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If you get a sudden onset of these floaters please see an opthamologist ASAP! could be serious sign of retinal tear. Had this happen to me about 5...
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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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Sometimes irritation from paint fumes or new carpet can irritate the nose and eyes. You can try warm compresses to the eyes, antihistamine or over...
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One possibility would be a vitreous "floater". The eye is filled with a jelly-like substance, so small specks can form in the visual field...
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look and the mirror and try again to smile.  Try moving all facial muscles.  If one side still isn't working the same as the oppisite...
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You need to seek immediate medical attention. What you're describing could be a symptom of a detached retina or glaucoma. Either one needs to be...
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The eye is a slightly asymmetrical globe, about an inch in diameter. The front part of the eye (the part you see in the mirror) includes:The iris...
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When you look at your eyes in the mirror, you see three basic colors: the white of your eyeball, the colored part of the iris, and the black of the...
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Ahhh....Sandbox Eyes. I see this quite often.The next step, assuming he is still crying, rubbing his eyes, and complaining, is to see a medical...
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Yes, it is likely to be perfectly normal!Newborn babies do not have the same vision as older children and adults. They cannot see in 3D. They also...
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The thing that came to my mind right away was Optic Neuritis, as I had this condition last year in both eyes. If your eyes hurt when your moving them...
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Frequent eye blinking can be perfectly normal, such as when someone gets something in their eyes. It sounds like there is not an obvious reason for...
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Your baby should be able to see nearly as far as an adult by now and can track moving objects with his eyes.
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Floaters are usually small spots that move in your field of vision. They are caused by specks of protein floating in the vitreous humor—the jelly...
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it could still b a stye , you may just b getting it more infected by trying to touch it, i would say buy an eye wash , u can also find in pharmacys...