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Dr. Amarjit Singh Anand

MBBS

Ophthalmologist, Bangalore

27 Years Experience  ·  300 at clinic
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Dr. Amarjit Singh Anand is a renowned Ophthalmologist in Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore. He has over 27 years of experience as a Ophthalmologist. He has completed MBBS . He is currently practising at Amrik Nethralaya Super Speciality Eye Hospital And retina centre in Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Amarjit Singh Anand on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - M S Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore - 1991
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346, HRBR 1st , Kalyan Nagar. Landmark : Opp Unilet Show Room, BangaloreBangalore Get Directions
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From past one and half month my left eye is blinking once a day sometimes my shoulders also what would be the problem?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
From past one and half month my left eye is blinking once a day sometimes my shoulders also what would be the problem?
It is a neurological problem and nothing serious.Just start taking below given homoeopathic medicine for 15-30 days GELSEMIUM 30 ( Dr Reckeweg) Drink 2 drops direct on tongue 3 times daily
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Last few days my eyes are very irritating and I am not sleeping well. What can I do?

MBBS, MBA (Healthcare)
General Physician, Delhi
Last few days my eyes are very irritating and I am not sleeping well. What can I do?
avoid day time sleep. avoid tea , coffee in late evening and after, take rest and balanced diet. 8 hours sleep is ok. 10 pm to 6 am is perfect timing.inform if not ok.
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How many percent does traumatic cataract effect on vision and can be recover vision after surgery. Which surgeries are carried out for it.

MBBS, DOMS
Ophthalmologist, Hyderabad
How many percent does traumatic cataract effect on vision and can be recover vision after surgery.
Which surgeries ar...
The percent of vision affected depends on the cause or intensity of injury that caused the cataract, and also how long back the injury occurred. The eye surgeon who is going to do the surgery can give you a clear estimation of the possibility of percentage of visual recovery. The procedure will be to clear the cataract by phacoemulsification or laser emulsification, or total removal of cataract and implanting an intraocular lens (iol). Do not unduly worry about the outcome, best method is to get the surgery done and hope for the best possible results.
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My eye is dry . I can not open my eye in bright light. Too much sensitive. I uses glass. What to do?

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
My eye is dry . I can not open my eye in bright light. Too much sensitive. I uses glass. What to do?
Hi, - Try to rest your eyes if redness is due to fatigue or eye strain. No other treatment is needed. - Wash your hands, hold clean water in your hand, keep your eyes closer to the water and dip the eyes by blinking the eyelids frequently in the held water in hand. Repeat it for 3-4 times again. - Avoid watching T.V. Working on computer or mobile, reading or frequently keep blinking your eyes to avoid dryness. Take frequent breaks in between. - In case there is itching, use a clean napkin or a tissue to wipe the tears and cleaning the eyelids gently. -Wear an UV-rays protected sunglasses while you are out in sun. Medication: Take homoeopathic medicines - Schwabe’s Euphrasia 30 - both thrice daily for 4 days. Use Euphrasia Eye drops twice daily. Revert back thereafter.
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Hello Doctors Good Afternoon Could you please recommend any dietary supplements to improve eye weakness and eye fatigue thanks in advance.

MS - Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologist, Rewa
Hello Doctors
Good Afternoon
Could you please recommend any dietary supplements to improve eye weakness and eye fatig...
Dear lybrate user:- you r suffering from ocular asthenopia. Take regullar aerobic exercises, coloured fruits & vegetables, plenty of water.
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Treatment for Foreign Objects in the Eyes

Cornea Cataract & Lasik
Ophthalmologist, Delhi
Treatment for Foreign Objects in the Eyes

Anything that enters the eye from outside and causes inflammation or irritation, or even an abrasion, among varied other problems, can be termed as a foreign body. This foreign body usually ends up having an effect on the conjunctiva or the cornea. While the cornea is the outer layer that protects the eye, the conjunctiva is the membrane that covers the white portion of the eye.

Here are a few ways for understanding and treating the entry of foreign objects into the eye:

  • Symptoms: To begin with, one must understand the symptoms so as to recognise the problem. A feeling of pressure or discomfort will be experienced by the patient, who will feel as though something is preventing him or her from shutting the eye properly. At the same time, too much tear formation and pain in the eyes will also point at the entry of the foreign object while redness and bloodshot eyes are also a common sight at such instances. The patient may be forced to blink at more than the normal rate, while glares of light will create pain and discomfort.
  • Causes: There are many kinds of foreign objects that can enter the eyes including fine substances like saw dust, dirt, grime, dust, sand and even the dust of cosmetics. Also, eye lashes, dried mucus, shards of glass and metal particles may enter the eyes and create an emergency situation. When the wind sweeps debris up, it may fall into a person's eyes and settle there.
  • Prompt Action: As soon as you feel like something has entered your eye and does not seem to be leaving it even after continuous blinking, then you will need to see a doctor in the Emergency Unit of your hospital. Do not rub your eyes at all, as the foreign object may cause cuts inside and lead to bleeding and other complications. You must take special care to notice whether or not the object in the eye is sharp and is preventing you from shutting your eye properly, in which case immediate medical intervention and diagnosis will be required.
  • Treating the Foreign Object: With the aim of removing this object, the doctor may administer anaesthetic drops before using a fluorescein dye to find out what kind of object has entered. A moist cotton swab will be used for removal and an antibiotic ointment will be prescribed for any cuts. Acetaminophen can treat the pain while a CT scan can investigate any intraocular object.

You can also use a wet cloth to rinse and remove the object at home, but blurry vision and pain must be taken to an ophthalmologist immediately.

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My eyes r so weak. I can't see anybody without my specs. please tell me to reduce my no.

FPRS, DNB Ophtalmology
Ophthalmologist, Pune
My eyes r so weak. I can't see anybody without my specs. please tell me to reduce my no.
unfortunately there are no natural medications to remove spectacles permanently. you can either try contact lenses or plan for refractive lasik laser surgery
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HiI have yellowness in my eyewhites, also have acnes and dark spots on my face. Please suggest solutions for this.

Fellowship in Cornea and Anterior Segment, Cornea Fellowship, DNB Ophtalmology, DOMS, MBBS
Ophthalmologist, Mumbai
HiI have yellowness in my eyewhites, also have acnes and dark spots on my face. Please suggest solutions for this.
Your eye situation appears to be a normal variation based on the facts that you have provided. The skin condition and the yellowish tinge of your eyes are most likely unrelated. However you must show a skin specialist (dermatologist) for acne and dark spots. Eat well. Sleep well.
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What are the precautions to be taken after completion of retinal surgery and how long?

FICO, DNB Ophtalmology
Ophthalmologist, Gandhinagar
What are the precautions to be taken after completion of retinal surgery and how long?
You should adopt the following precautions after retinal surgery: (1) positioning of the face: if oil/ gas has been implanted into the eye, you would require strict head down/ face down positioning (prone positioning) for as many hours a day as possible. (2) putting drops regularly as advised by the retina specialist. (3) avoid over head bath/ soap application on the face and head for at least 15 days after the surgery. (4) wear protective glasses to protect eyes from sunlight, dust, pollutants, injury, etc. (5) avoid lifting heavy objects (more than 8-10 kgs) (6) avoid any jerky movement of the eyes. (7) if gas has been implanted in the eye, avoid air travel (traveling by airplane) or traveling to high altitudes. (8) avoid smoking/ tobacco chewing life long. Regarding the face down/ head down positioning that I mentioned, it should be done for as many hours as possible in the initial 2 weeks after surgery (if advised by your retina surgeon). After the first 2 weeks, it can be reduced to 4 hours a day for another 2 weeks. Subsequently it may be stopped. Hope my suggestions help you.
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