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Hi Nancy, As part of the body’s fluid conservation when dehydrated, the eyes stop producing tears, which can lead to eye strain, vision problems...
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These eye drops do not contain any amoxicillin, so it is okay to use. Incidentally, these sulfa-based eye drops tend to burn/sting, so be nice to him...
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Hi Try this then perhaps you can do without drugs, just googlen this, natural ways to get rid of migrainesThen have a look on www.earthclinic.com...
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Hi Cyndi OK for a start your eyes were playing when you put this picture on, it needs a click round, your side ways on.But will get back to you soon...
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Hi Your best bet would be the ER, ASAPGood Luck
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No, you're okay.
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don't drink with meals sit up after eating for an hour don't drink before you lay down eat small portions avoid foods that produce more acid...
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You need to see a medical professional for a thorough examination. There are many different types of headaches. While migraines tend to be one-sided...
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That's a good question. You'd think a stye would have cleared up by now.First off, I would suggest seeing one doctor repeatedly instead of...
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Many shallow corneal abrasions will quickly heal, but they are susceptible to getting infections. Most clinicians will use antibiotic eye drops for...
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A corneal abrasion is a scratch on the eye's cornea. The cornea is the clear, protective covering over the iris, which is the colored part of the...
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Eye exam. I would get eyes checked. Sounds like near sighted in left eye.
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