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Sir mera head 4 years se dard krta hi last 4 years se mai chasma bhi lgata hu Aur tested bhi hi PR According to doctor meri eyes fully good hain. Fr Maine ek neuro doctor ko dikhaya aur ct scan krwaya PR kuch nhi nilkla Abhi mera sir 24 hour dard krta hi Aur meri padhai disturb ho rhi hi Mujhe tention sa rhta hi hamesha Plzz give me some suggestion.
I am operated 4 years back for both eyes for cataract I am using fresh tears daily now when I.read tears come from both eyes.
I had a severe headache in one side of my head. This includes some part of my right eye also. What should I do to get rid of it?
My wife, right eye is reddish yesterday evening, in the morning I see that the right eye is being reddish, I don, t thr reason.
Sir I am suffering from a eye problem 5 minutes watching movies in mobile Only one left hand Eye was coming in water. Not seeing any one.
My eyes are damping with dark circles around my eye. It seems like my eyes are to some extent inside my face? I we watch computer a lot and although I sleep for 7-8 hours, I do sleep and break type sleep. Can I get my back my eyes as if they are normal if yes, then how?
My right hands is very pain for 50 days and eyes is red for 30 days. so, what should I do please tell me.?
My eyes are week and doc. Recommend to wear power glasses but. I am not using it regularly but. I can see little bit better then glasses. So what should I do to get off my glasses permanently And what to eat to get my eyes at normal vision.
Good morning! At the age of 15 years a stick injured my right eye it had some blood clotting and done eye operation and I can't see proper visible with that eye, doctor said me that you had cataract problem then how I cure it please suggest me.
I want to change my spectacles and it's a auto cool glass. Shall I go ahead and change the glass or consult a doctor before that.
I have red eyes for 3 days and I am feeling tired for the most of the time still is their a medication required for me or should I consult a doctor.
Hi sir. I am a squint parson. I hear that prisms are used primarily for double vision, positional correction, or convergence correction. Where can I get prism lense.
Most time I use smartphone and also wear glasses 1-. Will my eye get more worse if I use smartphone.
My eye is kcaratoconoused I got c3r done. Will my huge power of 7 decrease after continuously wearing the power glasses.
Astigmatism is a typical vision problem that occurs when the shape of the cornea is distorted due to injuries or other causes. With astigmatism, the lenses of the eye or the cornea curves. This irregular curve can change the way light refracts or passes through your retina. This causes hazy, fluffy, or twisted vision. Farsightedness and partial blindness are two different sorts of issues with the way light goes to your retina. Farsightedness is called hyperopia. Partial blindness is called astigmatism.
Types: There are two types of Astigmatisms. These are:
- Corneal astigmatism: It happens when your cornea itself is distorted.
- Lenticular astigmatism: Lenticular astigmatism happens when your lens is distorted.
Risks: Astigmatism can happen in youngsters and grown-ups. Your danger of creating astigmatism might be higher if you have any of the following:
- A family history of astigmatism or other eye issues like dislocation of the cornea.
- Scarring or diminishing of your cornea
- Excessive partial blindness, which makes foggy vision at a separation
- Excessive farsightedness, which makes hazy close-up vision
- A past of eye surgeries, for example, cataract surgery (surgical expulsion of a blurred focal point)
Symptoms: The side effects of astigmatism include:
- Hazy, Bended, Or Fluffy Vision At All Separations (Close-Up And Far Away)
- Trouble seeing during evening
- Lazy eye
- Irritation in the eye
- Cerebral Pains
- Visual Acuity Assessment Test: Patients are required to read letters from a graph at a particular distance to decide how well they can see the letters.
- Refraction Test: A refraction test uses a machine called an optical refractor. The machine has various remedial glass lenses that are used to read an outline while looking through lenses on the optical refractor.
- Keratometry: Keratometry is a route for your specialist to measure the bend of your cornea. They will do this by taking a look at your eye through a keratometer.
- Corrective Lenses: Remedial eyeglasses and contact lenses prescribed by a specialist are the most well-known and least obtrusive solution for astigmatism.
- Orthokeratology: Orthokeratology is a treatment that uses contact lenses to correct the deformation and flow of your cornea. You will wear inflexible contact lenses for certain time-periods. It is easier to wear them while you are sleeping and remove them during the day.
Surgery: Your specialist may suggest refractive surgery if your case is a serious one. This kind of surgery includes use of lasers or little blades to reshape your cornea. This will correct astigmatism permanently. The three basic surgeries for astigmatism are:
- Laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK)
- Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK)
- Spiral keratotomy (RK).
All these surgeries might carry some risks depending upon the symptoms of your problem. As innovation advances, it is very important for the patient to explore more options before choosing which refractive surgery is a good fit for him or her. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ophthalmologist.