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Is It Normal For My Contacts To Make Me Look Like I Have A Lazy Eye
When I go to my eye exam, does it make a difference if I only a little bit of sleep or have tired eyes?
My vision has been turning yellow toned and white toned and not letting me see much detail for a month now . My eye doctor told me that he could see nothing wrong but this isnt normal I used to have perfect vision until one morning I wokeup and it looked
When i wake up my eye is what you could say "glued shut" by those "eye boogers". My eye is red too could I have an eye infection if so what kind?
How can I correct my vision if my cornea is starting to get thin and long. I went to go see a doctor to see if lasik surgery would help correct my vision and he said that no because i was developing a condition on my left eye that is causing my cornea to
It : It sounds like you may have a problem called keratoconus. If that is the case, you should not have any surgery that involves changing the shape of your cornea. The implantable contact lens is the way to go. Find a certified surgeon in phoenix and go for a consultation for this surgery. The cornea is untouched, and a lens implant is gently inserted in your eye to correct your vision. This would be safe for the problem that you described. More info here:. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
My right eye won't look up and is very sore. I can get it to focus if i try but it hurts. What should I do? I spent a long weekend that included sleep deprivation. I looked in the mirror a even through my double vision i can see that my left eye looks up
My ophthalmologist told me that a corneal transplant would not get me to 20/20 vision and it would take a year to see out if it. Y have i heard diff?
Depends: On what your problem is and why you need the transplant. Many problems are now treated with partial transplants which have very rapid visual recovery. Other problems require traditional complete transplants and it is true that it can take many months for vision to get as good as it's going to get. A year is on the long side. Send some more details and i'll give you a more precise answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Just got my eyes checked and the doctor says I have a hole in my right eye. I can see fine but he wants me to see a retinal surgeon. How serious is this? How does this happen?
It seems whenever i look through my right eye, all i see is a purple blur. What do I do/what is happening to me?
Needs evaluation: I am guessing that a short time ago the right eye could see well. And that the blur has appeared over the last several weeks ( i hope not longer). There are many causes but most relate to either the retina or the optic nerve since apparently your eye is not red, painful or had a history of trauma. You need to see an ophthalmologist right away to get this diagnosed. ...Read more
What to do if I have been having really dry eyes for 2 years now. Thatsee a doctor so i could get some special eye drops?
Dry eyes: Often respond to regular dosing of artificial tears. If you are having persistent symptoms, then you should see your ophthalmologist to make sure there is nothing else contributing to your symptoms. Also, he/she will be able to prescribe other types of drops or other medications to help. ...Read more
I have brown eyes, it is possible for me to get blue eyes? I heard that there is a possible surgery for this. Can i possibly get it?
I have hooded eyes, makes my eyes look swollen and it looks like they're full of fluid. Why? Is there anything I can do to help it? Thank you.
Ptosis: Ptosis (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001018.htm) refers to droopy eyelids. Because there are potentially many causes, you need to see your Ophthalmologist for complete evaluation & then to discussion appropriate treatment options, one of which is blepharoplasty or lid lift, especially if interferes w/vision. ...Read more
Do i need to fix my lazy eye? When i don't wear my glasses (pretty often), my lazy eye drifts sometimes and i get double vision. Is there something i need to do about this?
Things to ponder: When you don't wear your glasses & you start having double vision, your brain doesn't like it. Keep it up and your brain can decide to turn off the eye causing the double vision. If it happens often enough you can loose some vision permanently. Work with your eye doc to keep your eyes in the best shape possible. Wear your glasses or get surgery. What you are doing now could cause long term harm. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My pupil in my rjght eye gets really large and my vision goes very blurry I think it may be Aries pupil what treatment is there ?&what doctor do I see
Hi, I noticed a weird lesion in my 3 yrs old daughter's lower eyelid about a week ago. the pediatrician said it's a stye, but I feel that it doesn't look like a stye , can you please take a look at the photo and tell me what you think?
Wrong site: The public HealthTap site is designed to provide general medical advise.The docs on the site are not able to review any lab,pictures, files,etc. that you may want to submit.It is also not a chat room, so we cannot review any prior or future submissions.There is a paid concierge service where you locate a physician willing to do a private consultation.Please consult the site information for directi ...Read more
Is there anyway my eyesight can get better on it's own? I see blurry from far and blurry close. You have to be really close for me to see. I wear Glasses
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