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For 7 years im taking brimonidine opthamolic and pred-forte for uveitis. How long can I take these without risks? I just received a warning on brimon.
Ask your doctor: This is an important question about a specialized problem. Your ophthalmologist is the best person to answer this question. You should not stop the medicines without his or her advice. ...Read more
Right pupil larger, espec. On waking, then back to normal. Opthamo said eyes good and pupils were even, months ago, but still very noticeable at times?
Hello! I've had bilateral monocular diplopia for 16 years, but I also have intermittent binocular diplopia, when things get too close to me. At these times, the image switches between the two, making me nauseous. After 12 years of visiting the opthalmolog
Can't Answer: Please rephrase question that needs to be answered. Cannot answer the question in the information provided. ...Read more
Can celexa (citalopram) make pupils dfrnt sizes? Neuro/opthomol. See no issues, clean MRI. Anisocoria started when panic disorder did and after starting meds
No eye doctor sees anything wrong with my eyes but, honestly my vision is just odd very foggy looking anything I can do please? I went to 5 ophtamolo
Yes: Make sure you are seeing a specialist who has experience with this operation. All surgeries have risks, and your surgeon can and shoudl discuss these with you. However, with an experienced surgeon this surgery has a high likelihood of improving the problem with a relatively low risk of complications. ...Read more
If Graves Opthamology is suspected, and TSH levels begin to fall again after a year on methimiazole is surgery a better option than radioactive iodine?
After blood vein occlusion in the eye, how long can a person expect swelling in the eye ball after healing? (diagnosis: cystoid macular degenerative / venous tributary occlusion) the occlusion happened over a year ago and I have been under a ophthamolo
You: You need to take this list of questions to the doctor who is doing your injections. It is certainly reasonable for you to know what the long term plan is, as well as the prognosis for your eye specifically. Unfortunately, the research shows that patients with swelling cannot just heal on their own. And having the injections every 6 weeks is definitely better than letting the swelling get worse, and possibly cause permanent damage to your vision. ...Read more
Had eye surgery (lens transplant) was given 250 mg methylpred iv, now on AcetaZOLAMIDE pills 250 mg, azarga timolol opthamolic. Feel weak. Heart slow.
Opthamology question: what can be done to slow progression of low pressure glaucoma? Thanks. My mother cannot see out of her right eye due to a failed cornea transplant. Now doctors have confirmed low pressure glaucoma in left eye, so she is slowly goi
Difficult to treat: Low tension glaucoma (ltg) can be difficult to diagnose and effectively treat because the underlying cause of optic nerve damage is not clear. We know that lowering the ocular pressure has a protective effect. This can be achieved through drops or office laser procedures. Ltg patients may also be at risk due to non-ocular conditions such as nocturnal hypotension and vascular perfusion problems. ...Read more