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Carniglia Patricia DR

Carniglia Patricia DR

(212) 689-2333

Category: Eye Doctor

77 Park Ave,
New York, NY 10016

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  • When they get the strained eyes, they will feel so hard to open their eyes and their eyes feel tired. They may see things in the blurry state, not seeing things clearly. In addition, they will get the dryness of the eyes. The eyes may get the bloodshot easily. Their eyes may be itchy too. In a word, they don't feel comfortable at the eyes.

  • Blepharitis is an ocular condition characterized by chronic inflammation of the eyelid, the severity and time course of which can vary. When one suffers blepharitis, the individual will has redness of the eyelids and vision may reduce gradually day by day. Red eyes also follows. Flaking of skin on the lids is one of causes for blepharitis. Omega 3 has a prominent effect on healing blepharitis, my elder sister told me that received oral omega-3 dietary supplementation consisting of two 1000-mg capsules 3 times a day, blepharitis can be controlled. I have found a study which about omega 3 and blepharitis and this study said that omega-3 FA dietary supplementation can have a beneficial effect on blepharitis. Some other ways also work for blepharitis, such as applying a warm, dry, new and clean compress to soften lids and remove oils, avoid make-up until you're fine.

  • I bumped my head as I flipped over on my Mt Bike and I didnt have a helmet...My left eye is now 13 percent lazy, as if I was rubbing it or just woke up and its red a lot...But other than that...Im ok...But will for now on wear a helmet....

  • Corneal abrasion could be classified according to different levels of injury. Slight corneal abrasion is just like scratched eyes, red injury. But serious corneal abrasion could be very horrible , there would just be some deep scar on your eyes. Anyway, corneal abrasion could give rise to some serious problems such as infections , even blindness. So you need to take care of this before too late.

  • Yes, the apple cider vinegar can help your pink eyes which can be contagious because of the containing vitamin C. You could also use some other medical care to treat your pink eyes at the same time. You should not drink or smoke which will stimulate your eyes. You could also have the good rest for the eyes.

  • Dude, i have the same condition, my eyes freaking swell everytime I workout. It sucks I don't know how to great it.

  • No, it is not OK for you to wear the 2 week contact lenses for more than 2 weeks. As we know, every contact lenses has its own expired time. You'd better use it before the expired time. Or else, the water content of the contact lenses will not provide you the enough water. You may get dry at the eyes. In addition, your eyes may get infection easily. As we know, the direct touched contact lenses will provide you the chance of breathing. If the contact lenses are used over the expired time, the water content will be decreased which will make your eyes feel dry. Your eyes may get high possibility of getting infection and inflammation.

  • Toric lenses are used to correct astigmatism. Accoding to what Wikipedia said, the toric lens has different optical power and focal length in two orientations perpendicular to each other. One lens surface is shaped like a cup from a torus, while the other one is spherical. You can find toric lenses in glasses contacts or intraocular lenses. If you still can't understand what it is, you can have a look at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toric_lens. Hope you can have a good understanding of the toric lens.

  • Yes. A lot of companies make OTG (over the glasses) type of goggles, but they are not convenient to use. Why don't you choose prescription goggles? They offer more convenient and effective solution and sharpen much of the clarity that can be lost between two separate lenses.