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Dr. Ihab Ibrahim
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Trouble Seeing In One Eye (Overview)

Amblyopia is loss of vision 2 or more lines in one eye that is not correctable with glasses. Other causes of not being unable to see out of one eye are: cataract, macular or nerve issues, cornea issues. More info on eyedoc2020@blogspot.com


Dr. Ihab Ibrahim
3 doctors shared insights

Trouble Seeing In One Eye (Overview)

Amblyopia is loss of vision 2 or more lines in one eye that is not correctable with glasses. Other causes of not being unable to see out of one eye are: cataract, macular or nerve issues, cornea issues. More info on eyedoc2020@blogspot.com


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I have a white bump that's on the inside of my eyelid you have to hold open my upper eyelid to see it and my eye is swollen how is that treatable?

I have a white bump that's on the inside of my eyelid you have to hold open my upper eyelid to see it and my eye is swollen how is that treatable?

Eyelid bump: You didn't say if this bump is new or old. I'm guessing it is new. It could be a foreign body. I recommend you have an examination by a physician. ...Read more

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My 11 yr.Old grandson has a 30 pressure behind one of his eyes....It has been recommened for him to see a specialist.. Is there a dr. In pensacola who treat children? Can this be a serious problem? Thanks

My 11 yr.Old grandson has a 30 pressure behind one of his eyes....It has been recommened for him to see a specialist.. Is there a dr. In pensacola who treat children?
Can this be a serious problem?

Thanks

An : An intraocular pressure (iop) of "30"mmhg is considered high no matter what the patient's age is. There are a multitude of reasons for this elevated measurement which can vary from an inaccurate pressure measuring by the technician (which would be benign) to pediatric glaucoma (which can be serious). This should be evaluated by an ophthalmologist as soon as possible to rule out any condition. He/she may then refer you to a glaucoma specialist if necessary. ...Read more

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Difficulty seeing in one eye with pressure behind it, nausea-like symptoms, headaches, loss of appetite, etc..?

Difficulty seeing in one eye with pressure behind it, nausea-like symptoms, headaches, loss of appetite, etc..?

Migraine most likely: The absolutely most common cause for this is migraine. See your physician and get it checked out. Excellent treatment, both preventive and acute (also known as prophylactic and abortive) is available for the vast majority of sufferers. The earlier you get control, the better off you'll be. ...Read more

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Dry eyes. Using eye lubricant. Still see ripples in 1 eye. Is there a treatment for tear film instability? If left untreated, any complications?

Dry eyes. Using eye lubricant. Still see ripples in 1 eye. Is there a treatment for tear film instability? If left untreated, any complications?

Artificial tears: Dry eyes can be bothersome and cause chronic discomfort. There are many therapy options: best to start naturally (warm compresses, diluted baby shampoo scrubs) & move up a "ladder approach" to antibiotic cream, otc artificial tears. More info at: http://eyedoc2020.Blogspot.Com/2013/04/best-step-ladder-approach-to-dry-eye I hope this helps you! ...Read more

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Ms. After 1 yr using interferon, my right eye lost 20% sight. Like seeing clouds. My md said that this is common and it will be cured on it's own.

Ms. After 1 yr using interferon, my right eye lost 20% sight. Like seeing clouds. My md said that this is common and it will be cured on it's own.

Get second opinion: Sorry, but you are using a medication which lacks efficacy. You likely have had optic neuritis, and due to ineffective treatment, you probably have persistent damage to the optic nerve (but cannot exclude retinal problem as other explanation) You cannot sit still and wait and hope with MS, as it is indeed a BAD disease. Get a physician who specializes in MS, and use a potent medication. ...Read more

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How to get rid of a twitch in the bottom lid of one eye?

How to get rid of a twitch in the bottom lid of one eye?

Time: Usually twitching gets better on its own. There are a few things you can do to help: get more sleep, decrease stress and decrease caffeine intake. More info is available at http://www.2020vision.Com/eye_twitch.Html. ...Read more

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Does having astigmatism in one eye prevent one from seeing in 3d?

Does having astigmatism in one eye prevent one from seeing in 3d?

No: As long as your eyes have good corrected vision with glasses or contacts, and they are aligned normally, then you should have depth perception ( 3d). Now how much depth perception you have depends on how good your visual system works. ...Read more

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About how long does it take to get used to seeing with only one eye?

About how long does it take to get used to seeing with only one eye?

Depends: If the non-sighted eye is acutely lost it can take months to up to a year to adapt fully. If the vision loss was gradual, then you will have already adapted. ...Read more

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I am 28 & when move my eyes right and left i see ting of blue sclera is it normal or any kind of problem and there is no genetic osteogenesis problm?

I am 28 & when move my eyes right and left i see ting of blue sclera is it normal or any kind of problem and there is no genetic osteogenesis problm?

Blue Sclera: There are other causes of blue sclera besides osteogenesis imperfecta. Other causes can include: medication effects, topical eye drops, exposure to silver compounds, collagen synthesis disease, and alkaptopuria. It would be best to have this evaluated by an opthomologist. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Trouble seeing in one eye?

What is the definition or description of: Trouble seeing in one eye?

Amblyopia vs: Amblyopia is loss of vision 2 or more lines in one eye that is not correctable with glasses. Other causes of not being unable to see out of one eye are: cataract, macular or nerve issues, cornea issues. More info on eyedoc2020@blogspot.com ...Read more