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Institut de L’oeil Des Laurentides

Institut de L’oeil Des Laurentides

(450) 419-6345

Category: Eye Doctor

4800 Ambroise-Lafortune Street
Boisbriand, QC J7H 1S6

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  • Watery eyes are very common in our daily life. But we still can' t ignore this symptom cuz it may be caused by some other eye diseases such as eye allergies, eye infections or some other eye diseases. Anyway, you need to go to your eye doctor to have your eyes examined at once. However, we also know that when some irritants get into our eyes, we may also get watery eyes. But this will be okay if this is the real situation. You just need to flush your eyes with clean running water. One more word, cold water instead of hot water, lol.

  • The prism is only small and will help to correct a vertical muscle imbalance between your eyes. It should help relieve the double vision or ghosting.

  • People who had an strabismus ever are more likely to get eye infections due to the their frail corneas and bacterial or fungal immersed into their eyes. It's quite normal for many people who have this situation, so just calm down and take following measures. At first, you can thoroughly check each eye for any foreign body or debris with a mirror. And then, wash your hands for several minutes with clean water and rinse out your eyes with distilled water, after that, immerse a tea bag in boiling water for several minutes, which will help reduce inflammation and help the eye to heal. However, if the symptom still exist and no changes, here come the most important step, go for a thorough eye examination, ask a doctor for help, who can give you a professional solution.

  • Well, yes, eye trauma can lead to eye floaters in some degree. Eye trauma can lead to cataracts. And it can be annoying to have them. Floaters are basically little blobs of protein that float through the hollow sphere which is filled with a thick, gel like fluid known as the vitreous humour. For the treatments, you should take some ways to protect your eyes from further injury. Also, you should know that proper nutrition can prevent new eye floaters. So you can eat as many water and vitamin rich vegetables as possible. Also, trying some ways to make your eyes have enough breath is also effective. Anyway, you can just have a try.

  • Crying can make your eyes very uncomfortable, and cause them to become puffy/swollen due to the extra fluid that is absorbed, but I honestly do not think this can damage your eyes in any way, crying is an entirely natural process. My facial rosacea is so severe that if I cry, I get purple bruising with the swelling around the eye, which looks very alarming, but even this fades completely after a few days and causes no permanent damage.

  • Well, it seems that you are got some troubles with the way to get your eyes clean. As far as I know, tap water are not very healthy for your eyes. But I recommend that you just try to get some normal saline. And just try not to rub your eyes, you simply have to drip the saline into your eyes. Also, try to get your eyes fresh by getting your eyes wet with tears, that is also a good way.

  • Well, it seems that you woud like to drink coffee on a regular basis, and frankly speaking, so do I. Anyway, you should know that coffee is not that healthy which means that it could give rise to some side effects of your body. Most of the time, these side effects are not obvious in a short time. And indeed much too coffee contains a lot of hormones and toxics which could harm your body and cause dilated pupils, just like smoking weeds. Anyway, drink less and try to take more exercises.

  • Tea tree oil if sometimes used to treat a specific form of blepharitis caused by demodex.The treament focuses on the eyelids but if some gets in the eye, although it might be irritating, it is unlikely to lead to permanent vision loss. Most foreign substances contacting the eyes pose risks of infections, ph injuries (acid/base), or thermal injuries (temperature effects), other than the direct force effects involved.In general, ample irrigation without rubbing is a good start. If there is any question of injury (such as changes in vision, discomfort, increased or persistent redness) you should see an ophthalmologist soon!

  • It is normal to have blurry vision at first day, and you should not wearing contacts too long on the first day. Increase the wearing time gradually, such as 2 hours for first day,4 hours for second day. If it keeps blurry several days later, maybe you have the wrong prescription.

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