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Dr. Anu M.Rajadyn  - Ophthalmologist, Chennai

Dr. Anu M.Rajadyn

MBBS, D.O-Ophthalmology, DNB

Ophthalmologist, Chennai

25 Years Experience  ·  100 at clinic
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Dr. Anu M.Rajadyn MBBS, D.O-Ophthalmology, DNB Ophthalmologist, Chennai
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To provide my patients with the highest quality healthcare, I'm dedicated to the newest advancements and keep up-to-date with the latest health care technologies....more
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Dr. Anu M.Rajadyn is a popular Ophthalmologist in Tambaram, Chennai. He has been a successful Ophthalmologist for the last 25 years. He is a qualified MBBS, D.O-Ophthalmology, DNB . He is currently associated with Vasan Eye Care hospital - Tambaram in Tambaram, Chennai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Anu M.Rajadyn on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MBBS - Trivandrum Medical College - 1993
D.O-Ophthalmology - Mahatama Gandhi institute of Medical Sciences - 1996
DNB - National Board of Examinations, New Delhi - 2000
Professional Memberships
All India Ophthalmological Society

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Vasan Eye Care hospital - Tambaram

No.118, Rajaji Road, West Tambaram. landmark: Near To National Theater, ChennaiChennai Get Directions
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Sir meri aankhon mein jalan hoti hai morning me so kar uthti hai to batao kya karu me.

FPRS, DNB Ophtalmology
Ophthalmologist, Pune
Sir meri aankhon mein jalan hoti hai morning me so kar uthti hai to batao kya karu me.
A.Dear lybrate user, could be because of many reasons but commonly it is due to allergy or infection or dryness of eyes. You need to visit eye specialist to differentiate between the two as the treatment is different. Also get your eyes checked for any glass power
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Sir my eyes turned red and urine is also coming yellowish. Does these are the symptoms of jaundice.

Fellowship in Cornea and Refractive Surgery (FCRS), DNB (Ophthalmology), MBBS
Ophthalmologist, Mumbai
Sir my eyes turned red and urine is also coming yellowish. Does these are the symptoms of jaundice.
No sir. In jaundice the white portion of the eye becomes yellowish, not red. But if you are having any abdominal pain, vomitting, loss of appetite then pls visit your physician who can check you to rule out the cause.
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Managing the Acute Red Eye

FICO, DNB Ophtalmology
Ophthalmologist, Gandhinagar
Managing the Acute Red Eye

A red eye is one of the first and most common symptoms of conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis is the inflammation of the tissue that lies over the white part of the eye and lines the inner side of the eyelid. It is usually the result of a viral infection and can easily spread from one person to another. Conjunctivitis can also be a symptom of STDs like Gonorrhea or Chlamydia. In newborns, conjunctivitis can be vision threatening, while in grownups it is not considered a serious health risk. The symptoms of conjunctivitis differ according to the cause of the infection

Some common symptoms of conjunctivitis are:

  1. Green or white discharge from the eye
  2. Redness of the white part of the eye
  3. Inflammation of the eyelid
  4. Waking up to crusted yellow discharge
  5. Itchiness and burning in the eyes
  6. Increased sensitivity to light
  7. Blurred vision

An eye examination and testing a sample of the fluid secreted by the eye can be used to diagnose conjunctivitis.  It can easily be treated at home and does not require hospitalization. Antibiotics are often given in the form of eye drops and ointments to treat conjunctivitis. These usually need to be applied 3 to 4 times a day for a period of 5 to 6 days. Wash your eyes before putting the eye drops. Once applied, close your eyes and roll the eyeball around to distribute the medicine and keep it from overflowing out of the eye. Wash your hands immediately after applying the eye drops.

Viral conjunctivitis is highly contagious. If you are suffering from it, you should take a few days off work and restrict your social interactions. Wash your hands frequently as you may unconsciously rub your eyes. This is especially important with regards to meals and finger foods. Also, avoid sharing towels, pillowcases, etc. to minimize the transmission of the disease from one person to another.  

Avoid using makeup while being treated for conjunctivitis. With conjunctivitis, the eye is more sensitive to irritants and thus, a speck of makeup can worsen the situation. Also avoid contacts. If you wear contacts regularly, dispose the current set and start using a fresh set after your doctor gives you a clean chit. 
Artificial tears or non prescription eye drops can also be used to relieve the itchiness and burning in the infected eye. If only one eye had been affected by conjunctivitis, do not use the same eye drop bottle for both eyes.

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My uncle is not seeing well by his left side because of some accident injury. So what I do for that?

Fellowship in Comprehensive Ophthalmology, DOMS
Ophthalmologist, Sangrur
My uncle is not seeing well by his left side because of some accident injury. So what I do for that?
Hello dear I think he has traumatic optic neuropathy that means after accident his optic nerve got damaged. If this is optic neuropathy then there is no cure for this consult your local ophthalmologist.
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I have computer visual syndrome. It started 1 and half years back and consult a doctor after 1 year. The power I have is 0.7 which is my starting power. I do feel that the eye becoming dry while using mobiles and laptops. This problem happens because I started over usage of my mobile when I was in college. I am not comfort using glass or contact lens. Is there any possibility to return my eye power.

FPRS, DNB Ophtalmology
Ophthalmologist, Pune
I have computer visual syndrome. It started 1 and half years back and consult a doctor after 1 year. The power I have...
No your number remains the same Unfortunately there are no natural medications to remove spectacles permanently. You can either try contact lenses or plan for refractive lasik laser surgery Instructions for computer use: Take frequent breaks while you are working Every 20-25 mins take break to look away from screen Blink more frequently' Level of screen should be below the level of eyes Ac should not blow directly on your face. Also get your eyes checked for any spectacle power Here are the instructions for mobile phone use: 1. Blink, blink and blink again. Blinking often (and for more than a second) keeps your eyes moist and reduces dryness and irritation. We tend blink about a third less than we normally would when we stare at our smartphone screens, which starves our poor peepers of protective tears. Keep your eyes wet by blinking about 10 times every 20 minutes or so and you should be good to go. 2. Minimize glare. Unless you have a smartphone equipped with anti-glare Corning Gorilla Glass or use a matte screen protector film, you’re probably coping with a fair amount of annoying reflective glare. 3. Take breaks. Follow 20-20-20 rule. The concept is to take a break from looking at your screen every 20 minutes for 20 seconds while looking at something 20 feet away. Doing so relaxes your eye muscles 4. Adjust your brightness. Having your screen too bright or too dark stresses your eyes out and can cause problems maintaining focus. To eliminate either issue in about a matter of seconds, simply go into your smartphone settings and adjust your screen brightness so it’s about the same as the light level in the environment around you 5. Tweak your text size and contrast. Adjusting your smartphone text contrast and size also provides a little much-needed relief. 6. Keep a clean screen. Routinely wipe down your smartphone screen with a dry (not wet!) cleaning cloth to remove distracting dust, grime, smudges and fingerprints. 7. Hold your smartphone farther away. Try holding yours at least 16 to 18 inches away from your eyes to give your eyes a break.
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I have water coming in my eye because I work to much on computer and study as well. what should i do ?

Fellowship in Comprehensive Ophthalmology, DOMS
Ophthalmologist, Sangrur
I have water coming in my eye because I work to much on computer and study as well. what should i do ?
Prolonged working on laptop/tv/mobile can cause computer vision syndrome. Computer vision syndrome is a condition resulting from focusing the eyes on a computer or other display device for, uninterrupted periods of time. Some symptoms of CVS include a. Headaches b blurred vision c. Neck pain d redness in the eyes e. Eye strain f dry eyes these symptoms can be further aggravated by improper lighting conditions. Measures to reduce this include 1. Work under proper light. 2. Blink a lot. 3. Cold compresses 4. Use good lubricating eyedrop
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When my sister are in Class 3 (2010) ,She was strike on his head (behind eye) from Wooden Door. After we check up his head, in CT scan Report there was Normal. But From Last Yrs His Head was in pain Back Side of his Head. Every doctor Check up His Head in ,But no difference. Can You Give Sum Suggestions Regarding This.

MS - Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologist, Rewa
When my sister are in Class 3 (2010) ,She was strike on his head (behind eye) from Wooden Door.
After we check up his...
Dear Lybrate user:- your sister got left occipital head injury 6 years back. It is concussion type head injury, manifested, after long duration due to degenerative changes in brain & surrounding tissue. Sometime C T is also inconclusive. Tab xeromig 10 mg 2 times a day × 10 days Make urgent appointment privately with me for further clarification of your eye problems.
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I use my laptop very often Some times my eyes turn red and I feel pain in eyes Please help.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I use my laptop very often
Some times my eyes turn red and I feel pain in eyes
Please help.
This condition is called Eye strain, or asthenopia, in which the eyes get tired from excessive or intense use. It can be annoying, but it tends to disappear with rest. Although it’s not often a serious condition, eye strain could be a symptom of an underlying problem. Eye strain is known to cause fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and headaches----------- Eye strain may lead to other problems, such as:---------- •Headaches--- •Difficulty Concentrating--- •Irritability--- •Burning Sensation--- •Watery Eyes--- •Dry Eyes-- •Photophobia--- •Eye Pain---. The first thing you can do is change your environment and work habits. By doing this you can relieve the pain without spending money on treatment--------------------- If you are working on your Laptop, taking eye breaks for five minutes every hour can lessen the strain on your eyes. Simply closing your eyes for a few moments can also do wonders. Try standing up, moving around, or taking a short walk to help regain concentration. Regular eye exercises that involve focusing on different distances can help prevent future straining. Blink often. Blinking refreshes and replenishes your eyes naturally. If you are having trouble with blinking due to the dryness of your eyes, try using Homoeopathic ------CINELUBE EYEDROPS (HAPDCO) 3 times daily.
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I am a male aged 58. I have a blurred vision in night. Suggest me what sort of treatment I have to under to get a clear vision in night too.

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
I am a male aged 58. I have a blurred vision in night. Suggest me what sort of treatment I have to under to get
a cle...
Because cataracts distort the light that comes into your eyes, you may see halos around lights -- again, mostly at night. Blurry vision is also common. Kindly get examined by an ophthalmologist in person.
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