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What should you do if at high risk for glaucoma?
7 doctors weighed in

Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Regular check up
I am guessing that you have glaucoma in your family, or your ophthalmologist has found some features of yours eyes that he thinks may lead to trouble down the road.
Glaucoma treatment is highly successful so you only need to have regular check ups particularly the eye pressure, and evaluation of the back of the eyes. A regular visit to the ophthalmologist will be mandatory.

In brief: Regular check up
I am guessing that you have glaucoma in your family, or your ophthalmologist has found some features of yours eyes that he thinks may lead to trouble down the road.
Glaucoma treatment is highly successful so you only need to have regular check ups particularly the eye pressure, and evaluation of the back of the eyes. A regular visit to the ophthalmologist will be mandatory.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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Dr. Jon Fishburn
Bimatoprost is a F2-alpha agonist and stimulates the FP receptors in the trabecular mesh work of the human eye to lower IOP.
Dr. Michael Ham
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Routine examination
You should have routine exams with a baseline examination and some test (visual field test, pressure, tomography, photography of the nerve).
Then follow your eye md's advice and they will monitor to make sure there is not changes or progression indicating glaucoma has developed.

In brief: Routine examination
You should have routine exams with a baseline examination and some test (visual field test, pressure, tomography, photography of the nerve).
Then follow your eye md's advice and they will monitor to make sure there is not changes or progression indicating glaucoma has developed.
Dr. Michael Ham
Dr. Michael Ham
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