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Duffy Francis J OD

Duffy Francis J OD

(505) 842-1844

Category: Eye Doctor

1100 Lead Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106

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  • What you need to do is put 65 for the OD and 55 for the OS. Moreover, Axis, is a number between 0 and 180 degrees instead of 0 and 1, and means the orientation of your astigmatism. Hope this helpful.

  • The eye doctor may tell you to change your contatcs every 2-3 weeks. I often change my contacts every 2 weeks. However, I think you should consult your optometrist and ask him/her for advice. Remember not wear them if they are without the recommended time, otherwise it may cause eye infections.

  • Well, yes, in my opinion, sunglasses can just make you break out. So that is why you can feel like that. Generally speaking, when you have a pair of sunglasses, because of the different types, designs, you may feel differently. At that time, it can just make you have a time to adapt to the new environment. And at the same time, it will just affect your eyes, making you break out. By the way, after you have been accustomed to the darker environment, it will make you break out too, when you take off the sunglasses, for the sudden change of the lights intensity can be serious. Anyway, it can be normal.

  • No, you are not recommended to do so. It is really dangerous to wear two different pairs of contact lenses in eyes at the same time, because these contact lenses won't be able to fit in your eyes. They will move in your eyes. This results in corneal scratches and scrapes.

  • Manuka honey has lots of usages, such as resisting the bacterium, curing skin ulcer, comforting stomach, etc. And basically, it's a kind of honey, so manuka honey has the moisture usage. It can smooth our skin if you insist on drinking that. I suggest you take vitamin pills as supplements, and eat more fruits and leafy foods in your daily life.

  • From the name we can know photophobia is a kind of disease that make people sensitive of light. Germany’s former Prime Minister Kohl’s wife was dead of photophobia. She was so sensitive of light that she had never been out for almost fifteen months, she only stayed in an house with no light. There is no efficient way to treat photophobia, you shall try to avoid to go out as possible as you can. To some degree, a pair of sunglasses may be helpful to photophobia.

  • Eye problems may lead to dizziness and headaches and neurological disorder such as a stroke may lead to dizziness and headaches too. I think the first thing you may need to do is to have a correct diagnosis. There are many possibilities in getting dizziness and headaches. If you are suffering from great pressure and anxiety at this moment, you may suffer from dizziness and headaches. Hope you good luck!

  • Well, from what you said, I know you are very worried over this. But I can assure you that everything is gonna be fine, as long as you pay attention to where went wrong and keep optimistic and happy. True, sometimes liver failure might affect other parts, such as our eyes. And yellow eyes could be resulted and be terrible. But you can try to take intensive medical treatment to help yourself! Trust me. You also should make sure what you eat and how you live is proper and healthy.

  • Yes,eye ulcer can come back. Because eye ulcer can be caused by viral infection such as herpes simplex virus and fungal infections which may happen when you overuse eye drops that contain steroids. Dry eyes and disorders that affect eyelid and prevent your eye closing completely can cause eye ulcers as well. Moreover, if you wear contact lenses, it will take risk of eye ulcers too. So when you feel your eyes uncomfortable, you should go to seek medical care.

  • Yes, it is true. Reading in small print, especially in a dimly lit room for a long time will actually be bad for your eyes. When the print is small, your eye nerves will be in strain when looking them clearly. If you do this for a long time, your eyes may get short sighted. Or the original prescription will get higher.