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Primary Eyecare

Primary Eyecare

773-735-6090

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

5460 S Archer Ave
Chicago, IL 60638-3033

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  • Yeah, you are right. Some of them closed their eyes when the baby born, but the eyes some of the new babies are wide open when you are seeing the new world the first time, because they have been looking around in mother's tummy for about 15 weeks before this. If the eyes of the baby are closed when he is born, as usual, it will not take long time to open his eyes because he also wants to know the new environment. If you just put the baby in the room, he will open his eyes within a few days. However, when you put the new-born baby under the sunshine or the strong light, the baby will squint or turn away from the light which will make his eyes feel uncomfortable. If you always see the baby's eyes are closed, that does not mean he do not open the eyes, instead that is just because the baby are asleep when you see.

  • Yes, it need some time to get used to them as one lens is for close and the other is for distance and your brain can't coordinate very well between them. Once getting used to monovision contact lenses, the two eyes will coordinate to see close-up and distant objects as well as bifocal contact lenses.

  • Ok, it seems that there is something wrong with your eyes and you just want to relieve your situation through a natural way. Anyway, here I should recommend honey to you, which is one of the most nutritious things for our health, and it could help with our infection and improve our immune system. Also, you should get some vitamin pills on a regular basis, vegetables are also essential for your problem. But most importantly, you need timely and effective treatment.

  • Those people who have short sightedness or diabetes are easier to suffer from eye floaters in their vision. But eye floaters can be a common phenomenon that most of us will experience in some stage of our life or some may even suffer form a few eye floaters in their whole life. If you want to know more information about eye floaters, you can input your answer and to find more related answers. Or you can visit https://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2010/06/what-causes-eye-floaters/ to know more basic information about eye floaters. Hope this helped!

  • As we all know that the usual treatment for myopia is either wearing glasses or doing eye surgery. When it comes to wearing eyeglasses, it just worsen your vision instead of improving your vision sight. It is because that the eyeglasses are just act as a medical aid which just help you to see clearly instead of completely cure your vision. Moreover, if you doing eye surgery, you can not make sure that you will get normal vision after eye surgery. Or, it may cause the second-time surgery, which is harmful to your eyes. Hope this helpful.

  • Yes. There are a wide variety of contact lenses available for astigmatism, including hard, soft and extended wear. You can go to your nearby optical store to ask. But extended contacts are not always safe to wear although they are designed for long time wearing.

  • Yes,eye patch on one eye make another eye stronger.

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  • The rarest eye colors include amber, violet and red. Amber eye is caused by the yellow pigment lipochrome. As for the violet eyes, people are believed to be that it is the result of a lack of enough pigment to fill the entire eye, leads to the blood vessels becoming visible. Red eye is the result of albinism, thus the eye lacks any pigment.

  • Yes. As we know that pink eyes are very contagious and they can easily spread to your other eye if you rub one eye then immediately rub the other. But if you pay much attention to it and do a good disinfecting job, the other eye will not get infected.

  • As far as I know, caffeine wouldn't cause puffy eyes, but on the contrary, can even eliminate edema, because it has the effect of diuresis, The reason that caused your puffy eyes, as you have mentioned, could probably be that you've been doing hard work for a period. Although you are accustomed to drinking coffee, the puffy eyes caused by the tiredness still couldn't be removed, and what is worse, caffeine as a kind of stimulant, can't help you to recover from fatigue. So in order to have a good rest in the coming days, drink less coffee and try to feel relaxed.