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Denise A Hug MD

Denise A Hug MD

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2401 Gillham Rd
Kansas City, MO 64108

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  • Well, how weird it sounds! I don' t think this is common. Maybe you just get somewhere hurt so that you get this. You might as well think of these days carefully to find out what had happened to you. If this just happens for no reason, then I can only suggest you to go to your eye doctor. I know a guy who used to meet this situation but he changed that through a surgery. By the way, are there any problems with your eyesight so far? If not, then you may not worry too much.

  • Maybe you could, but don't do that. There are a large number of microorganisms in water when you are swimming or diving. It's easy for your eyes to get infection or irritation. Hence, the eye risk would associate with the health risk. However, you could use some ways to avoid the contact lenses touch the water directly, if you have to wear the contact lenses in water. Firstly, the protective goggle is the most effective way to protect your contact lenses in water. It could prevent microorganisms from outside and keep your contact lenses in the right place when you encounter waves or water splashes. Or you should choose soft and disposable contact lenses, which has larger circumference to firmly stick to your eyes, and it could decrease the water pressure to your eyes.

  • Well, uveitis is inflammation of the 'uvea' of the eye. And also, there are several factors which can lead to uveitis, including autoimmune disorders, such as sarcoidosis, rheumatoid arthritis, infections and trauma. Well, in common, you can just use some eye drop to reduce inflammation. On the other hand, iris is made up of muscular fibers that control the amount of light entering the pupil, in that way, you can see clearly. And when it is inflamed, we will say the ititis occur. And when you have suffered much stress, it can just affect your eyes, leading to iritis. And when you get iritis, there are some symptoms which you may suffer from. For example, pain in the eye may occur.

  • Yes. There are some over the counter eye drops designed for eye allergy. You can go to the nearby pharmacy and find them. The staff there may give you some suggestion.

  • Considering your situation, active eye floaters, sounds really bad. I just wonder what you have been doing recently, what led to active eye floaters. So, if you want to know why, you should reflect if there is anything unusual you've done. Maybe the cause lies there. Generally speaking, lack of sleep, overuse of your eyes, sleeplessness or excessive water taken will lead to more serious eye floaters. But I still recommend that you go and see a doctor as soon as possible.

  • It is said that the success rate of PRK surgery can reach 99% today. But I am not sure if it is works for you since I have no idea about your eye condition. Anyway, there are risks to take PRK surgery. And it is possible to get undercorrection or overcorrection etc. But these situations are really rare. So, don’t worry and keep calm, you shall believe that most of people can get a success surgery, and you will be one of them.

  • Yes, stress can lead to an eye stye. This information comes from other people who have noticed their increased stress level bringing styes on. Also medical authorities have confirmed that stress can for example trigger the development of a stye. And for the reasons, here is the explanation. When you are stressed and haven't slept well your immune system may be vulnerable and thus allowing infections to happen which might cause stye. So you should know that it does lead to an eye stye. So if you have an eye stye, what should you do? To treat it, the effective way you can do is just make you self not so stressed and also have good rest. So that it will do a good job to it.

  • It depends what kind of colored contact lenses you wear, if you have disposable contact lenses that is used for one day only, you have to throw them away using once. If you have cosmetic colored contact lenses, you had better not wear them more than once if it is unnecessary.Due to the color would be brighter than the normal ones to highliten the effects, and they are directly touch your retina. On the other side, if you have corrective colored contact lenses, you can wear them for a certain period, but you have to take them off and clean them in the night.

  • Theoretically, the witch hazel do with the stye. Witch hazel is basically a shrub that has immense healing properties. Witch hazel is a herbal remedy for a number of ailments. It is a powerful medication to treat swollen eyelids and stye. Take a cotton ball and soak it in refrigerated with hazel. When using witch hazel for the treatment of stye, it is essential to keep the eyes closed, as this herbal remedy will cause a burning sensation if it goes into the eyes. Keep these cotton balls over the affected eye for 10-20 minutes daily.

  • Circle contact lenses with the other name big eye contact lens is in fact a cosmetic contact lens that makes the eye's iris appear larger. It is said that this kind of lenses stem from South Korea. Circle contact lenses are tinted not only in areas that cover the iris of the eye, but also prominently in the extra-wide outer rim of the lens, which result in the bigger appearance of your eyes. They are available in various colors and effects so that attract a lot of young people. It is said that many circle lenses are manufactured in Asian countries where there are no guidelines or supervision over the production of the lenses. So it may be risky to wear them. Be very much careful when you choose circle contact lenses.