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No. You'd better not. Your cornea can get back to normal 6 months after you give birth to a baby. If you wear contacts right after giving birth, you will get conjunctivitis and other eye problems in your eyes because the contact lenses can block oxygen from getting into your eyes.
It doesn't matter if you are not push the lenses into eyes too har in your eyes. You may feel uncomfortable. But after a while, your eyes will feel better. I have such bad experience,too. I feel really hurt at the time when i get the eyeglasses in the eyes. But lucikly, i didn't get serious hurt. So, don't worry, keep calm and check your eyes. Hope you will be Ok soon.
Yes, it is normal for you to get blurred vision when you suffer glaucoma. Once you get glaucoma, your eye pressure will not be stable. You will feel dry at the eyes. That is the main reason for you to get the blurred vision. You need to have the good rest for the eyes, using some eye drops to release the symptom. You should also take some medical treatment to cure your glaucoma.
I highly suggest you to go to the doctor because different types of pink eye has different treatment. Bacterial and viral pink eye are contagious, but allergic pink eye is not. It can be hard to tell which type you are suffering from, but allergic pink eye usually goes away quickly on its own, or when the irritating agent is removed and the eyes are rinsed out.
Yes, as far as I know, fish oil can help blepharitis. Taking fish oil can be helpful for reducing itchiness, burning caused by blepharitis. Fish oil provides a good source for omega-3 fatty acids, which is good for the blepharitis. What's more, some fats like flaxseed oil can also be helpful.
I head that there is no "Stye" product and there is no medical basis for how it would help a stye. If you have a stye, warm compresses are the right way to treat you. And Rx [prescription] remedy is TOBRADEX eye drops that may help you, and this is also used for pink eye. they can react quickly. Anyway, you shall ask your eye doctor who knows better than others.
I think the mineral oil can be the good choice for your dry eyes. Using the mineral oil is a good way to lubricate your eyes if you don't produce tear naturally. You can use a special kind of eye mineral oil to before you go to sleep. This will be work. However, you should talk to you eye doctor about the best way for your dry eyes. And there are many other causes for dry eyes, so you can try to adjust your living style or diet. This maybe take a long time, but it would be good in the long run.
For the first ten days after double eyelid surgery, your eyes may feel sticky, dry, itchy and so on. Do not worry, those problems will be disappear day by day after you use the eye drops that your surgeon recommended. And remember not to rub your eyes during this period because it can make your eyes worse.
I have to tell you the difference between eyes is only the color, nothing more.Everything else was all make up by people who wants to fool others. You must know that the eye color is a sign of the race, and it's a generic factor. And it's from the ancestors, most importantly, eyes are all the same except the color.
If you have no too much time to sleep, you should avoid use your eyes continually without rest. Try to have a 5 minutes rest every hour. The most effective way to rest your eyes is to see things 5 meters away from you. In addition, we all know the color of green is helpful to our eyes. So you can go next to the window to see some trees and flowers. That would get your eyes relief and probably increase your work efficiency.
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