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Centre D'optometrie De Contrecoeur

Centre D'optometrie De Contrecoeur (5061 Route Marie Victorin
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(450) 587-5527

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5061 Route Marie Victorin

Contrecoeur, QC J0L1C0

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  • I don't think all contact lens solutions are created equal. Although we often heard that the practitioners will tell us that all contact lens solutions are the same, patients can choose whichever they want, but the slight difference in the solutions may cause red eye and other symptoms. I think you'd better ask the practitioners which kind of solution is best for a special brand. You can't use your friend's solutions.

  • It depends on the girl, some do and some don't. I find that most girls don't look that great in just regular frames but if they change their frames to something more unique yet stylish or get contacts it usually helps. But again, depends on what she looks like.

  • Most eye drops will have the side effects that they will have a little bit of sting or burn. So it is normal to feel sting after putting them in. it will take one week or 10 days to completely get rid of it.

  • Yes, there are of course a lot of home remedies for your thyroid eye disease. This eye disease can be especially happened among adolescent and adult patients with mild younger. It can only show the eyelid late fall, retreat rabbit eye and eyelid pure exophthalmos or exophthalmos with different degree of hyperthyroidism by controlling the hyperthyroidism in the early stage The moderately active disease include the continuous eyelid, eyelid shrinking, late fall exophthalmus and some soft tissue. You could take notice of such disease. You could use the eyes drops at home with anti-inflammation to help you get rid of the coming bacterium. You could also use the warm compress home remedy by finding the hot water and clean cloth to make your eyes feel comfortable and release the symptom of thyroid eye disease. You should keep doing the above ways which will eventually help you release the outstanding eyeballs and get rid of the inner invisible bacterium in the eyes.

  • Bring a list of any prescription or non-prescription medications you are currently taking or that you took on a regular basis in the past. Include vitamins, herbs and other non-traditional remedies you may use. Include the dosages you take for each medicine or other substance, and how long you have been taking them. Also, be sure to bring a copy of your vision insurance card and any other medical insurance cards you have if you are seeking insurance coverage for a portion of your fees. Finally, prepare and bring a list of questions or concerns that you would like to discuss with the doctor. And if you are interested in specialty services such as contact lens fitting or laser surgery evaluation, be sure to mention this — both when you schedule your exam and when you check in on exam day.

  • Yes, pregnancy can cause eye twitching. Because eye twitching during pregnancy can be caused by the stress of being pregnant, lack of sleep, and the fatigue. Usually eye twitches during pregnancy only last for a short time, but sometimes for several days. And in extreme cases eye twitches for weeks can happen. To treat it, one other factor to consider is whether your body is dehydrated or not because dehydration can definitely contribute to eyelid spasms, especially during pregnancy. It’s good to drink adequate amounts of water during pregnancy. This will be good for baby and the mother.

  • I think you should take your baby to a hospital to see a doctor. The doctor will tell you how to treat your baby's pink eye. Just follow the doctor's instructions. Don't try to deal with them on your own, or you will make it even worse. If you treat it in a wrong way, it will cause damage to your baby's eyes. I only believe the doctor's advice because he is experienced enough to deal with different eye diseases. So let the doctor test your baby's eyes and then take treatment to deal with it.

  • I know it's an old post, but I hope this will be of help to someone!!

    I have worn CRT lenses for nearly 10 years, and I can tell you the following:
    Pros:
    -freedom from contacts/glasses during the day! Soooo nice!!
    -Although at first having to put them in at night was such a nuisance, now it is like brushing my teeth.
    -RGPs last such a long time (no need to replace them every year)

    Cons:
    -the fitting does take a while to get right
    -price of fitting
    -increased sensitivity: After a while, I started realizing that my eyes were more sensitive to strong substances (e.g., onions). They also feel very dry whenever I DON'T sleep with the lenses in (if I forget).
    -unlike some people, I do have to sleep with them every night, or my visions not very good (even if I nap during the day, my vision clarity decreases.
    -if ANYTHING gets in your eye as you're inserting the lenses, you will feel a lot of pain and have to take them out immediately. That's probably a given, but just so you know!

    history:
    started off 2005 at -1.75, no astigmatism.
    I was re-checked while abroad in 2012 (couldn't find a orthokeratology dr.) after not wearing them for 2 weeks, assessed to be at -3.00 with some astigmatism (can't remember, 1.5 maybe?).
    Control: I have an identical twin, whose eyesight was .25 diopter better than mine before I started with Ortho-K, and now she's at -2.75 with minor astigmatism.

    Hope this helps!

  • Actually, you need to go to your eye doctors' and he will measure a few things truly vital for your eyes, they are diopters, pupilary distance, pupil height and left-right eye asymmetry. If any of these characteristics is wrong, you will not have a clear vision. Using such wrong reading eyeglasses, these mean headaches, blurry vision or tearing if you use them for a longer time, even half hour. The worst part is that your eyes will get tired more quickly than with prescription eyeglasses. So your diopters will grow faster in time.

  • Firstly, we all have known that too much sugar in diet can lead to diabetes. While diabetes affects eyesight very much. Sometimes blurry vision is also possible to be caused by diabetes. Now some bad side effects are listed to help you know more about how sugar to ruin our health. Sugar can suppress your immune system and upset the mineral relationships in the body. Sugar also can increase reactive oxygen species, which can damage cells and tissues. Also, sugar can reduce the body’s ability to defend against bacterial infection. According to these bad effects, the one should have sugar in a proper quantity. Avoiding eating high sugar foods. Doing exercises in daily life to reduce high pressure in blood vessels and cells.