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Eye Worried Spider
Excuse me i was bitten by what i believe to be a tiny spider perhaps about the size of a needle head or abit bigger. should i be worried or concerned? i'm from the us in georgia.
Maybe: If you can see where the spider bitch you are there's any reactions and I would recommend a video conference on telemedicine if there's no reaction at all within 24 hours usually with a little spider bite you don't have to see anybody. The brown recluse spider bite she was a tiny spider and can cause local serious problems ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I accidentally stepped on a daddy long leg barefooted. The head was stuck to my foot all night. Should I be worried about the spider's poison?
No: This arachnid is not a spider. It is in the order Opiliones. Opiliones is a distinct order that is not closely related to spiders within the order Arachnida. It doesn't contain poison glands and it's fangs are too short and its mouth too round and small to bite a human and therefore is not dangerous. ...Read more
See your doctor now: If you are experiencing blindness, this is an emergency. You need to go to the nearest er. ...Read more
Had Eyefield test,retinal exam and omph says eyes r healthy, despite i see moving tiny bugs connected with spider nets(on daylight,white surface)help?
Entoptics: You are seeing a normal phenomenon. When you defocus and look at a clear sky, or uniform white wall or something similar, you will notice ghostly spots rapidly moving in and out of the edge of the central vision on a network like a spider web. These are your white cells in the blood circulation at the back of the eye. Seeing them indicates excellent eye health. ...Read more
A physical web?: If you got a portion of an actual web woven by a spider, it will be gone with the normal eye flushing activity. If the spider web is something that you notice from the interior of the eye, then you need to see an ophthalmologist right away. ...Read more
See eye doctor ASAP: Don't delay! The venom can cause a very nasty inflammatory ocular condition. Seek immediate care. ...Read more
White Crab Spider: http://www.uglyhedgehog.com/t-76078-1.html Supposedly they have a very painful bite, but are not particularly poisonous to humans. They hunt for their prey somewhat passively, and are said to have excellent eyesight. ...Read more
Just like swelling: From sprained ankle, ice for first24-48 hours. Watch for infection, hot and painful to touch! ...Read more
See your eye dr: Spider bites can cause pretty sever localized allergic reactions and on few occasions infections. Otc Claritin (loratadine) or other antihistamines may help, but you can also see you ophthalmologist who can give you drops or ointments that will help you to feel better quicker, as well as make sure there is no infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Right after complete eye and retina exam,the very next day grey tiny bugs connected with spider nets started flowing around my eyes. What is this?
Floaters...again!: Luckily, as we mentioned before, if your retinal exam was normal, you are AOK. It's floaters in your visual axis. Once they settle down, you'll be fine, or when your brain cancels them out. They are more noticeable on a blue sky, or against a white wall/desk. So, be well. Your optic nerve is doing well. Floaters are a nuisance! ...Read more
I have eye floaters. They are like tiny bugs and spider nets and move up and down,left and right. I can also see them with my eyes closed.is it normal?
I have a spider vein under my right eye and i tend to touch my eyes a lot. Can touching it make it get worse?
I have spider angiomas, two underneath my eyes and one on my pinky finger. What could be causing this and how are they treated?
Spider veins/angioma: Most spider angiomas aren't related to other disease; some are caused by thyroid disease, pregnancy, liver disease, etc. They are caused by dilated veins beneath the skin. The two main treatment options are sclerotherapy (substance injected in vein to clot it) and vascular laser treatments. You may requires several sessions of either to make them go away. http://www.smacboca.com/vein_removal.html. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi. My 5 n half months old baby have spider vein on her top eye lid. Plz tell me whether its normal or not? Sometimes she watch tv.
Hemangiomas: Capillary hemangiomas are quite common in young babies. They are usually present at birth at the nape of the neck and/or over the eyelids, are flat, and increase in redness when crying. These are not dangerous and generally fade away after several months. New lesions, those that bulge out or cause restriction in movement should be evaluated by a physician and/or dermatologist. ...Read more