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Dr. Andrea Eberle, OD

Dr. Andrea Eberle, OD

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  • Well, I have to admit , your question is very good, because pink eyes could be of great trouble to all of us, giving rise to a lot of uncomfort and symptoms to us, such as watery eyes, itchy eyes, excessive eye discharge,etc,. Thus, you should try to protect your eyes by making clean and proper use of your eyes, getting healthy foods and take exercise. Also, try not to use other people's eye drops, and avoid close contact. I recommend that you do not do anything stupid to get pink eyes on purpose ok?

  • Squinting occurs when a person wrinkles her brow and brings the upper and lower eyelids closer together. People who get vision problem is easy to get squinting eyes because they always want to look a bitter clear through squinting and closing eyes as a line. The Wikipe clarified squinting eyes into three types: apparent squint or pseudo strabismus, latent squint (heterophoria) and manifest squint (heteropia). No matter how many kinds, they are all called squinting eyes. Squinting eyes can be treated, it's true. There are no any home remedies that can help with squinting eyes. The only thing that you need to do is visit a doctor and receives a cover test to aid in the diagnosis of strabismus. Depending on the direction that the strabismic eye deviates, the direction of deviation may be assessed. So be optimistic and you'll be fine at last.

  • I suggest you wear black contact lenses or brown contact lenses. Since you have black skin, bright colored contact lenses will make your look strange. But black contact lenses can make you look more energetic and attracting. If you don't want to wear black contact lenses, you can try dark brown contact lenses. But you shall avoid blue contact lenses especially light blue contact lenses.

  • Generally, you need to take your complexion and your hair color into consideration. In my opinion, green and brown contact lenses seem as good choices for those people require subtle change. But I insist blue will look great on you. It can bright your eyes, especially when your eyes are a almost black brown color. Well, go to your optician, he/she may have trial lenses so you can see what they look like. If not, it is wise to have a pair of disposable color lenses, which is not too expensive and can be replaced in two weeks. As for the brand, the doctor will tell you what brand would be best for you. One of my friend wears blue and it is called True Sapphire from 'Fresh Look', she has brown eyes and black hair. Good luck in your research.

  • The symptom of eyes floaters are representing the black dots which float follows the movements of your eyes, just like flying mosquito. The shape of the dots may be circle, oval, spot or threadiness. The vision will be effect by this symptom in certain extends. It may be caused by eye inflammation or intraocular hemorrhage. It may affect the retina and become worse. If you wearing the old contact lenses which beyond the quality guarantee periods, the exceed standard of levels of virus will cause the red eyes or inflammation of your eyes. The inflammation may cause the floaters but I suggest that you go to doctor to check the detailed situation for sure.

  • Ok, it looks like you are worried about your eyes a lot. From what I know, it is true that eye makeups would damage your skins in the long run, which is very terrible. So, I recommend that you try not to wear eye makeups all the time, your skin also needs time to rest and care. Because such things are somehow chemical, and of course unnatural, so just take care of your skin. A better diet and exercise would also help with your skin.

  • You may find that your eyes are drier and more irritated during pregnancy (as well as during breastfeeding). This, along with subtle changes in the shape and thickness of the cornea, may contribute to some difficulty wearing contact lenses that were once comfortable. Pregnancy can also bring about changes in existing eye conditions-for better or for worse. If you have diabetes, see an ophthalmologist before you get pregnant and again in early pregnancy to get screened for damage to the blood vessels in your retina. This condition, called diabetic retinopathy, often worsens during pregnancy, so you'll need more frequent eye exams while you're pregnant and in the postpartum period.Glaucoma, on the other hand, sometimes improves during pregnancy, so your medication may need to be adjusted. If you have glaucoma and are planning a pregnancy, your doctor may be able to lessen your baby's exposure to the medication by starting you off with as low a dose as possible.

  • There is nothing wrong with your eyes. The blurred vision after exercise usually caused by insufficient supply of oxygen or some insufficiency of optical nerve. When you stop exercising and have a rest for a while, the blurred vision will go away by itself. So don't worry.

  • Hi, i am sorry to heard it. And it is easy to treat your eyes from irritation. You can use apply cold compress. You can put a cold, wet and clean cloth on your closed eyes for about 15 to 20 minute. It may help. Also, you need take a good rest and don't spend too much time on TV or computer screen.

  • Well, it sounds really terrible, because a scratched eye is very dangerous and might even lead you to blindness. Since the situation is quite urgent, I suggest that you go to a large hospital for immediate treatment lest the situation get worse. Don't rub your eyes and try not to do anything on your own. Just head to the hospital for assistance. And keep an eye on your eye health from this point on.