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Wm Foord Md

Wm Foord Md

603-752-8007

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60 Pleasant St
Berlin, NH 03570-1947

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  • Well, generally speaking, a blood clot in the eyes can be dangerous. You should know that it appears as a single, concentrated spot of red or many scattered red patches on the white of the eyes. And in common, some eye injury, high blood pressure, even other eye disorder can lead to it. So you should pay more attention to it, or it can be serious. To treat it, you can try some ways. For example, you can just put a hot compress over the eyelid to get relief from irritation. Or just console it with the doctor, and he can give some advices. And when it occurs, you may suffer eye pain too. Of course, other symptoms, such as blurry vision, even red eyes can occur.

  • A lot of Vitamin B1 is needed when sugar is metabolizing in your body.When one takes in too much sugar,the Vitamin B1 will be in shortage which may contribute to the myopia.Anyway,it is not good to eat much sugar. It also does no good to your teeth.

  • Well, generally speaking, you should know that it is very normal to have this symptom after the eye surgery. And they will disappear in some days, so you should not worry about it too much. Floaters are actually tiny clumps of gel or cells inside the vitreous, the clear jelly-like fluid that fills the inside of your eye. It is more common for people who have undergone eye operations. In other words, we can say that floaters occur after you have the surgery, because your eyes have become more sensitive. In that way, it can react to some environment factors. Anyway, they are harmless, and in most cases require no treatment. By the way, you should also avoid your eyes infected by some virus, or it can just make your eye floaters serious.

  • Vitiligo is a condition of pigment disorder in the skin and mucous membranes. It is caused by the loss of pigment, due to the destruction of pigment-forming cell named as melanocytes. The exact reason for this destruction remains unknown. There is a popular theory about vitiligo that the cell was destroyed by body's immune system. No matter how, this condition affect 0.5%-2% population of the world. The skin color selectively turns pale surrounded by healthy skin. It is much more noticeable for dark-skin race. I looked into materials, and got no sources about the connection between vitiligo and eye conditions. The impact on eyes from vitiligo could be easily found out. It commonly affects the color of skin which part is exposed to sun, such as face, and openings around body. Vitiligo can affect eyelids and hairs too. There is some rare cases that vitiligo can change the color of retina too. It causes pigment loss of retina. So far, no more other effects on eyes are founded.

  • I am so sorry. Glaucoma is an eyes disease of optic neuropathy damage. And in the end, the vision may be lost gradually. But don't give up, with the development of technology, there are some treatment can prevent, slow and treat it, such as medical and laser surgical means. Eating the right food and a positive metal attitude are also good for your eyes.

  • Yes, kale is good for your eyes, so you can eat them much. As we know that Kale, also known as borecole, is one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet. It is also a good source of minerals copper, potassium, iron, manganese, and phosphorus. Kale's health benefits are primarily linked to the high concentration and excellent source of antioxidant vitamins A, C, and K and so on. Also, it is also rich in the eye-health promoting lutein and zeaxanthin compounds. Anyway, it does a good job to your body and your eyes. Just eat them more.

  • When you get the eye bags, you could use the ice to help you with eye bags. Usually the cold compress will make the eyes feel comfortable and cool the eye nerves. In addition, you could also drink more tea to release the eye bags. You should not eat the spicy food which will stimulate your eye nerves. You should drink more water.

  • I think the problems lie in you can't keep your sunglasses because you often break them by accident. Yes, a pair of good sunglasses can be very expensive. But I think a pair of sunglasses can be used for at least three years if you maintain them in a good way and take good care of them. You can put your sunglasses in an eyeglasses case. Many eyeglasses stores will give that kind of cases for free, so you won't break your sunglasses anymore. Hope this helped!

  • yes ,it is true . As you are short-sighted and 300 in both eyes , you don’t need to wear the contacts when you try to see something close . But if you wear them all the time , the focus will change and affect your vision . So you need the bifocal contact lenses to help you adjust the focus . Hope I have made a clear explainment .

  • According to your prescription, of course, you can get high index lens with semi rimless glasses because that your prescription is not that high. If your PX power is very strong, then the lenses will be pretty thick even with polished edges. Semi-rimless glasses will show the full lenses on the bottom so you will be able to tell that the lens is thick when someone looks at you. With full frame glasses you won't be able to tell that the lenses are as thick because the frame hides the lenses. But with your prescription, it is ok for you wear use semi-rimless glasses.