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Health Partners

Health Partners

651-254-7544

Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

401 Phalen Blvd
Saint Paul, MN 55130-5302

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  • No, just like the eyeglasses, the contact lenses also have their own sizes according to the base curves sized. You may base on your size of the eyeballs to choose the contact lenses. That is why a lot of people will go to have an eye exam before buying the contact lenses.

  • You’d better not wear contact lenses during pregnancy. If you must wear, you should not use care solution, because the care solution is chemical, the lenses which soaked for a long time in chemical may have certain effect to your body. When the woman is pregnant, the resistance will decline, care solution can be easily damage the retinal cells, unlike other body cells, these cells can not be regenerated, it will make your eyes become very dry, or have the problem of inflammation and other issues.

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  • Yes, it is possible for you to get glaucoma from eye trauma. As we know, the main reason of glaucoma is the high pressure at the eyes. If you get the eye trauma, your eyes will get unstable eye pressure at the eyes surface. You need to have the good rest for the eyes, not sitting in front of the computers for a long time. You could use warm compress to make the eyes feel comfortable.

  • Yes, the dizziness can be caused by cataract surgery. As we know that Dizziness refers to a condition that causes sensations such as faintness, unsteadiness and lightheadedness. There are also many factors which can lead to it, such as low blood pressure, eye disorders. Especially when you have a cataract surgery, it can lead to eye disorders. In that way, it can cause dizziness. According to some researches, Dizziness can also begin for individuals with visual disturbances, such as cataract surgery. So, treating individual disorders will help relieve the related dizzy feelings. Besides, after the surgery, there are also many things you should pay attention to, for your eyes are sensitive and fragile. For example, you should avoid eye injuries by wearing a protective shield at night and with naps until you are advised by your doctor. Also, you should remember not sleep on the side of the operated eye for the first night.

  • The stuffy nose is not a symptom of blocked tear ducts. Poor development of tear ducts or some illness of eye organization will lead to the blocked tear ducts. The eyeballs secrete tears every now and then; normal people will drain the tears into the nasal cavity. And people can hardly notice this process. If the tear ducts are blocked, the symptom is to keep running tear not the stuffy nose.

  • In my opinion, you must stay in the computer for a long time, because the radiation of computer can do harm to your eye health. Also, your working environment is not so good, with insufficient light, which can lead to eyes sore. Of course, you can restore with suitable ways. For example, you can rest for several seconds to relax eyes, and ask for a lighter working environment.

  • First of all do not overuse the eye drops, do more exercises to help to protect your eyes. When the eye drops go to your throat, It is common and very harmless. You do not have to worry about this, if you really feel uncomfortable to taste the eye drops, do not put too much eye drops into your eyes, drink some water to wash it away from your throat when you feel it come to your throat.

  • Those who suffer from macular degeneration usually produce a slow, painless loss of vision. However, in some rare cases, they may suffer vision loss in a sudden. And they can find shadowy areas in their central vision or unusually fuzzy or distorted vision as early signs of vision loss from macular degeneration. Signs of macular degeneration also include Drusen, hemorrhage in the eye, hard exudates, subretinal or intraretinal fluid, incipient and geographic atrophy, drastically decreased visual acuity, trouble discerning colors, slow recovery of visual function after exposure to bright light and a loss in contrast sensitivity.

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