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Eyecare Associates

Eyecare Associates

205-221-6718

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

904 Highway 78 E
Jasper, AL 35501-3957

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  • OMG, it seems that there is something wrong with your eyes. Anyway, those detergent is highly irritative and harmful to your eyes, which would lead to some serious consequences, such as hurt feelings, decreased vision, etc. So, what you should do now is to flush your eyes with lots of normal saline and then eye drops to treat the problem. If the situation is really bad, you need to see a doctor in time.

  • The answer is absolutely yes. Pink eye is commonly caused by viral infection or an allergic reaction which may be caught by both adults and kids. Fortunately, it is less possible for adults to be infected. And there are some things you can do to prevent it. Remember the following tips: keeping your hand clean by regularly washing with mild soap; avoiding sharing towels and washcloths; do not touch your eyes with your hand. To sum up, everyday hygiene is of great importance. Keep in mind that if it becomes serious, you should go for a doctor at once. Eye tenderness or pain, changes in vision, sensitivity to light, difficulty keeping the eye open are the warning symbols.

  • It is nose-pad. Go to your nearby optical store to have a look.

  • Well, first, from your description, I have to tell you that mycoplasma gallepsum, which is often called as Chronic Respiratory Disease. And according to some researches, it is a very common problem in all poultry, especially game birds, such as turkeys, pheasants. In common, when it occurs, swollen eye, and especially eye foam can be main signs. Also, head shaking, rattled breathing, and sneezing can be possible. For your situation, I will suggest you go and have a test and make sure what you get.

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  • Milk is supper moist and mild, it can calm the irritated eyes 99% for sure. If you have internal thermal, it may not be helpful for you. Anyway, it's worth trying. Soak your eyes with milk few seconds, then wash your eyes with pure water or physiological saline. Make sure there is no deposit remain in your eyes. The best choice for you is using professional artificial tears. It's the safest way as well.

  • Yes, your pupils will dilate when you are drunk. The alcohol will stimulate your eye nerves to some degree. That is the main reason for the dilate symptom of your eyes. You could also get the dilate eyes when you are amazing or shocked. However, you'd better use some warm cloth to cover on the eyes to release the symptom of dilate eyes.

  • Yes, it perhaps if you get a bit of the eyeliners of poor quality into your eyes. As we all know, cosmetics, cream, and eye makeup products contains some harmful metals or other synthetic ingredients irritating our eyes, although they deny it. Besides, the incomplete discharge of the make-up or the remover products do not work as they claimed leading to the dust and chemical residue in or around your eye. As long time accumulated, your eyes hurt absolutely. So good brand products such as eyeliner and special remover are recommended, especially for sensitive eyes.

  • Yes, salmonella will cause the eye infection because of the coming invisible bacterium. At the same time, the eyes will get dry and uncomfortable. It is said that salmonellosis of genus enterobacteriaceae pathogen, gram-negative enterobacteriaceae have found nearly one thousand kinds of antigenic components which are mainly associated with human disease, first paratyphoid, a bacillus, mouse typhoid and paratyphoid b, bacillus coli of b, c groups of paratyphoid c coli and pigs cholera bacteria, butyl group of typhoid bacillus coli and enteritis and so on. In addition, salmonella typhi paratyphoid a bacillus coli and paratyphoid b cause human disease, causing disease in livestock and poultry animals such as rats and mice. Sometimes it also can cause pollution to human food and cause food poisoning. The eyes will be dry and get the infection because of it. Thus you should protect the eyes from many aspects, like the lifestyle, diet and so on.