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You need take good care of your eyes after cataract surgery. In fact, it is improtant to know dos and don'ts after cataract surgery. Because the short period after cataract surgery, your eyes is really tender and delicate,it is easy to get hurt and lead to some other problems. Here are some advice for your consideration. 1: Right after cataract surgery, we should avoid outside activity. Going to the beach is not proper, because the sunsight is really strong. So your eyes may get hurt. In fact, sunglasses is helpful as it can protect your eyes form injury and infection. 2: You had better not take a bath right after the surgery and you should avoid the soap water into your eyes when take a shower or wash your hands. 3: Avoiding rub your eyes with your hands. 4: Do not watch TV or read for a long time. Give your eyes enough time to rest. 5: Try to avoid lifting heavy things. If you have any problems, you should see a doctor immediately.
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I think you need the non prescription lenses.You can ask the service staff to help you.
Well, as a matter of fact, thet effct vitamin in treating dark circles is vitamin K and vitamin A. But also in a sense, perhaps vitamin e also serves the same function, at least to some extent right? A to how to use the oil, you should just take some on your fingertip and softly put it around the dark circles so that the skin will absorb the vitamin substance. And that is ok, perhaps a week's treatment will help you out of your trouble. Hope your darkcircle will be eliminated in no time
There's many reason may cause your eyes pain after you remove your contacts. One is that perhaps your eyes are basically not suite for the contacts; it may get some infection by virus and has already get inflammation. Secondly, the contacts' quality has some problem; you can check and change another one to see if this kind of situation will last. Thirdly, please check if you are allergic to the contacts solution or wearing the contacts in a wrong way, or fail to keep your lenses clean. You can check the instruction of lenses for help. You can check all the circumstance to see if one of them is what you facing now, if you can not deal with it by yourself, please go to a doctor.
I have bought a pair of regular eyeglasses from pearle vision last year. It was about a week i got the eyeglasses. But the eyeglasses seems great. Now, i still wear the glasses. But their customer services told me that the time that need for making eyeglasses is different from different prescription lenses. So, You'd better contact their worker. They will told you how long you need to wait.
Yes, the eye allergies can cause sensitivity to light. Generally speaking, the most common cause of sensitive eyes is allergies. So we can say that if you have eye allergies, it will increase the risk to be sensitive to light. For the reason, you should know that certain pollens or irritants (such as dust or pollution) are perceived by the body's immune system as an invader, causing a range of symptoms such as runny or watery eyes, itching, a burning sensation, dryness and sensitivity to light. If you are experiencing any symptoms of sensitive eyes, you'd better seek help from a medical professional as soon as possible.
Sunglasses are always with tinted lenses while reading glasses are with transparent lenses. Sunglasses are usually used outdoors and reading glasses are usually used indoors.
Progressive lenses come in a variety of different materials. Plastic for standard rx's polycarbonate for safety and mid range rx's and high index for heavier rx's. the rx should help determine what type of bifocal and what material you should use and what kind of frame you use..... A competent Optician (not a commisioned sales person) should be able to clarify these questions. I mean, My God...It's your eyes. Would you go into a drug store and ask the 18 year old cash register jockey what you should take to help your heart condition?? Go find an experienced (Guild or A.B.O certified optician) and actually get what would be best for you.
Shingles is a skin rash, which might happens to face or body, appearing in band or strip, caused by varicella zoster virus. It is called herpes zoster too. Usually people won't get shingles from some other affected person, but it is possible for people with shingles to spread the virus to the people who didn't have chickenpox or chickenpox vaccine. The virus causes chickenpox, after the chickenpox is healed, the virus sleep in your body. For some people, it might stay dormant for good; while for others, whose immune system is weakened by aging, depression, weakness, the virus might wake up and shingles will break out. Or it might be triggered by some certain medication. It is wired that once the virus is awakened up it will only cause shingles, instead of chickenpox. With shingles, you might have headache or sensitivity to light at the beginning, and later you will develop itching, tingling, or pain. You might find many blisters in strip or band in a small area. You might feel dizzy and vision is blurred. To treat shingles, you need antivirus medication and even some medicine to kill pain. So talk to your doctor at once, the sooner you get medication, the faster you get healed. You need to keep the affected skin clean for quick recovery.
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