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Skarote Lucille OD

Skarote Lucille OD

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2224 5th Ave
Youngstown,OH 44504

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  • No, in fact, it does not work on pink eye. As we all known, pink eye is one most common eye problem that is caused by a virus or bacteria. It would go away after one week. Lime juice does not helpful for curing pink eye, even it could irritate your eyes and cause pain because of its acids ingredient. In order to treat pink eye, you should always clean and keep your hands clean thus not spread the pink eye to the other eye or people, not to rub your eyes as well. And you should drop some eye drops based on the eye doctor's advice.

  • Well, sometimes some diseases will show no signs and indications, therefore, it would be very hard for you to detect. However, red eye would not necessarily mean pink eyes, maybe you just have a lack of sleep recently. Have you been sleeping well? But if you have the feeling for a few days in a row, then probably there is something wrong with your eyes. I recommend you get some eye drops to help.

  • Yes, it can. Serious hypoglycemia can harm the cardiovascular such as fast heart rate, increased pulse pressure, myocardial ischemia, angina pectoris, even myocardial infarction. In addition, it can also damage the nervous system, the cerebral cortex inhibition. It can cause the hazy consciousness , weak directional force sensibility, lethargy, vibration, mental disorder and so on. And it can damage the eyes and kidney, leading to the retinal detachment and eyeground hemorrhage. Thus, if you have the low blood sugar, you'd better intake a lot of sugar for yourself.

  • Well, yes, it is normal to have dark circles under your eyes after you have the running. As we know that there are many reasons which can lead to dark circles, such as lack of sleep, hereditary reasons, even stress, fatigue. So when you have running, it will just make you feel tired, and stressed. At that moment, it will just affect your eyes, leading to dark circles. To treat it, there are some ways you can have a try. You can use some cool cucumber slices. As we know that cucumber slices have long been used to reduce puffiness and refresh the appearance of skin around the eyes, providing a fast "pick-me-up" for tired and puffy eyes. But on the other hand, they can also be good for the dark circles. So just put a slice over each eye, extending over the darkened area. Remember that you should do this everyday, coupled with lying down for 10-15 minutes. And that can be effective.

  • Hello and thanks for your question, what kind of soap or shampoo are you using on your face or hair? Allergies can develop anytime, irritation, infection, and trauma also can got bloodshot eyes, in addition, getting a lot of water in your eyes can make them bloodshot, especially if there is a lot of chlorine in your water, if persists, see your doctor.

  • Pink eye is a kind of highly contagious disease. I think if you have red, irritated eyes, the first thing you should do is to call your ophthalmologist immediately. They can schedule an eye exam for you. Pink eye can be called conjunctivitis. If the clear covering of the white of the eye or the inside of the eyelids got an inflammation, you may get the pink eye. If you are a current contacts wearer, you suggest you to remove your contacts until your symptoms totally disappear.

  • I know that toric lenses have two powers that can used for astigmatism and myopia or hyperopia. Since you only have astigmatism, a spherical soft lens will suit you fine.

  • I can see that you have got some trouble recently, dry eyes could be generated by a lot of reasons, such as a lack of sleep, less blink of eyes, or some infections with your eyes. If you constantly have dry eyes, then you should figure out what precisely resulted in that problem. Here I got some advice for you. First of all, try to blink more and get sufficient water. Second, try to have breaks during business hours or entertainment hours. Also, try to get a healthier diet and take some vitamin pills. If the problem does not change, then a doctor would be necessary.

  • The problem is incorporating this amount of prism (20D) is a prescription lens. It would be very thick and heavy, and the lens size would have to be small and limited, hence the frame choice would be limited. With a muscle imbalance at this level, it is worth asking the eye specialist if an operation (to adjust the external muscles of the eyes) is possible. If so it may be a good permanent solution.

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