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Sugiki Shigemi, MD

Sugiki Shigemi, MD

(808) 528-5333

Category: Eye Doctor

1380 Lusitana St
Honolulu, HI 96813

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  • All right, it seems that you are quite concerned about the side effects on your eyes by getting botox surgeries. Anyway, it is true that your body might suffer some minor problems but according to lots of cases, black eyes would simply not occur. If you get black eyes due to botox, you just need to consult the surgeon who operated on you, and pay attention to your eye health and body health in every aspect.

  • You should firstly wash your eyes with clean water. Then what you should do is to make your eyes open big with your thumb and index of the left hand. Next, use your finger of the right hand to take the speck out of the eye. During this movement, you should do carefully. A mistaken direction may let your eyes water. Following this step can you remove the speck from your eyes.

  • It is really bad to gei hit in the eyes. I think it is quite possible to get black eyes instead of blindness. After all it is not very common to get blindness just from a hit in eyes, but it is possible. Anything is impossible, right? Eyes are very delicate organs so that they are easily to get hurt. A hit in the eye might break the capillaries in and around eyes. The blood congeled beneath skin will discolorate the area, so black eye is resulted. It causes bloodshots or even sub-conjunctivia hemorrhage at the same time. You might saw stars or totally black when you got a hit in eyes. After a few seconds, the vision will gradually come back. But if you see floaters, curtains or any other vision problems persisting or worsening, then I think it is the best choice for you to visit your ophthalmologist at the earliest. After all vision system is very complicated, it is hard to tell whether the hit damaged any fragile part.

  • Maybe sex can cause eye twitch and headache. If you stay up too late in the night, you will not have a good sleep. This can be one of the causes for eye twitch. If you don't like the person but he or she bothers you a lot, you may have a headache. But usually sex will not cause eye twitch or headache in our daily life.

  • If you don't need prescription computer glasses, you don't have to offer your prescription. Tell the seller the purpose that you will use your glasses for. They will add anti-radiation coating to your glasses, and then your non prescription computer glasses will be able to prevent computer radiations and protect your eyes.

  • You can apply warm compress to relieve eye styes for your children. Put a piece of clean cloth or flannel in hot water. And then wring them until they don't drop water. Then apply the warm cloth or flannel on your children' eyes. Remember that you can't use very hot water, because children' skin is more tender.

  • Aging and too much exposure to UV lights can lead to yellow whites. If you want to make the whites of your eyes yellow, you can stay at the outside without a pair of sunglasses. But I will not suggest you to do that for too much exposure to the sunlight will lead to eye problems. Macular degeneration is a kind of eye disease many senior citizens may suffer from.

  • Yes, your red eyes may be caused from migraines because of the affection of the head nerves which are interlinked with eye nerves. You need to have a good rest for the eyes which will be so helpful for you. In addition, you could also use the warm compress to make your eyes feel comfortable. Taking a good rest is so important for you.