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Srinivas S Iyengar, MD, FACS

Srinivas S Iyengar, MD, FACS

(760) 757-1144

Category: Eye Doctor

3621 Vista Way
Oceanside, CA 92056

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  • Well, generally speaking, it is actually kind of annoying to have salt water over sunglasses. What is more, salt water can just be harmful your sunglasses. So you need to take some measures to remove it off. First, you should prepare undiluted white distilled vinegar, for it can be good for removing salt water over sunglasses. And then, you can just soak the glass item in the white vinegar for a while. And then, just use some soft cloth with vinegar to wipe the glass. Of course, you should do this very carefully, so that it will not hurt your sunglasses. Finally, just dry the glass piece with a lint-free cloth. Anyway, just take care of your sunglasses to avoid being unclean, or scratched.

  • It's probably because of the dry weather. When your eyes are dry the tears don't coat your eyes but instead "break apart." I use Refresh lubricant eye drops. They are made by the same company that makes Restasis which is a prescription. Also, if you have any kind of rhinitis or sinus infection/inflammation that can effect the way your tear ducts work.If you decide to use drops, lubricant or otherwise, make sure to buy the individual vials not the single bottle because of the bacteria build up. And if you want to make your eyes feel good while using the drops, store them in the fridge.

  • Professional players would think it impares their vision. But a lot of amatures wear them. It's just a matter of getting used to them. I like them because your opponents can't see where you are looking. Especially in doubles.

  • It depends on your situation, if it's really serious, you'd better not go to school. Once eyes get infection, they can easily get serious when people over use their eyes. So stay at home, relax, then you can recover soon. By the way, it wouldn't that harmful, if you go to school. But you should be careful, do not get your classmates get infected. No matter what, you need to keep your eyes clean, then use eye drops to facilitate your recovery.

  • There is the big difference between the eye infection and blocked tear duct. As we know, the tear ducts sit near corner of the eyelids which is close to the part of nose. Sometimes the duct may have the blockage which will cause a person to have excessive tearing and frequent eye infections. The blockage of the tear ducts may result from an infection in eyes or poorly formed ducts, injury or medication use or other things. Besides the surgery which could help you cure the blocked tear ducts, there are home remedies for you to do. You could do the massage to help the blocked tear ducts. In addition, you could do the compress to relieve the blocked tear duct. And the eye infection means that your eyes get the bacterium and cause the discomfort in the cornea. You should treat it by using the eye drops with anti-inflammation role. The causes and treatment ways are different between the eye infection and blocked tear duct.

  • Yes. I have saw some sites online signs that they made prescription wraparound sunglasses. But, this is not for sure, but depends on your prescription. If you have mild prescription, prescription wraparound sunglasses are available. But if you have high prescription (usually over -/+5.0 SPH), you are not recommended prescription wraparound sunglasses. If so, you may have to try clip on sunglasses or fitover sunglasses if you want to get clear vision as well as eye protection from UV rays.

  • It is quite possible to get blurry vision after the gallbladder surgery. Usually gallbladder surgery won't impact any eye functions. The common cases of side effects brought by gallbladder surgery are mainly about digestion system. You probably have diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and constipation. It can also cause pain and fatigue after gallbladder removed. But it seems that some people once got blurry vision after gallbladder surgery. It did improve although finally they still need eyeglasses to help vision correction. As to blurry vision, it might be caused by refractive problem, besides it might be triggered by some medication, for example some anticholinergics. It is difficult to tell whether your blurry vision is coming from this surgery or not. After all there are many reasons for it. If it is serious, I suggest you to consult your ophthalmologist at your earliest to ensure no severe damage to vision happened.

  • Polarized glasses can protect our eyes from the harsh glares from the sun, but if you mean whether they can protect the harmful UV rays from the sun. I think if they are coated with the UV blocking coatings, they can protect our eyes from the harmful rays. But I think usually the polarized sunglasses have this kind of coatings so they can protect your eyes from the sun.

  • It includes different colored dots with numbers hidden inside for elder children. For the younger children, simple objects, such as circles, triangles and squares, hidden in the dots. For color-blind children, it’s really not easy for them to recognize the numbers or objects hidden inside the dots as well as distinguishes red, orange, yellow and green.

  • Eye problems may lead to dizziness and headaches and neurological disorder such as a stroke may lead to dizziness and headaches too. I think the first thing you may need to do is to have a correct diagnosis. There are many possibilities in getting dizziness and headaches. If you are suffering from great pressure and anxiety at this moment, you may suffer from dizziness and headaches. Hope you good luck!