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My Mother Has Broken Eye Orbit Should I Be Worried For What This Means
Need evaluation: A fracture of the eye socket- orbit- can be serious. Many of these fractures will need surgical repair as they can cause double vision or the eyeball to change position. A c/t scan is needed for proper diagnosis and to make treatment recommendations. She should be evaluated by a facial surgeon who treats these and she should have a complete eye exam by an eye doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ankle sprains: Ankle sprains are caused by an unnatural twisting or force on the ankle bones of the foot, which may result in excessive stretching or tearing of one or more ligaments on the outside of the ankle. The severity of the sprain can impact the degree of damage as well as the type and duration of treatment. If not properly treated, ankle sprains may develop into long-term problems. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sure, but wait: Sinuses are mysteries to people but they are hollow cavities that add to voice quality, but when inflamed, can cause bleeding, drainage, infectiojn, and unusually cancer:frontal, ethmoid, spenoid and maxillary describe locations. The neighboring things are sensitive and important: brain, eyes, ability to smell and taste. Some can be cured, other can be relieved. But it isn't simple. See ent/radonc. ...Read more
Lentigos or seb k's: There are two common skin spots that are often called liver spots, although neither is related to liver disease. The lentigo is like a dark freckle and can vary a lot in size and shape. They can respond to cryotherapy or bleaching. Seborrheic keratoses can look similar but are more varied in color and are usually raised. They often look warty. Cryotherapy may clear these, bleaching doesn't help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes you should worry: Huffing is a practice of inhaling chemicals found in various products such as spray paint. It reportedly produces an intoxicating effect. It is dangerous as it can cause deadly heart rhythms. Repeated use can damage the lungs, kidney and brains. Additionally, using any intoxicating substance can lead to a path of using stronger and more dangerous drugs. ...Read more
My 1 year old daughter eye keep running and i was know what can be making her eye run...Is there anything serious I should be looking for?
Two main thoughts: If her eyes have been running all her life, like since day 1, then she likely has blocked tear ducts. If they just started running recently, more likely allergies.If plugged tear ducts, massage corners of eyes by bridge of nose several times a day to try and open them up, but if not improving, may need the ducts probed by a pediatric ophthalmologist. If recent, talk to doc about allergy tx options. ...Read more
My son 16 years suddenly said that his vision is blurred and could not see from both the eyes. The doctor has asked to orbit MRI scan. Is it serious?
I am 16 yrs old and recently have noticed my right eye is going lazy, thought lazy eye is something ur born with is that true,could it be brain tumor?
Floaters: Any new floaters that do not disappear within a few hours should be seen by an eye doctor. Occasionally, when a floater develops, it tears a small blood vessel in the back of the eye, causing the blood floater. It often disappears within a few weeks. However, it could be a sign of a more serious retinal problem and should be examined immediately. ...Read more
My boyfriend is worried that it's not normal for me to be having such bad migraines that i lose sight to my right eye should I be worried or concerned?
Not very concerned.: If you have been evaluated for migraines with transient visual loss and this seems to be your stable headache pattern, I am afraid your boyfriend is wrong. Sometimes migraines can be this bad (or even worse). If your headache doctor was not concerned I am not concerned either. ...Read more
My daughter has a blood clot coming out of the spleen. What can be done about it? Should I be worried?
How do you know?: If confirmed, you should b very worried . Hope you are under the care of a good hematologist. ...Read more
My eye lid is twitching and it feels there's a pulse inside it. is that normal? should i be worried? (btw i wear glasses and this has happened before)
Ok im 31 male my right eye been twitching for 2 weeks off and on should i be worry that could be a sigh of a stroke or something?
Blepharospasm: You have blepharospasm. It is NOT a sign of a stroke. It's a common annoyance that comes and goes. Fatigue and sunlight may make it worse - use sunglasses. If it persists, there are other treatments that your eye doctor can use. Generally though, it will subside gradually on its own (and return)(and subside). ...Read more
I took my daughter to the ER for yellow eyes, they said her red blood cells.May be rupturing. What does this mean and should we be concerned?
See your doctor...: There are many causes of hemolysis, both intrinsic and extrinsic.. Intrinsic causes are generally divided into hemoglobinopathies, enzymopathies and membranopathies, where red cell destruction is favored by the given abnormality and can be exacerbated by many and varied triggers. Extrinsic causes are often immune-mediated or mechanical. Treatments vary depending on cause. May see a hematologist. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Not too much: Arterio-venous-malformation [avm] is a congenital abnormality in the blood vessels of the brain.. Very rarely there is a familial condition manifested clinical by this type of abnormalities... ...Read more
My wife left eye has done blood stains visible since morning
Not sure why it is coming. Please suggest what to do?
Conjunctivitis: It sounds like conjunctivitis, which usually is viral in nature. Sometimes bacterial. Many times it is treated with optical, topical liquid medications and antibiotics (...for example: "pink eye"). The blood could be a broken vessel that commonly occurs with minor trauma and an anticoagulant (such as aspirin or NSAID). Most resolve in 7-10 days. The worse is the first 3 days. If pain, see MD. ...Read more
Astigmatism.: Your specialist was referring to astigmatism which is a situation where your eye is not perfectly round like a basketball, but it is slightly ob-longed in one direction as in comparison to a football. This is very normal and almost every one has some amount of astigmatism, depending on how precisely you measure the difference in two different axis's. ...Read more
Evaluation needed: Albinism is an inherited condition in which pigment formation is disturbed. In ocular albinism the eyes mostly are affected producing pale eye color, light sensitivity and lowered vision. Complete albinism causes the skin to be pasty white, the iris to be pink and the hair to be pure white. The vision is always diminished in this form. An ophthalmologist should be consulted for your child. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My daughter just had a baby 10 days ago and she is complaining about not being able to see well. What could be causing this.
Meds, BP??: The first two things that come to mind are side effects from medication that she may be on for pain or changes in her blood pressure (both too high or too low) could cause vision problems. There are a few rarer things such as tiny ocular blood clots that could also cause similar symptoms. Discuss meds with doc and have BP checked and go from there. Congratulations on the new baby! ...Read more
My cousin had a brain surgery following an accident.Now his eyes are swollen and skin has turned quite dark.What could be the reason doctor? Thank you
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