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Your symptoms look really like the pink eye. In my experience, I suggest you go to see doctor as soon as possible. Because even if it is not pink eye, but it also can be another eye disease. Now, you eyes must infected with some kind of inflammation. If you don't treat it in time, it may be causes more problems. You should arouse enough attention, the best hospital in time to complete inspection, so as not to delay the disease.
No, people with cataracts will not look the same as common people. Their eyes will have the unclear symptom. Their eyeballs may have the sundries which may affect the right vision. People with cataracts should protect the eyes through the good diet and good rest. They could also get through the surgery to help them get healthy eyes.
Try to wash her eyes with saline water and put an ice bag on them. Don't rub them. It is better to see an doctor as soon as possible.
Definitely yes, it could cause damage eyes even cause serious eye problems. As we all known, UV light would harm our eyes, however, the most harmful light is called blue eyes because it could accelerate the the cell oxidation of the macular area of retina to damage eyes. Unfortunately, the camera flash contains blue light. Before taking a photo, there is a large amount of electricity in the camera battery, there would have strong electric current pass the flash light, thus the strong blue light would be emited. It would stimulate eyes if it is too close to. And it cause short-term blind spots to eyes, and the underlying underlying visual cells and optic nerve would be temporary damage. It could be recover in one to two minutes. However, it would be unrecoverable if the flash light is too strong in prolongerd period. The best way to avoid it is not frequently using flash light and do not close to it.
Yes. The color of your eyes can change from disease, age or trauma. We're all born with blue eyes. Genetics determines your eye color but there are other factors that affect eye color. The color of your eyes depends on how much of the pigment melanin is in the iris.
I had a detached retina and had to undergo numerous eye surgeries causing severe eye trauma. Gradually over a 10 year period the iris in right eye changed from brown to blue. I mistakenly assumed my iris was still brown but looked blue because by my diseased cornea, but that was not the case. I recently underwent a cornea transplant and after the surgery the blue in my eye popped and became very obvious. Like the blue links on this page. The Iris was being hidden behind the cloudy cornea. My corea (numeros surgery = sever trauma) had been gradually turning white a fried egg. It wasn't as noticeable before the surgery but afterwards very much so. I now have one brown eye and one blue. So yes the color of your eyes can change I'm living proof.
Ok, it sounds really interesting! But you should know that paintball mask could make you unable to wear glasses, for there would be no spaces for a pair of glasses. However, my advice for you is to get a pair of contact lenses from a local optical store, those stuff could be compatible with paintball masks. Just enjoy yourself with them tomorrow. And of course try to make clean use of the lenses.
computer glasses can decrease eyestrain and they are quite useful for those who spend lots of time on computer. If you wear prescription glasses, prescription computer glasses are good for you, so you need get your accurate prescription. Speaking of buy computer glasses, you can buy them online or in local eyeglass stores. As for me, I prefer buy glasses online. As more and more people realize, glasses are more expensive in local stores, they would like to buy quality eyewear online. Have you ever tried online eyeglasses? If not, maybe you can have a try. Good luck.
Absolutely not, extract tooth does not affect eye sight in any way. However, it could have some side effect to other organs. The roots of teeth can be far up into the sinus cavity. Roots can also interfere with the nerves that give sense of touch to the lips, mouth, etc. Hence, it could cause nerve damage during the tooth extraction and it takes three to six months to heal. At the same time, infection could occur after the tooth extraction. An infection may be caused by bacteria or trapped food particles getting in the hole left by the extraction. Signs of an infection include fever, increased pain in the mouth or jaw, increased swelling around the extraction site, or draining or bleeding from the extraction site.
As far as i know, eating too much sugar is bad for our health, also to our eyes. I even heard people say that the harm of sugar consumption is more worse than smoking. But till now, i never seen that sore eyes are caused by sugar. Nevertheless, some people online said that too much sugar consumption can increase the risks of myopia. So, no matter sugar cause sore eyes or not, we shall reduce the consumption of sugar.
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