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Yes, you can and it really works great. Since breast milk is sterile and fresh breast milk contains anti bacterial qualities, which can be very helpful for curing your eye infections, as well as your sore eyes just like the virgin coconut oil. And there is almost no side effect. You can just put a few drops of breast milk into your sore eyes. What's more, it can cure throats and mouth sores too. Have a try and good luck!
Well, generally speaking, for normal eyes, there should be no visible white between the top of the iris, which is the colored part of the eye, and the upper eyelid. When you can see white in this area, it is usually a sign that there is abnormal eye bulging occurring. If a person suddenly develops proptosis, especially in just one eye, it is considered a very serious problem. And there are many reasons which can cause it. So to treat it, it heavily depends on the underlying cause. Eyes do not bulge out for any given reason, so it's safe to assume there is a more serious problem lurking. Depending on the underlying causes, medications can help. Other times, in more serious cases, surgery may be necessary.
I am sorry to hear that. You must have ignore the proper prevention of your eyes. The sun will emit some dangerous invisibly lights like invisible infra-red or ultra-violet radiation leading to retina burn. Further, retina burns can be caused unconsciously, especially when you have a long time outdoor activities, even on cloudy days, or go out during 10am-2pm, where the sunâ€™s UV rays are at their strongest. Besides, your contact lenses may not have built-in UV protection. Keep it in mind that UV can not be filtered by the cloud. Also, scientists have already proved that prolonged and excessive sun exposure can do a lot of damage to our eyes in the long run. Our white part of the eye may inflame the conjunctiva,called photokeratitis, including the redness of the eyes or discomfort. Don't worry, it can be remedied easily though. What is more, you can avoid permanent damage to your sight by using lubricating eye drops and anti-inflammatory drops.
2 types of glaucoma. Chronic and acute.
With chronic glaucoma there are no warning symptoms. Unless you visit the optometrist regularly you won't know until it's too late. Chronic glaucoma does NOT give rise to photophobia.
In acute glaucoma the symptoms; severe pain, red eye, blurred vision. will force you to get help. Photophobia is not a regularly reported symptom.
Your children may roll the eyes involuntarily because of the coming bacterium which is invisible. You could also find that his eyes may get infection. You need to help him with some home remedies, like the warm compress which will be so workable. You could also give eyes drops with anti-inflammation into your children's eyes which will make their eyes get clear and moisture.
I don't think the soft lenses can fit properly over the top of the hard lenses. I've never heard people wear the soft contact lenses together with the hard lenses. Go to check with your doctor.
It is so hard to say whether the glasses lenses are better than the plastic lenses for the sunglasses because both two sides have their own advantage and disadvantages. The glasses lenses may be easily broken when falling down. And the plastic lenses can be beard for several falling down. However, the plastic lenses will be light which will be worn comfortable. While the glasses lenses sunglasses will be a little heavy. Thus, you'd better base on your own needs to choose. If you are an uncareful person, you should choose the plastic one. If you are the person who cares about the quality, you'd better choose the glasses lenses sunglasses.
Well, blurred eyes, which are always a character of the failed work of eye imaging system, can be resulted from the side effects of some eye surgeries, commonly laser surgery. In general, eye inflammations caused by the bacteria, viruses or some foreign substances lead to the reduction of clarity of vision. Sometimes, the incorrect use of some medications has the same impact. As we all know, firstly, we need to get the information from the object and send to the retina, finally present the image there by the translation of our optic nerves. The damage of any parts will certainly lead to the vision problems. By the way, the deficient supply of liver blood also results in blurry vision and other eye problems. Irritated eyes will block the message to communicate normally. So you may need to develop a healthy life style. On safe side, it is reasonable to see a doctor if it gets worse latter.
Well, generally speaking, if you have scratched corneal, it will be very dangerous. So in my opinion, you should try some ways to treat it. For example, you may take some warm cloth on your eyes and do a warm compress on your eyes. In that way, it can relieve the symptom. Also, just have some medicine from the doctor. also, wearing eye patch can be effective. By wearing an eye patch, it can be bothersome, but doing so will insure a speedy recovery for scratched corneas. When you have scratched eyes, it is easy for your eyes to be infected by some irritants, or pollution. So just be careful about it.
No, the prescription for contact lenses and eyeglasses are different because the contact lenses will put into your eyes while eyeglasses just hang on your face. And usually contact are made with non prescription and different level of prescription and already to sell. As long as you offer your prescription, they will provide the proper contact lenses from their stocks for you.
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