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Is It Recommended That A Person Wears Glasses All The Time
It depends: Depending on the reason for the glasses, you may be better wearing them full-time. If you are nearsighted (can see close but not far), you may only need glasses for driving. If you are farsighted, you may need the glasses all the time. And if you are a child, you should wear glasses full-time. Special cicumstances, like lazy eye, would be much better with constant glasses wear. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sons eye is red .. Only half the eye..Its not itchy or no puss... He wears glasses but not all the time and its only one eye.. Not sure what is?
Subconj. Hemorrhage: Mostly like a subconjunctival hemorrhage which is like a bruise on the white part of the eye. Because the skin is thick, a bruise looks bluish, but because the outer covering of the eye is thin, it looks blood red. Usually takes 2 to 3 weeks to resolve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many reasons: Your vision might be lowered due to uncorected need for eyeglasses but there is a long list of things which might cause a lowered vision. Some of these are progressive and need treatment. The inheritance of eyeglasses need is fuzzy and so you could have this even though mom and dad don't. Best to see you ophthalmologist to sort this out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If someone wears glasses of weaker number..a little lesser number.. Like -3.45 instead of like -4..does that affect eyesight??or Make eyes weaker??
How does a girl who is 12 years old and weighs 90 pounds, who wears glasses get better eyesight? Will she eventually not need glasses from doing this?
It depends: Glasses are given to children for many reasons. Sometimes it is for eye crossing or to help fix a "lazy eye" or amblyopia. Many of these children "outgrow" their glasses when they become teens due to eye growth. Many do not. Most children with significant nearsightedness or astigmatism will always need optical correction to see optimally. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal for the white of a 2 year olds eyes to have a blue tint. My 2 year old has medical issues and she wears glasses and we just noticed this?
May be abnormal: Usually if a patient notices that their eyes become lighter or more cloudy/white then that could mean that some of the normally clear reflective parts of the eye have become cloudy. This could include the cornea (edema)or lens (cataract) or vitreous/retina. This should be checked with an eye doctor to rule these things out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Time for Appt: I did some research as I haven't had a patient ask me this question before. White Dot Syndrome appears to match your question. It is an inflammation on the inside anatomy of the eye. I would recommend seeing an Ophthalmologist for a full eye exam to determine the cause. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_dot_syndromes ...Read more
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