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Hi, I'm 52, and had cataract surgery 4 months ago to remove a mild cataract in my left eye - vision couldn't be corrected better than ...
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I recently had a retinal detachment fixed. I now have a gas bubble. I keep hearing different lengths of time until the bubble disappear...
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I have been experiencing a number of symptoms associated with my eyes as well as other areas of my body but more recently have been exper...
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20 yrs old, having trouble with allergic conjunctivitis (just started having trouble with that this year, for whatever reason). Was using...
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My daughter is 6 months old and has a dermoid cyst on her left eye could tell me what procedure should be used to have minimum scarring a...
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Hello, Could you please give me some information about the importance of axis in astigmatism? How many degrees make a difference? My...
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Posted By Judy on August 21, 1999 at 11:59:37 I have had three detachments, after I experienced a large flash of light and thousands ...
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Hi! I had cataract surgery on my left eye 2 1/2 weeks ago. We put in the IOL lens AcrySof IQ Model: SN60WF Power 24.5 D Length: 13...
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I am a 45 year old male with moderate to severe myopia pretty much dependent on glasses to see anything far or near. I was also diagnose...
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Approximately five months ago I woke up with my left eye being red and irritated. It looked like pink eye without the itchiness and crus...
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Implantable Collamer Lens ICL, should I ? by skinypig Leave a Note Send Message Add as Friend skinypig Female Seattle ...
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Why are my eyes always red and burning? I have used some things the Dr had given me, but the red and burning are still there. When I slee...
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Ever since I can remember I have had what apparently is called visual snow. My eyes are very sensitive to light. It is difficult to drive...
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i can ' t see computer screen or T.V . when i see it i feel headpain
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Age: 22. Female. 6 days ago, I was getting over a small reaction to antibiotics that I had to take for 5 days for infection (I had no sym...
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Hi, I bought new frame and was sent to update my prescription (by state law has to be done once a year). So, I was perfectly happy wit...
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I went to my eye doctor and he has sent me to a specialist. He said that my optic nerve appeared very pale in color. (this is the secound...
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Posted by: florescent lights by llacey, Sep 03, 2008 03:33PM In recent months, maybe even over a year I have developed a worsening prob...
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Please help me try to make the next better decision, I’m blaming myself for my stupidity, & trying to keep story short. The bottom line ...
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Had an eye test a couple of months ago and the optician noticed what he said was like a pinprick sized build up of dead cells on the back...
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