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It would be nice to know the CAUSE of the eye pain before addressing ways of dealing with it. See an eye specialist first.....
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I like putting a drop or two of colloidal silver, it's a natural antibiotic. My neighbors into natural stuff and she's pretty informed on...
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I can't respond to the medical issue, but you can go to a local urgent care center to get care if you're uninsured.
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No...it does not hurt your eyes to sit close. This story goes back 50 years or more when television was new, and cathode-ray tube screens were...
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Argon laser trabeculoplasty lowers the pressure in the eye about 75% of the time. If excessive scar tissue forms after laser trabeculoplasty for open...
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Upon closing your eyes, you may think you see figures, lines and even colors. This is your eyes adjusting to the lack of light (Entoptic Phenomena)...
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Absolutely NOT.
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Assuming the cause of your eye infection was bacterial, the use of antibiotic drops should limit your contagiousness in about 24 hours.  Taking...
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If this is a fiction novel, you can write anything you want. A thermal situation capable of "exploding the eyes" would fry and kill the...
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Assuming you do not have any underlying medical problems that contributed to the subconjunctival hemorrhage, these are usually innocent...and, it is...
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Before talking about a cure, one must first have a diagnosis -- a cause/reason for the eye redness and burning. For instance, allergies (one of the...
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Neither. If you have herpes in your EYE, you need to be seen by an ophthalmologist.
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Yes....you need to see an ophthalmologist for a thorough, systemic eye examination.
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I don't have any information on the CAUSE of your daughter's vision loss, so only her ophthalmologist could answer this question.
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I'd advice to repeatedly wash off your eyes with cold tap water. Then switch off lights and be in dark for a minute. Then turn on light to see if...
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