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Far Object Clearly
Evaluation: You most likely need eyeglass correction. You can get the prescription from your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
See ophthalmologist: 'floaters' can have a variety of causes, some of which need treatment. Please see an ophthalmologist as soon as possible. ...Read more
What to do if I am unable to see far objects clearly for the last three yrs. I have etching eyes very often and sometimes the?
Need to see: Eye doctor for an examination to determine the cause. ...Read more
How to improve eye sight? Like what should I eat or do excerise of eye so that I can able to see far object clearly. My eye power is -1.25 in both eye
Ortho-K: I'm not aware of anything you can eat or do as exercise to decrease myopia. However, ortho keratology (ortho k) is a temporary reshaping of cornea that might help in mild cases. Check out http://www. Allaboutvision. Com/contacts/orthok. Htm & http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/orthokeratology for some info. You'll need to see an optometrist who specializes in this. There's nothing wrong w/glasses or contac. ...Read more
My eye sight is very weak. I can't see far objects without my glasses. How can I cure my eyes so that I can see far objects clearly?
13 yr grl need glasses to see distant objects clearly. Every year eye check up shows reduction in vision n increased lens power. Any way to stop this?
Toxicity: You may harm yourself with nonfood items you are strongly motivated to ingest. Additionally, these nonfood items may be toxic to your body and do not help the underlying disorder. ...Read more
Should I be concerned that my 4 mo old (2 1/2 mo adjusted) is hitting all milestones but is not reaching for objects yet?
Use corrected age: For attainment of milestones. Encourage prone position for play, putting a bright toy in front of baby, then to each side to promote getting head up 90 degrees at 2 months, head & chest up at 4 months. Physical & occupational therapists at your state's Early Intervention Program can give you tips during an assessment, http://www. Health. Ny.gov/community/infants_children/early_intervention/, ...Read more
Unclear: How old are you? Do you have other symptoms or fine motor difficulties? Any gross motor difficulties? Are you anxious? Is there weakness in your hand? One hand more than the other? Anything make it worse or better? Could be neurological, anxiety, muscular. Are you older and have a neurological condition? Do you have diabetes and peripheral neuropathy making it hard to feel objects? ...Read more
Learned Association: You can learn to calm yourself with many different types of objects. Don't limit yourself to visual stimuli; you can use sounds, especially music, scents, tastes, or tactile sensations, like holding a polished rock. To teach yourself to associate calm with these things, focus on them while you are feeling calm and relaxed. Then when you are upset, you can use the objects to help you feel calm. ...Read more
Speech: Use of unrelated words which are clearly articulated might occur as part of a thought disorder. If the words used sound like the word that was intended that might be due to malapropism. ...Read more
Pin hole effect: Squinting narrows the opening of your eye and blocks off light rays coming from the side but allows those coming straight to the eye to enter the eye without being refracted (derviated). This creates a pin hole effect -like you are peeping through a tiny hole. ...Read more
< 1 years: Infants begin to associate words with objects within the first months of life. The more the parents speak to their baby, the more language the baby will acquire. Most babies know who 'mama' is long before they can say the word. Receptive language can be enhanced by talking with your baby. Describe everthing that you say and do with your child and his receptive language will quickly grow. ...Read more
Morning vision: It is common for our eyes to take a while to focus in the morning. First, we may have a build-up of mucous that has to be cleared by blinking; then you have to focus the lens of your eye, which has been resting all night; you might also be affected by allergies in your eyes overnight. Finally, your head is often fuzzy on awakening, so you don't interpret what you see as well till you really wake u. ...Read more
???: Describe your problem. What exactly are you experiencing? Give some examples. ...Read more
Med eval. What is: The quality of your sleep. Start with good sleep hygiene. Retire ; rise same time each day. Keep bedroom dark ; cool ; use only for sex ; sleep. Turn off tv. No naps. Exercise regularly but not in late evening. No caffeine for 6 hrs ; no alcohol or tobacco w/i 2 hrs of sleep. Keep dinner moderate sized ; finish at least 2 to 3 hrs before sleep. Can try warm milk, chamomile tea or melatonin along w. ...Read more
Developmental term: This term is used to describe the developmental ability infants have to reach out with their hand for an object in front of them. This skill usually comes between 4-6 months of age. ...Read more
Mirage: Its a mirage efffect due to reflection of suns rays. ...Read more
Bowel injury risk: If someone consumes a single magnetic object, this would not be a problem (at least as it relates to magnets). But if they were to consume multiple objects, these could potentially pull together while in separate loops of bowel, causing obstruction, or lead to erosion between the loops of bowel. ...Read more
Repeat: Most times this is due to technical issues with the mammogram and a repeat can handle the problem. Occasionally, with very dense breasts, the images are not easily interpreted. In these cases, digital imaging can help and sometimes an MRI is necessary if there is some suspicion of a problem ...Read more
Unknown: Really depends on why you had the revision---if the central flap is clear--vision should return in just a week or two. ...Read more