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What Is The Best Treatment For Short Sightedness
Horner's syndrome: Does not change the shape of the eye globe. ...Read more
2 different things: A cataract is an opacity in the lens of the eye that can blur your vision. Myopia is a refractive error that is corrrectable with glasses in which your near vision is clear without glasses or contacts but can be made clear with the proper eyeglass or contact prescription. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Having short sightedness and astigmatism, seeing lights with light strip but some are rainbow strips is it normal?
I hav short sightedness with power almost 600&700, how can I prevent it from further rising n to lower the power? Wat to do n what to eat?
No natural solution: This is often hereditary and there is no way to prevent but some ways to correct it. For example, once the nearsightedness has stabilized, you may consider lasik. However even then, you may still at risk for retinal detachment and i urge you to get regular ophthalmologic exam in case that happens. Those purported eye training programs are bogus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Internal growth: Almost all eyes are shorter than needed at birth (farsighted) and eyes grow with development. This changes the eyes to near and far sightedness to many. The cause then is growth combined with heredity and birth issues. ...Read more
Oval eye shape: Refractive errors require either plus (farsighted) or minus (nearsighted) glasses + an extra amount if the eye is oval in shape (astigmatism). These are called refractive errors and can be corrected with glasses or contacts. Short sightedness is another term for myopia which uncorrected usually allows for good vision at near and blur at distance. ...Read more
What is the cause(s) of halos in short sightedness especially in 3rf trimester of pregnancy ie. 34 weeks.?
Genetics+environment: Myopia, in a simple model, depends on refractive index of cornea-tear film, lens, length of eye. So if any of these are altered so that the image focuses in front of the retina (steep k, longer eye, higher refractive lens index, etc.), then you become short sighted. The anatomy of the eye is inherited and a lot of near work can affect it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Short. : There are more short sighted (nearsighted or myopia). ...Read more
Can myopia (short sightedness ) treated naturally without surgery or glasses? I heard that sunlight could help
No: Sunlight will do nothing for myopia. This condition is due to an abnormal shape of the eye that results in refractive error (think of a lens directing sunlight to a specific point). It is a very common occurrence and by itself, results in no significant health issues. But to correct this so you can see in focus, you need contacts, glasses, or refractive surgery (e.g. Lasik). ...Read more
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