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I think you're probably referring to a twitchy eyelid, which is medically referred to as blepharospasm.Blepharospasm is a very common condition...
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Chances are that at the age of 25, you've had a number of eye exams. It is unlikely that "AE" would be missed during these exams and...
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No, I cannot help you regain your sight, but by seeing a ophthalmologist at a large, university-based medical center, you may be able to benefit from...
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Sounds like some irritant.  Especially being in the area that you are in.  I would flush my eye(s) out before going to bed at night...
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Hi So how longs a bit of string then?Look the best thing you can do is go get tested ER would be a good place to start, you may need to be sent to a...
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As a pediatric nurse i would say that the change in light intensity from indoor to bright sunlight is the cause. Sunglasses are a good idea even in...
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That low-grade fever is nothing to be alarmed about. Since some types of pink eye (conjunctivitis) is related to viruses, like cold viruses, there...
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Hum. If the pain is also coupled by light sensitivity and redness - as crazy as this may sound - it may be related to that...
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Hi I know as a kid we sore other kids that had, one eye covered, my Mother always said it was for lazy eye.So doing a read up on amblyopia, its the...
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Severe psychological events can potentially cause hallucinations, but I think it's rather uncommon for a panic attack to do so. It would not be...
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Hi rusty, OK if your a male, it could be from over masturbating, this is a side effect from guys who do that.Its just an off the top of the head idea...
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I would say noHair loss may occur during the first few months of treatment. This effect is usually temporary as your body adjusts to this medication...
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yes,and sometimes all he way around the whole eye.
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It would be best to have your baby's pediatrician properly prescribe for her due to her very young age.  The list of allergy medicines that...
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Floaters just happen, whether you drink wine or not. I have never heard of direct medical association with floaters and wine.
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