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How safe is ortho k treatment for nearsighted eyes?

How safe is ortho k treatment for nearsighted eyes?

Mostly: Ortho k is a systemic of molding mildly myopic eyes to correct the vision by wearing a series of too flat hard lenses which push the center of the eye inwards. It is a tradeoff since to maintain any improvement, you have to wear a "keeper" lens at night. It was developed as a way to keep non-professionals like optometrists in the vision correction game. It reverses when you stop the lenses. ...Read more

Dr. Tim Conrad
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Holding Objects Closer To Read (Definition)

Nearsightedness is a symptom where a person has trouble seeing clearing faraway objects. ...Read more


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What are complication in using lasik ?And what other option for myopia treatment?

What are complication in using lasik ?And what other option for myopia treatment?

Option use glasses: Lasik surgery is relatively safe and effective surgery , if you are undergoing such surgery you have to take time , find pros and cons of such procedure and go to the best centers not to the mills, ask the surgeon for possible complications not simple flares , refractive errors , but requiting corneal transplantation, flap problems , infection etc these are rare but can happen. ...Read more

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I'm 46 yo with pathologic myopia. Recently my prescription jumped from -17 to -20! any treatment to stop/reverse it?

I'm 46 yo with pathologic myopia. Recently my prescription jumped from -17 to -20! any treatment to stop/reverse it?

Malignant myopia: Is associated with progressive increase in nearsighted correction, sometimes to a level that you are experiencing. Usually, the prescription doesn't progress that much at your age. You should have your ophthalmologist evaluate you to make sure that you're not developing cataracts. They can also cause progressive myopic changes. ...Read more

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What to do if I'm 46 yo with pathologic myopia. recently my prescription jumped from -17 to -20! can any treatment stop/reverse it?

What to do if I'm 46 yo with pathologic myopia. recently my prescription jumped from -17 to -20! can any treatment stop/reverse it?

Pathologic Myopia: This high degree of myopia is generally because of two reasons. A staphyloma in the retina which is an outpouching in the back, making the eye effectively longer, or keratoconus, a disorder in the cornea. A rigid gas permeable contact lens can be used or, if you qualify, an intraocular contact lens (ICL) can be placed. You would need to see an ophthalmologist that has experience with placing ICLs. ...Read more

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In a huge dilemma due to diverse opinions - symptomatic(floaters) lattice deg(top+bottom)+no tear/hole/break+high myopic(-7.5d). Requires treatment?

In a huge dilemma due to diverse opinions - symptomatic(floaters) lattice deg(top+bottom)+no tear/hole/break+high myopic(-7.5d). Requires treatment?

Retina issues: Getting multiple opinions can be very scary as often mds disagree! if you have a family history of retinal detachment, you should be treated. If no, you can observe close with your eyemd. If you have a PVD (which i doubt) it also decreases your risk. If you have a high risk job, then you should be treated; if not, you can observe likely. Flight insurance if you travel. Info:eyedoc2020.Blogspot.Com. ...Read more

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High myopic, have multiple lattice degen of retina with micro holes and floaters (no treatment needed). Can I do swimming n other cardio exercises?

High myopic, have multiple lattice degen of retina with micro holes and floaters (no treatment needed). Can I do swimming n other cardio exercises?

Yes: From your question it appears you have had these seen by a retinal specialist. Yes your risk is a little higher than the average for retinal detachment but it usually takes a solid hit to loosen the retina around these weaker points. You certainly can swim and cardio exercises should be no problem. The greater risk would be if you got in an auto accident on the way to the gym. ...Read more

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What are the possible side-effects of lasik treatment for myopia? I want to correct my myopia with lasik surgery, but i’m worried about complications. What are the potential risks of lasik, and how common do complications occur?

What are the possible side-effects of lasik treatment for myopia? I want to correct my myopia with lasik surgery, but i’m worried about complications. What are the potential risks of lasik, and how common do complications occur?

Lasik: Lasik risks include dry eye, glare & haloes, infection, corneal scarring, flap problems, need for enhancement, decreased vision, and other issues. The risk of these issues is uncommon and vision threatening complications are incredibly rare. ...Read more

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What treatment or surgery can I do to correct a myopia-refraction error?

What treatment or surgery can I do to correct a myopia-refraction error?

LASIK surgery: Results from lask ( laser assisted in situ keratomileusis ) surgery , by resurfacing cornea, myopia could be corrected, with goodresults. ...Read more

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Prophylactic laser treatment for preventing rd (in presence of lattice) in case of myopia greater than 3d not beneficial?

Prophylactic laser treatment for preventing rd (in presence of lattice) in case of myopia greater than 3d not beneficial?

Not useful: Lattice is an area of weakness but not an actual detachment. Laser would add some extra stress in the area but is unlikely to prevent detachment. The actual incidence of detachment in the presence of lattice is no known as most cases of lattice are not detected and therefore the percentage that go on to detachment is just a guess. ...Read more

Dr. James Hocker
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Phytotherapy (Definition)

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