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Depends: Poor eyesight in the dark can be due to many things: some treatable (cataracts, nearsightedness, use of certain drugs, diabetes, cirrhosis, vitamin a deficiency (rare)); others not (birth defects, cystic fibrosis, retinitis pigmentosa, con-rod dystrophy, other retinal degenerations). An eyemd can help evaluate the cause. The most common cause is cataracts (lens changes). ...Read more
Sight is the sum of the light receptive and integrative capacity of the eye including best vision, color vision, night vision, depth vision, field of vision and the ability to track objects in motion. An ophthalmologist can measure these and determine the function of ...Read more
What are some natural exercises/remedies I can do or take to improve my eyesight without medical treatment?
Not many: Think of the eye as a video camera with very few moving parts. Eyesight problems are usually associated with the lens system of the eye and no exercises or remedies can change their shape (just like moving a video camera around will not change the lens' shape). The only remedy for eyesight problems is glasses, contacts, or vision correction procedures. See an eye doctor to learn more. ...Read more
See eye doctor: Numerous issues can cause poor eyesight so you will need to see an eye doctor for further evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Weak eye remedy myopia. My eyesight is - 5 for both eyes I don't want to go for laser treatment. Plz tel me manual ways to correct eyesight?
Contacts or glasses: Minus 5 diopters is a lot of myopia...Probably too much to be corrected with ortho-k, a technique where hard contacts are worn at night to re-shape the eye. There are several surgical ways to correct myopia including prk, lasik and the implantable contact lens. If you don't want surgery, glasses or soft contacts are the way to go! ...Read more
I have poor eyesight of about -7, and my cornea thickness is 535. What should I do to cure my eyes? Any treatment or surgery?
No Disease: You are a 7 diopter myope and I assume that yiur vision is correctable to normal levels with glasses. Your options include wearing glasses, wearing contact lenses or refractive surgery. Your cornea is of normal thickness and should not impose a deterrent to refractive surgery. ...Read more
Hi I'm 18 years old I have allergy and I'm using contact lenses because my eyesight weak I have problem of pink eyes what's treatment?
Daily wear?: Contact lenses tend to worsen eye allergy because the lenses tend to trap the allergens leading to prolonged exposure. Contact lenses also tend to reduce tear flow and this may account for the pink eyes. Try applying single-use artificial tear drop several times a day regularly and disposable daily-use lenses to see if this helps. If you have eye itching, then try antihistamine eye drops ...Read more
Split retinasin the eye caused from tamoxiifen treatment for breast cancer, can my eyesight improve?
Possible: It may improve in time, best to see a eye doctor. ...Read more
Dark circles - eyes: Dark circles under the eyes can be a result of allergies and the resulting congestion in the sinuses that cause a back up of blood in the venous system in the face. Try some allergy medicines and decongestants to see if that helps you. Sleeping on a slight incline may help with "drainage" of the area too- one case where gravity is actually good! ...Read more
Dark circles: Dark circles under the eyes are known as allergic shiners and are usually caused by nasal allergies. Consult your doctor or allergist for help. ...Read more
Usually...: This would need to be looked at for a definite diagnosis but I can tell you that common reasons for this are fungal infection and acanthosis nigricans. This last one is a result of obesity and many times associated with hormonal issues like diabetes. Make sure you see your doctor or Dermatologist (skin doctor) in order to get a final diagnosis. ...Read more
Disease: I am not sure what the disease is? The color of your skin is not a disease. ...Read more
My skin is thick and dark near lateral mallecous. Any home remedies for treatment? If not other way?
My grandma is so afraid of elevators, dark and closed places. One time we rode on a dark street and she was very anxious. Suggest treatment at home?
Claustrophobia: A fear of enclosed or dark spaces is not rare, and my be the best known phobia. I'm not a mental health expert, so I suggest she discuss this with her primary doctor. If severe enough to disrupt her life, then management or a mental health consult may be necessary. Good luck. ...Read more
Beauty is skin deep: Sometimes we are not happy with our body image or appearance. The thing is, we may be focusing on something that other's don't really notice or care about. Some lighter skinned people find dark skin attractive, and will go to tanning salons. Then, some darker people look for lighter skin...There's no real medical treatment for dark lips - since pigmentation in the skin provides the color. ...Read more
Some doctors recommend hydroquinone in OTC products and prescription strength available, but there are safety concerns.
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Sun damage and darkening of skin can be prevented with UVA and UVB sunblock and limiting sun exposure to times other than 10am-4pm. ...Read more
Top of my buttcrack felt raw a few days ago. (Burned to wash) now there is a dark, scaly/flakey patch there. What is it and treatment suggestions?
Seborrheic Dermatiti: Seborrhea dermatitis is often associated with redness, scaling, and crusting. Seborrhea also can affect other parts of the body, including the face, chest and upper back. Treatment options include application of selenium sulfide, pyrithione zinc or ketoconazole-containing shampoos, topical ketoconazole cream or terbinafine solution, topical sodium sulfacetamide and topical corticosteroids. ...Read more
Several: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. There are several treatments. ...Read more
The options are: Variable depending on what the dark spots are. The diagnosis will help to determine the best course of treatment. ...Read more
Does anyone have a treatment for getting rid of dark circles and undereye puffiness that's worse on some days?
Try an ice pack like: Frozen peas (wrapped in a slightly wet towel). Then I would guess you have a stuffy nose as well...Since the dark circles are due to the congestion pressing on the blood vessels under the eyes. Then try zyrtecd or allegrad (read labels for precautions etc) and see an allergist if you still suffer. ...Read more
What is the treatment for skin become dark post bleach. Reason being bleach being put up for more than 30 mnts?
I had tca cross treatment about 2 weeks ago. The treated areas finished healing and turned into brown spots. What can I do to fade the dark spots?
Let them heal: Let them heal - nothing you need to do. ...Read more
I have a dark spot on face about 10 years, I head a treatment one year in greeace and hear about 4 month (lytera) and nothing happens, what can do?
Unknown lesion: A "dark spot" on your face could be many things: a mole, a sunspot, melasma, skin cancer, a hemangioma, etc. From your question, I can't tell if the treatment you had was laser or they gave you a topical cream. In any case, your dark spot should be evaluated by a dermatologist who will diagnose your lesion and treat it appropriately. ...Read more
I used many creams a year ago for whitening they make my skin bad nd I went to a dr. He treated bt when I stop his treatment my skin become dark again?
Whitening: Need more information such as diagnosis and medication ...Read more
Dark Spot: You have to protect your skin from the sun to avoid getting dark spots. But once the dark spots appear, it is possible to treat them. Potential over-the-counter treatments include hydroquinone creams that bleach the skin and microdermabrasion kits that buff out the rough, dark spots. Prescription drug treatments include tretinoin, known as retin-a. ...Read more
Unless there is another problem like itching or burning, there is nothing in the line of treatment available. There may be good cosmetic products you might find.
If you really want my "truth", i'd offer an opinion that you talk to a therapist that can help you with your self esteem and self image. Where you live may be part of the issue. I hope you find other ways to value yourself. You'll like it. ...Read more
Filler vs. Surgery: The most commonly performed treatments include in-office dermal filler treatments to plump up hollows under the eye or lower blepharoplasty to remove lower eyelid "bags.". ...Read more
I have a dark spots in my face beside my chicks and in my brow I want treatment I try treatment by laser for 1 time but I didn't work it make it worst?
See dermatologist: I recommend you see a dermatologist. Hope that helps ...Read more
What is the treatment for ingrown hair lump which has become darker with the years (2-3 years). I couldn't remove the hair on my leg at the time.
See dermatologist: For attempt to remove hair using lidocaine, or biopsy if no hair retrieved ...Read more
Excessive hair (thick and dark black hair)growth all over the body especially under arms, hands and face. What should I do? Laser treatment didn't work.
Not great tx:
Temporary methods can be depilatory such as shaving, cutting or chemical depilators or epilatory such as plucking, waxing or tweezing. Patient continued to use these temporary methods. Permanent methods of hair removal include electrolysis, thermolysis or laser treatment. The longer wavelength Nd: YAG laser is considered safest i
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but none are great. Sry. ...Read more