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Ambien drug warnings, interactions, and side effect alerts Do Not include high eye pressure. No specific contraindication is shown for...
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you might have a scratch on your eye jelly, if you leave it alone it will heal after a while, or it could be dry eye, also you might have sinus...
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this happens to me as well, i looked back in my throat and saw white lumps on my tonsils and my gland being enlarged and everything was inflamed...
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Hi I know its 12 hours later, it should have either been the ER or just keep flushing his eyes out.Good Luck
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No, unfortunately. There is no way to replace a retina, but you should consider seeing an eye specialist (ophthalmologist) to have a...
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If the cause of your pink eye is allergy, then the pharmacist's suggestion may be helpful. This medication will not help pink eye caused by a...
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Hi Here's a link with some ideas, there all the good ones that should help you, just try them one at a time, till they go.http://www...
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Needless to say, it was a horrible experience.Not too much longer after, I came down with what I'm assuming was some type of sinus or respiratory...
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Hi If its now moving perhaps he should see a doctor for assessment, perhaps now it can be removed.Good Luck
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Hi, Please do have a very good read through this link below Abby, it may help you understand things better.http://www.rnib.org.uk/eye-health-eye...
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Based on what you have shared, it is clear that you need to see a medical provider so that you can be properly examined, diagnosed, and treated.
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There is no relationship to your eye problem and your ear....no anatomical connection.  Bleeding after an earache is often a spontaneous rupture...
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This is very common, but nothing to be concerned about
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Hi have a look down this link till you come to this part beginning with this, However, in about 20 percent of patients, http://www.allaboutvision...
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You're are going blind. Invest your time in learning how to read braille. 
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