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People suffered from corneal edema may experience decreased vision, blurred vision and redness in the eyes. Also, some people with corneal edema can see rainbow-colored halos around the lighted objects. But if you have decreased vision or blurred vision, you canâ€™t say you have corneal edema because there are many factors that can contribute those vision problems.
It is possible to have pinguecula from allergies. Pinguecula is the collagen fiber degeneration. The pinguecula is the white-yellowish deposit of this fiber on sclera. In most cases it appears in the corner near to nose. The most common causes of pinguecula is the exposure to sunrays or winds. Long-time exposure to UV rays would make it a higher risk to develop pinguecula. UV rays exposure also makes the bump grow. Meanwhile allergies can also cause pinguecula fomation, because anything causes irritations to eyes would cause a pinguecula to grow, including allergic to pollen, bacterial or viral infections. The yellowish bump is very annoying, but no other severe impacts to vision. But we know that the yellowish bump on the sclera makes people look old, so most people want to prevent it. I think it is better to wear a pair of sunglasses to protect eyes from damages from sunrays and winds. Take a healthy diet rich in nutrition which are good for eyes, for example vitamins, omega-3 fatty and so on.
Frankly speaking, I think the best eye color for woman is the original color of the eyes. So I kindly suggest you to choose contact lenses with enhancement tint, which will make your eyes bold and beautiful. However, you still can use some other color such as green, blue or yellow according to your likes.
According to your description, I have to guess that you may have a lazy eye. Because this is a very obvious symptom of a lazy eye. However, this is also very normal sometimes. Well, it just depends on how you treat it and what on earth you have got. Sometimes when you see a beauty on the street or when you see something beautiful, you will also get wandering eyes, hahaha, I guess you will know why? This is quite normal, please don' t take this behaviour as a kind of sickness or illness.
That kind of sunglasses is very cool. My dad bought me a pair of that kind of sunglasses last year. But my baby bro broke them when I was in school. It doesn't matter. My dad promised me that he will buy me another pair if I get a good result in the final exams of this term. Wish me good luck!
You should go to see your optician and ask him to help you remove the stuck lens immediately. Try also inserting some contact lens solution or sterile saline to see if you can move it by washing it out.
Ok, I can see that you would like to wear masquerade masks for a party or something, and what is unlucky is you are nearsighted. Anyway, it is true that your glasses would give you a lot of trouble in wearing your masks, which brings you charm and mystery. So, actually, I cannot figure out a better way unless you try some contact lenses, which could make you free from those glasses frames and improve your vision at the same time. There are just some daily contact lenses that you might like. Just get some of them at Walmart vision center.
A healthy diet helps you to have a healthy body. Such as Carrots are good for the eyesight, but I think milk does not have "eye magic" in it.
Well, yes, it can just lead to sensitivity to light. Generally speaking, when you suffer it, there will have some other symptoms in your body. For example, you may have sudden weight loss, even when your appetite and the amount and type of food you eat remain the same or even increase. But on the other hand, it will also affect your eyes, leading to some eye problems, such as red or swollen eyes, excessive tearing or discomfort in one or both eyes. Also, light sensitivity, blurry or double vision, inflammation, or reduced eye movement can be possible. And that can be dangerous. At this time, you need to go and see the doctor as soon as possible.
6-8 hours of wearing contact lenses per day, I think is OK. Don't forget to take them off when you sleep otherwise your eyes will be lack of hygiene.
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