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Hi The old way would be to get it some glass's cover up the good eye, this then makes the weaker one stronger, not sure what the more modern way...
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I always recommend that people use the antibiotic eye drop in both eyes from the beginning, since it can definitely spread to the other eye. An...
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Your chemotherapy of a year ago is probably not related to the white of your eyes taking on a yellow color. Sometimes yellowing of the eyes can be a...
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Having giddiness feelings while thinking of something unpleasant may in itself be an inappropriate laughter response. But,experiencing...
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Well that is a dangerous question to ask as you may not like the answers you will get.although these issues may be caused by possible dehydration...
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Many of the over the counter pain relievers contain at least some common ingredients. Since you do not really know which ingredient in these...
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Hi Do you mean all of them at one go, or just the odd ones like we all have, just like hairs on our head do they get old and just fall out, then...
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Yes, a viral infection (cold) can cause a mild, viral conjunctivitis (pink eye). Since I can't really see or examine your child over the Internet...
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yes i would go 2 the  er eyes  are not something  2 play with 
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I don't know your age but after awhile, sunspots or discoloration shows up on your skin. I have them, I try to stay out of the sun but still...
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seems something is different.....contact his dr...
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This happened to me a few years ago.  I was so scared that I was at the eye doctor's  office when it opened .  They worked me in...
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No...eye floaters are very common and are not linked to cancer.
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Hi From info around, you should go seek help for this problem, ASAPGood Luck
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