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Daly David T MD

Daly David T MD

(712) 623-7270

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1400 Senate Ave Ste 106
Red Oak,IA 51566

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  • In common, as a driver, you shall protect your eyes from intensive sunlight, Also, you shall prevent UV rays and glares from your eyes. So, polarized sunglasses are recommend for driving. If you have poor vision, you are also suggested to buy prescription polarized sunglasses for vision aids and eye shielding.

  • Well, in my opinion, you can just have some ways to solve the problem. And you even do not need to worry about it, for it can be fine. First, I will suggest you have your contact lenses in the pure water. And in that way, it will just wash the hairspray off. And then, you can have some solution on the contact lenses, so that it will clean the lens one more time. In that way, it will be safe to clean the virus from hairspray. So you can just have a try.

  • The time within one month after your surgery, do not go to water sports such as swimming. Even the sports which are easy to hurt the eyes, e.g. basketball or football, to avoid the external force crash into the eyes. Fatigue, dirty, and injury must be prohibited to protecting the surgery effects, because at this time, the eyes are too vulnerable to the hurt of outside. The wound are easily to be broken again and get infection. Beside the above cautions, there's something I remind to you for your care of eyes. Please don't wash your head or take shower within three days after the surgery. Meanwhile, avoid the dirt sewage into your eyes to prevent from infection. Make sure the water will not splash into your eyes within two weeks after the surgery. If not, use eye drop for help. During this period of the month after surgery, you’d better wear sunglasses when you go out to avoid the stimulation of outside blazing rays and dust.

  • Retinal detachment can occur as a result of:
    1. Shrinkage or contraction of the vitreous (VIT-ree-us) %u2014 the gel-like material that fills the inside of your eye. This can create tugging on the retina and a retinal tear, leading to a retinal detachment.
    2. Injury
    3. Advanced diabetes
    4. An inflammatory eye disorder

  • Yeah, of course. I think you may need custom tinted contact lenses. It can be non-prescription and prescription.Custom-made tints are created from a variety of colors in varying densities. Customized color lenses typically are semi-translucent, creating a natural-looking appearance. They can even camouflage a congenital eye defect or eye injury, or mimic the appearance of a healthy pupil. So custom tinted contact lenses is a good choice for you Halloween.

  • It may take weeks to months for uveitis to heal. If it is serious enough, it may take even longer time to get healed. Once you find you have got uveitis, you'd better have it treated as early as possible. Otherwise it will cause serious problems if it is untreated for a long time. Talk to your doctor about your problem to seek for proper treatment for your uveitis. I hope you can have your uveitis treated soon. Good luck!

  • The darker the eyes, the more light is absorbed as light waves pass through the eye, and the less light is available to reflect within the eye. Light reflection (scatter) within the eye can cause susceptibility to glare (eg. sun or headlights) and to poor contrast discernment. Thus it seems that people with darker eyes may have better vision in high-glare situations, perhaps this makes them better night drivers, for example.Eye colour may also affect your colour vision. Here it seems that lighter eyes may provide some advantages.So it seems to me that blue-eyed people should really go for dark-eyed partners, this way one can pick the paint colours, and the other can drive home at night.

  • The only way to view the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed Sun safely is to project or filter the Sun's rays. An easy and cheap way to view the Sun is to project its image to a screen, such as a sheet of white paper or cardboard. Projection works well with or without a telescope or binoculars. However, don't look through the telescope%u2019s eyepiece or side-mounted finder scope while projecting the Sun's image to a screen.

  • Yes, those who have high blood pressure or diabetes mellitus are liable to suffer subconjunctival hemorrhage because high blood pressure could aggravate the pathological changes of fundus blood vessel, increasing the possibility of subconjunctival hemorrhage. You should go to the hospital for an eye examination on schedule and control your blood pressure actively. First of all, you need to control the intake of the amount of energy. I advocate taking compound saccharides such as starch, maize, do not take much monosaccharide such as amylaceum, fructopyranose and saccharose, which could raise the blood fat. Secondly, control the intake of the amount of the fat. Cook food with plant oil and eat more marine fish with unsaturated fatty acid. Thirdly, ingest appropriate amount of protein. One gram of protein a day is agreeable. Fourthly, take more food with rich calcium and potassium but low sodium, such as potatoes, eggplants, sea-tangle, asparagus lettuce, milk, yoghurt, and dried small shrimps. Eat less broth. Fifthly, restrict the ingest of salt. Sixthly, take more fresh vegetables and fruits. Wish you healthy.

  • Try and cut back on the salt in your diet because salt can actually cause the puffy bags under your eyes. After waking up, try putting on a cool, moist teabag (just dip 2 unused teabags into cold water and wring out any extra water) onto both of your eyes and let it sit for about 15 minutes. Make sure it covers the whole eye(s). It should take away some of the puffiness. If it doesn't work, try asking a doc for help. Hope this helps! :)