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That may well be. Whenever I get a new prescription for glasses, it takes a few weeks for my eyes to get used to the damn things. The Eyes twitching was one of them.
Iris heterochromia is a kind of abnormal body which refers to that two eye iris present different color character on eye color. Especially the iris is the color of the organization by iris pigment precipitation and distribution decisions which form process in any of the above factors. It influences the pigment distribution that can cause different eye color. Human iris gezer contain only three basic kinds: brown, blue and green. Other colors iris is the three kinds of color variation. It is very difficult to define hazel. They are described as light brown or tan. Some people think that hazel is brown and blue iris in the middle of the color. The formation of the red pigment is mostly caused by the lack of the material, such as congenital albino disease. The red color is the color of red blood cells. Green is the color of the iris which is the most rare in Europe's celtics teuton and Slavic people higher proportion. The amber proportion is in Europe or hybrids. Usually the Asian people will have black eyes. Actually their black color is not that black.
Old sayings told us that there is no room for half a grain of sand in our eyes, because it makes us feel not comfortable at all. And what's worse, it is very dangerous if a poke in eye. It will poke the cornea sometimes and is also likely to harm or destroy to the eyeball. In daily life, you should be careful for your eyes, they are very fragile.
Well, how careless you were to have got your eyes scratched. So, as far as I know, it would be pretty hard for your vision to fully recover. There are some tips for you. Try to get some special eye drops that could help the improvement and recovery. Then, avoiding using your eyes too much. In a word, as long as you pay more attention, it would be ok,maybe a couple of months.. Perhaps you also need to visit a professional doctor and get some treatment.
Usually, goopy eyes are caused by Bacterial conjunctivitis, allergies, viral infection, trauma and blocked tear duct. If you wear contact lenses, it is probably because on the lenses there is accumulated debris to which you are allergic. To get rid of goopy eyes, you can get a piece of clean cloth and put it in lukewarm water and then compress it on your affected eyes to eliminate the crusts. If your goopy eye is allergy-caused, you can use a cool compress. If it is the result of bacterial and viral infections, warm compress is applicable. Eye drops can be used for relieve the itchiness and irritation. Wiping the affected eyes with a warm water-soaked cotton ball is also an easy and effective way to get rid of goopy eyes. If the goopy eye is contact lenses-related, you should cleanse your lenses completely.
Polycarbonate has an index of about 1.56. According to your prescription, polycarbonate lenses will still look very thick. So I suggest you get high index lenses with an index of 1.67, which will make your lenses look much thinner.
It is possible to get dilated pupils because of fear. It is characterized by the changes in the size of the pupil. As a naturally induced cause, fear can be the source of dilated pupils. Although dilated pupil is not a serious health problem, you must diagnose and treat it promptly to ascertain the underlying causes and prevent developing other problems.
Maybe it has something wrong with hard lenses. Those contacts sucked all the tears out of your eyes, which makes your eyes too dry and cause your redness. If your eyes are not dry, you could switch to soft lenses. If your redness is caused by wearing the contact lenses for too long. It is recommended not to wear contacts more than 8 hours a day, and take them out and let your eyes rest for a while.We suggest you see your optometrist and get some eyedrops for them.
Well, my friends have asked this question from the doctor, and he has told that they aren't really bad for you. And if you just gaze at them for only a few moments and either see the hidden image or give up, that can be fine for your eyes. But on the other hand, if you stare at them for too long, and your eyes will become strained as they concentrate too hard on seeing the hidden image. In that way, it will just increase the eye strain, causing the tired eyes. And then it will just be bad for your eyes, weakening your eyes.
No. However, bandage contact lenses can be applied after LASIK to reduce discomfort and prevent epithelial in-growth. some believe this actually increases the risk for striae, or may not have any beneficial effects. Some patients are at risk of developing an epithelial slide, especially those with a history of anterior basement membrane dystrophy. If an epithelial slide occurs during the operation, a bandage contact lens may be applied to the eye to improve healing and protect the eye until the epithelium has regrown.
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