Hi, my fiance is completly blind from one eye due to a childhood accident and i would like to know if there is a cure for that. Also I would like to know if being blind from one eye will effect the other eye and will it eventually lead to complete blindness in both eyes. Thamk you
1. If the eye is totally blind (no light perception) there is no cure.
2. Since he went blind due to accident it should have no effect on the other eye. Yearly exams by Eye MD opthalmologist and eye protection is very important.
thanks alot for the information. Can you please let me know if because all vision is done by one eye will that make his eye weaker because it does not get any help from the blind eye. Thank you again for your help.
i want to know whether person lost one eye in accident at age of 15 and not able to see anything, is there any possibilities to get the lost eye again through operation. as i heared "Stem Cell" treatment which can help to remove eye blindness. Is the treatment is safe to use.
another query is regarding the effect of vision power after age of 45-50,what problems can occur.
Sir plz help me & rovide solutions n answer of this questions.
Thank you lot....
hi im 24 years old 8 years ago i started to go blind 2 years later i was all my retina had ditached and nw i am getting episode where i cant see out of my left eye so im left bling for a few hours what are the chances of me going blind in my left also x
good day doctor.
My brother 23 years of age, had met a motorcycle accident 2 weeks ago. His left eye can no longer see anything. Left pupil is still reactive to light. Left eye moves the same direction with the right eye. Is there any possibility that he could get back the sight of his left eye again?
The odds are against it however only a real live examination by an Eye MD ophthalmologist can tell. The most important thing is to protect the good eye from disease, injury and the effects of unhealthy living
Thank you doctor. Is there any medical or diagnostic examination that he could do to know if there is any retinal detachment or any damaged nerve that is connecting to the brain which prevents the eye from seeing anything? My brother said he can't feel any pain inside his eye or anywhere in the eyesocket. His eyeball, as we can see, is still the same as before...
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