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There may be a lot of side effects after the corneal transplant, including the red eyes. You should better not use the eye drops which may contain the medical care. You could use the warm compress to make the eyes feel comfortable. This is the easy way. You could also have the good rest for the eyes to let the eyes get recovery soon.
Dear friend, don't worry. Though there are many risks bought by cataract surgery, there are also many successful cases show that we can cure cataract with high technology equipment. And the doctors have skilled technique to perform such kind of surgery already. so I think you can trust them.
Lazy eye is an eye disorder characterized by an impaired vision in an eye. Nearsighted, astigmatism, and blurry vision are all causes of lazy eye. Lazy eye can be cured by eyeglasses. The theory of healing lazy eye is to force the brain to use the "bad" eye. So commonly way to cure it is put a patch on the "good" eye and it is so important for your child to wear the patch diligently because this will eventually improve vision.
Generally speaking, the eyes should be checked semi-annually. However, your mom has vision problem, here I suggest you to take her to see a eye doctor and ask for help firstly.
Yes, frequent and continious heat can be quite harmful for the eyes because there is large amount of thermal radiation and infrared rays in the heat, which will make the eyes feel very dry, the injury in the optic organism, and so on. People whose eyes are usually in the environment of heat possess higher rate of getting optic lenticular opacity and serious vitreous opacity which can develop into cataracts. Therefore, if you are in a heat environment, you had better wear protective eyewear. As to black eyes, heat can indeed to some extent make the black eyes even worse. To reduce the black eyes, you should first of all make sure that you get adequate amount of sleep at night, do not usually stay up late at night. Second, you can apply some eye scream on the skin under your eyes and massage the skin for a minute or two, do it every day, two or three times a day. Also you can put sliced cucumber, apple or potato on the surface of your closed eyes, for about ten munites each time. Besides, do not stay at front of the computer or the TV for too long.
Yes, the mascara can cause blepharitis because of the inner infectious bacterium. Blepharitis is the chronic inflammation in the blepharitis skin and eyelash root which has a tendency to recur. It is often caused by chronic conjunctivitis, refractive error, dusty environment or irritating gas which long-term stimulating the body, weak life and so on. Once you get the blepharitis, the self-conscious symptom is urticant painful eye, dry feeling and visual fatigue and so on. In some cases, the bacteria infection affected part of the eyes. In some deteriorating and serious situations, blepharitis may appear small ulcer which makes eyelash off palpebral scurfy into intraocular and lastly it can cause conjunctivitis. You'd better not use the mascara often which will cause the blepharitis which will make you feel so uncomfortable feeling. If you get blepharitis, youâ€™d better go to o hospital to accept the treatment.
Usually people having this symptom are genetic endowment. The sneeze is because the nose is affected by the foreign matter which should be out of the body. The eyes and nose perception are dominated by the same of trigeminal nerve, stimulating a strong defense responses confusion together. That is why it causes the appearance of sneezing when stimulated by the sunlight in which there exists a lot of invisible bacterium.
Well, generally speaking, it can be normal to have itchy eyes after you have taken the eye exam. In my opinion, when you have an eye exam, it will make your eyes focus on the points for a long time. And then the light can go through your eyes to check it. In this way, it can lead eye strain. And then lead to eye pressure. As we know that eye pressure can lead to some eye problems, such as itchy eyes. Also, you should know that if your eyes are not accustomed to the new situation, it can react as the itchy eyes too. So just console with your eye doctor, and he can just give you some advisable suggestion. So you should not worry about it.
Ok, considering your situation, you just need to get a pair of prescription glasses from the optical store where you live, but as you said, you don't want to get glasses, so you have to get contact lenses, or receive lasik surgery in the hospital, which might be a bit expensive. Also, pay attention to what you eat and make good use of your eyes. Just protect your eyes in every respect.
goggles have straps while sunglasses have temple arms. Goggles are sealed so they are less-effective for ventilation than sunglasses. Goggles protect our eyes from being damaged by wind, water and chemicals while sunglasses protect our eyes from being damaged by harmful rays.However, they can both be prescribled.
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