pressure (intraocular pressure), what to do?

High eye pressure (intraocular pressure), what to do?

Follow MD advice: I am assuming that you were evaluated by an ophthalmologist (not an optometrist) and elevation of the pressure was noted. You will then be advised of eyedrops and other measures to lower the pressure to the normal range. Mostly these measures are quite effective. ...Read more

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Should glaucoma eye pressure test be done before your eyes are dilated?

Should glaucoma eye pressure test be done before your eyes are dilated?

Usually: Before dilation, most eye doctors will evaluate the front part of your eye to see if you are at risk for angle closure, and check your eye pressure at that point. There are times, though, when we recheck pressure following dilation to see if it changes, and in a low risk patient (e.g. Not at risk for angle closure), it is not unreasonable to check after dilation. ...Read more

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Travatan has lowered eye pressure in glaucoma 40% but i'm very afraid of possible eye color change. Could cosopt also lower pressure 40%?

Travatan has lowered eye pressure in glaucoma 40% but i'm very afraid of possible eye color change. Could cosopt also lower pressure 40%?

Do not worry: Travatan is very effective at lowering pressure with almost no side effects, but more importantly can help prevent vision loss from glaucoma by lowering the pressure. The eye color change is rare, and might occur with long term use in people with blue eyes and a hazel center. The hazel part might appear darker or larger over a long period of time. Cosopt is ok, but has more side effects. ...Read more

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Can sinus pressure cause blurry vision in one eye?

Can sinus pressure cause blurry vision in one eye?

See an eye doctor.: It depends on the cause of what you are calling "sinus pressure." blurry vision in one eye is not normal. You must see an eye doctor for a full exam. ...Read more

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My mother have no eye vision because of open angle glaucoma.she uses drops to control eyes pressure.she forgot pour eyedrops after that no vision.

Unlikely : Glaucoma usually causes visual loss over decades. Is sounds like your mother had end stage glaucoma which just ran its course although more quickly due to non compliance taking her glaucoma medication. ...Read more

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Can having sinus congestion affect glaucoma pressure in an eye?

Can having sinus congestion affect glaucoma pressure in an eye?

No: Glaucoma is caused by increased eye pressure this is not connected to sinus presssure. ...Read more

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Can having sinus congestion affect glaucoma pressure in an eye?

Not really: Sinus congestion can be quite unpleasant but the pressure in the sinus is not transmitted to the eye. These are separate and independent problems. ...Read more

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I always had perfect vision. Sudden vision loss in one eye. Pressure on eye. Glaucoma or optic neuritis?

Many causes: Get to your specialist eye md right away. Acute glaucoma is painful with steamy vision before the blindness, so unlikely in your case. Optic neuritis, retinal vein occlusion, retinal detachment, stroke, migraine headache, vitreous hemorrhage, retinal hemorrhage and other causes can all be serious. ...Read more

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Does the eye drop brimonidine cause low blood pressure?

Does the eye drop brimonidine cause low blood pressure?

No: The absorption of this medication from the eye when used as directed, does not introduce enough into the circulation to affect the blood pressure. ...Read more

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Which eye drops prevent glaucoma pain?

Which eye drops prevent glaucoma pain?

Glaucoma not painful: If you have glaucoma, and have pain, then the cause is something else than the glaucoma. The only painful glaucoma comes from acute angle closure glaucoma or advanced hemorrhagic glaucoma. The most common glaucomas are painless. If you have pain, discuss this with your ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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Which eye drops prevent glaucoma pain?

Which eye drops prevent glaucoma pain?

See Ophthalmologist: Glaucoma is pressure in your eye above a normal level and can permanently damage your vision. It is usually not painful (chronic open angle glaucoma) but can be with closed angle glaucoma. See an Ophthalmologist for an exam to diagnose and treat correctly. ...Read more

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I'm ocular hypertensive, iop at base 16 (controlled). Does weightlifting increase eye pressure? What about normal breathing vs valsalva maneuver?

Yes but . .: Weightlifting, breath holding and being upside down will cause an increase in the pressure in the eye temporarily. So also will rubbing the eyes and any other activity which puts actual pressure on the eye. These effects are temporary and your having controlled glaucoma should not be an issue. Pressure has to be elevated for a long time to cause damage. ...Read more

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Does sinus pressure cause blurred vision in one eye?

Does sinus pressure cause blurred vision in one eye?

No: Blurring in one eye is typically a problem (from front to back of the visual system) with the tear film, cornea, anterior chamber, lens, vitreous, retina, orbit, optic nerve, and any connection to the visual cortex. Sinus fullness doesn't directly affect vision. ...Read more

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Dr. Sandra Lora Cremers
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Eye Pain (Definition)

Depends on further explanation by history and findings on evaluation and examination. An ophthalmologist can resolve this issue ...Read more