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3000 39th St # 102 Port Arthur,TX 77642
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About Singla Eye Institute
TollFree: (877) 405-2745
Phone: (409) 985-2569
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Problems with your eyes could pop up during pregnancy, but don't worry. You can expect them to correct themselves after the baby comes.During pregnancy, we are easily to get dry eye, sore eye and weaker vision because of hormonal changes. However, even though your vision is weaker, you are not allowed to wear contacts, you should wear frame eyeglasses instead. Moreover, regarding to the sore eye, it will be gone itself you just need to have enough sleep. Hope this helpful.
of course you can . Visit your doctor and see what kinds of bifocal lenses you need . But you make me feel a little weird that people usually need bifocal lenses cuz they don't want to take eyeglasses on and off frequently and need wear them all the time .
No,it can't be contagious. Cataract is usually caused by aging,gene,radiation or trauma.
Red veiny eyes are common and normal. Main cause of the appearance of red veins in the sclera or the white portion of the eye is the irritation, dilation, and swelling of the blood vessels within. This irritation and enlargement are caused by several factors such as the below: 1.Dry air can cause irritation of the eyes which often results in prominent red veins in the eyes. 2.Too much exposure to the sun and dust particles. 3.Foreign body that can damage or cut the eyes. 4.Allergic reactions and colds. 5.Trauma that can be caused by too much straining or coughing. 6.Fatigue and stress. 7.Subconjunctival hemorrhage or red eye. Hope this helpful.
There are many foods that can help you prevent macular degeneration, such as the fruit of wolfberry, eggs, dates and porker liver which bright your eye sight. Once you get the macular degeneration, you'd better go to see the doctor and accept the medical treatment. You should take great care of your eyes.
It is normal to have headache cuz your eyes are adjusting to get used to them.Generally it may take one week to get used.If the headache is acute,you need to visit your doctor.
No, as far as i know, laser eye surgery can't correct keratoconus. On the contrary, the surgery can make your eye condition even more serious. To treat it, eyeglasses or soft contact lenses are recommended to treat keratoconus. And the the diseases can make the cornea thin and becomes increasingly more irregular in shape. So, you'd better consult an eye doctor for a properly treatment according to your eye condition.
If your sunglasses out of shape after long time wearing, you can buy a new pair instead. Because it is not easy to bend sunglasses back into shape. if your sunglasses are made of metal or titanium frame, you may possible to get the sunglasses in shape. But if your sunglasses are plastic frame, you probably broke your sunglasses. If you have no idea how to bend back them, you can have an optician to help you.
Almost all optical stores offer prescription glasses. But if you want to order prescription glasses online, you should go to have an eye exam first to get your prescription. Then you can order glasses you like with your prescription. You can just search them online and then there will be a list of online optical stores appearing on the first page, which are all reliable. You can try Zenni Optical, or eyebuydirect.com which have a wide selection of prescription glasses for you to choose.
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