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Reading In Dark
Better than a candle.
Education better than ignorance!
why is the question.
Read in the daylight, or turn on the light? ...Read more
No but it will tire: Them out more quickly. Reading in dim light will not permanently affect your eye sight but you will likely not be comfortable reading for as long a duration as you would in good lighting. The best way is to position a reading light so that it shines directly onto the page. Hope this helps. .. stay well:) ...Read more
Not bad, but not: A good habit to get into either. You must be 17 years old to post on this forum. So any medical questions you have, please discuss with your pediatrician, who is the best person to answer your questions. ...Read more
Eye strain: In dark conditions, the depth of field of the eye is reduced meaning more focusing work has to be done to read. This may cause some mild eye strain but cannot cause permanent damage. ...Read more
It can be.: Many people will have some degree of misalignment between their two eyes when fatigued. This is called a phoria. It is normal. Patients will experience double vision temporarily, but should easily be able to eliminate the double vision by "refocusing". Double vision that does not go away or happens frequently is abnormal and should be evaluated by an eye doctor. ...Read more
In vision feels like thousand dots when in the dark. In light it it's less noticeable but present. Difficulty Reading black text on white background.
The best help you: Can receive is to see an eye doctor. He/she will do tests and let you know what is happening. If a problem is present you can be given ways to stop or correct it. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Had urine tested for blood, urine dark in mornings. Microscope showed no blood, but on stick showed a 2 reading, what do you think? Not all mornings
Not to worry: The dark urine in the morning is common. It shows dehydration and the pigments in the urine (bilirubin) get concentrated and give dark color to the urine. Nothing to worry, drink a large glass of water and urine will become normal. Main thing is the microscopic exam which does not show any blood. All the best, stop worrying. ...Read more
Why is my line on my pregnancy test line darker in the afternoon then in the morning. I am reading within the time limit and they are not expired?
Depends on Norms: Pft normals are based on your age, height, weight, race with what is normal for this group. Normals change with age. What may be. Normal for you, could be different from published normals. With lung conditions, following the lung functions over time is often very useful. With pfts we often look at forced vital capacity (fvc), and various flow rates as well as the shape of the curves on graphing ...Read more
Contact ordering doc: If you don't understand what the impression of your CTA means, you should contact the doctor that ordered that exam be done for you. You may also contact the Radiologist that interpreted the exam. ...Read more
60-100 bpm.: Assuming the underlying heart rhythm is normal, a heart rate between 60 and 100 bpm would be considered normal at rest. Would go above 100 temporarily with activity, and may be under 60 at rest in someone who’s athletic. If this is your resting HR, it’s too high and deserves investigation. ...Read more
Close to the arm:
The arm BP is compared to the ankle bp, as in abi= ankle brachial index, which is used to assess the circulation in the legs. Ideally, we hope the ratio is about "1"... With
the ankle and foot pulses easily felt by hand. Higher ankle pressure may mean diseased arterial blood vessels, calcifications, as is often found in diabetes. ...Read more
Could be either: You are asking if distance is blurred, can you make this distinction. Nearsighteds will have trouble at distance but usually can see well at near. Farsighteds if strongly farsighted will have trouble at distance and sometimes at near. Your ophthalmologist can tell you which side of this fence you fall onto. ...Read more