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John Wesley French MD

John Wesley French MD

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705 Chesterfield Hwy
Cheraw, SC 29520

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  • Well, so you have got something wrong with your eyes. Because as you can see, there will be some side effects on your eyes after the double eyelid surgery, such as infections and some comfort. Anyway, you could strictly follow the doctor's instructions and get back to test your eyes and do everything you can see protect your eyes. It is only a matter of time before you regain your lost vision.

  • I think you may get age related macular degeneration. I heard that one key identifier for age related macular degeneration is the collection of small, round, white-yellow, fatty deposits called drusen in the central part of the retina. I think the lime or a white spot/deposit on your retina can be the sign of age related macular degeneration. So I also suggest you to see an eye doctor as soon as possible. Hope this helped!

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  • Maybe you are experiencing a common condition which is known as photophobia. It means you are sensitive to light or intolerant to light. Some people are sensitive to sunlight, while some are sensitive to any type of brightness. You may suffer this after a long period of working at your computer which may cause eye strain. Under such conditions, the tired or sore eyes may not need urgent medical attention. People with lighter-colored eyes tend to be more sensitive to bright light too. If your situation got worse, I suggest you to see the eye doctor.

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  • If you got serious myopia, I kindly suggest you to wear eyeglasses which will not make your vision worsen. However, if your myopia is not serious so that it is not necessary for you to wear. You can take some eye excise to help the recovery of your vision naturally. Wearing glasses can't cause eyesight serious, but your life style do. So, taking care of your eyes and spend less time on computer or TV screen. Hope this can help you.

  • Yes, you should know that dry eyes can be hereditary. So maybe your situation can be this one. Generally speaking, you should know that if you do not have the necessary balance of these three layers in your eyes, or if your eyes do not make enough tears to coat the eye, you may have a condition, which is known as dry eye. But on the other hand, there are also some other cases you should know too. As we know that potential causes for dry eye include hereditary, immune-mediated, drug-induced, surgically induced, or chronic allergic eyelid disease. So dry eyes can be hereditary. To treat dry eyes like you, it can be difficult. But in my opinion, you can just take some foods which are rich in vitamin a. Vitamin a is good for the dry eyes. Or you should see an eye doctor. Besides, there are other less common causes including the distemper virus, radiation therapy around the eye, aging, nerve palsy or trauma.

  • Yes. It is normal. You can consult with your doctor to see how to treat this problem. Probably you itchy eyes will go away by itself very soon. But you shouldn't rub your eyes after the surgery in case it will cause some other problems.