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Frank M Basich, MD

Frank M Basich, MD

(805) 434-5970

Category: Eye Doctor

234 Heather Ct, Ste 102
Templeton, CA 93465

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  • I think it is very common to have pain in eyes, in shoulders and muscles when migraine occurs. If you mean pain in eyes by sore eyes, then I would say it is quite possible. If you mean conjunctivitis by sore eyes, I don't think it is correct. Because conjunctivitis refering to the conjunctiva infections or allergic reaction, which can't be caused by migraine. Usually patients with migraine woule become very sensitive to light and sound. Brightness and noise would enlarge the suffering. It is recommended for the patients to have rest in dark and quite room. Migraine doesn't attack people in sleeping. So if you can, try to sleep, which can help.

  • I think it is easy to put it into my eyes and take several seconds. But, for a people who wear it at the first time, it is so difficult. When i first wear it, I spent 30 minutes to put one contact lense, and I have to ask others for help me wear it. Practice makes perfect. At the beginning, you may feel different to wear contact lenses. But it will become easier after you practice.

  • Well, of course tea bag is good for curing the pink eyes. When you have pink eyes, there are also some other symptoms such as itching, burning or stinging, discharge, swelling, watering. By using cool tea bags which contains a lot of nutrients, it can help to reduce the swelling and pain. In the end, it can relieve the symptom. Also, you can put some ice on your eyes and change it frequently. Some eye drops can relieve the symptom. You need to use the drops as directed you need to make sure the bottles tip is not touching your eye to not be infected. Also, you must wash your hands and sanitize them constantly. Otherwise, it will be easy to be infected.

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  • It is a common side effect of corneal transplant. So far there is no any measures to treat it. Cornea is a transparent membrane full of nerve ends, this is why cornea is very sensitive. If the cornea is diseased or damaged which would cause vision impairment, thus corneal transplant in entirty or in part is required to restore vision. After this surgery, cornea would be very sensitive, so it is very common to be sensitive to light. You need to protect your eyes during this period to avoid any rejection or corneal scarring. Whenever you need to go outside, you should wear dark sunglasses to protect your sensitive eyes from glare, sunrays, dusts and wind. The better you take care of your eyes, the earlier you can heal up and get rid of this sensitivity. Strong light will cause corneal scarring which might require the second surgery. So my suggestion is that you need to think about good protection of your eyes instead of treatment.

  • Progressive lenses have different powers on the lenses, but the field of vision is narrow, so it is difficult to find the correct vision field. Some people have to turn their head to look through the correct part of the lens so that they can see things clearly. Therefore people find it difficult getting used to progressive eyeglasses. They often get dizziness, dazzling and even vomiting when they start to wear progressive glasses in the first time.

  • The recovery time may vary a lot depending on different person's body condition.Generally you can feel your vision improved right after the surgery and can use eyes as normal the next day.It takes almost one month to reach a stable level and 3-6 months to recover.

  • haha. i actually just did this today. i just put some red eyeshadow around my eyes. like around the lashline. and rubbed it in really good so it didn't look like i had put red eyeshadow around my eyes. i rubbed em for awhile. they still look kinda red now actually. also, don't open your eyes real wide. makes you look even more like you don't feel very good. poking yourself in the eye with the brush helps too.

  • If the lenses are non prescription,things can be much easier. You just need to take the frames to the optical store and ask them to put lenses in it. But if it is prescription lens, your prescription is needed for them to cut the lenses for you.

  • Well, first, you should know that sore eyes are a very widespread and common eye infection that affects many people. It can be contagious. And if your eyes are infected with sore eyes, the blood vessels in the eyes will darken. Also, your eyes feel itchy, dry and sore, painful and discomfort. To treat it, you can use a clean and warm compress on the eyes for 2-3 minutes for a long time. Also, you should know that an eye pack made from chilled cucumber slices may be very beneficial. Finally, you can put cotton balls dipped in rose water over the eyes for a few minutes. This is very effective in reducing inflammation as well as discomfort. So you can just have a try. By the way, a sore eye can be caused by anything, such as a blow to the face, even something you do not care about. If you have some problems, I will suggest you go and see a doctor and he can give you some eye exam.