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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
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.
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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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Vasan Eye Care Hospital

#118, Rajaji Road, West TambaramChennai Get Directions
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Earlier when I used to travel regularly, there was no problem. But now I'm not a regular traveler. Now when I travel long distance, I feel discomfortable and feel to vomit. It's causing very unpleasant to me. How can I recover from this problem?

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Earlier when I used to travel regularly, there was no problem. But now I'm not a regular traveler. Now when I travel ...
Homoeopathy nat phos 6x 4pills kali phos 6x 4pills 1 day before travelling and even while travelling.
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I am 19 year old male my problem is I hear low from my ears and a different smell come in my ears, what I do? And other problem is I see low and my goggle number is -4.5 what I do for my better eyes?

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I am 19 year old male my problem is I hear low from my ears and a different smell come in my ears, what I do? And oth...
Glasses, contact lenses or laser surgery are the options for good vision if you having spectacle power.
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Im having a headache on the both sides of head. Even when I lift my lift or move my eye brows it pains. Im also suffering with light fever, Im 21M someone please say whats going on.

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Im having a headache on the both sides of head. Even when I lift my lift or move my eye brows it pains. Im also suffe...
It could be a symptom of sinusitis which is infection of nasal sinus. More details are required for correct treatment.
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May I know the symptoms of jaundice. Now a days I am getting urine in yellow colour and my eyes are burning. So please tell me the symptoms.

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May I know the symptoms of jaundice. Now a days I am getting urine in yellow colour and my eyes are burning. So pleas...
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How to reduce eye infection? Redness from eyes. Pain little there and drainage is not there.

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How to reduce eye infection? Redness from eyes. Pain little there and drainage is not there.
Phos 200one dose for 4days Apis mel 12c as above Arg nit 3c 4tims day for 10days Cinaria mart 12c 3tims day for 10days
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Dear sir I can not see with my rt eye from 10 Years due to RD also slight squint in it. Will defected eye cause any harm to good eye in future. What care should I take.

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Dear sir I can not see with my rt eye from 10 Years due to RD also slight squint in it. Will defected eye cause any h...
you need to do annual eye checkup and report any slight change in vision or redness to your eye surgeon affecting your good eye..wear protective glasses always to protect your good eye. wear protective glasses while you r travelling to avoid dust and dirt entering the eyes.. more importantly put on helmet with wisor ( front glass covering) while driving two wheeler
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I have infection in my eyes. Water is also coming out of my eyes. Eyes are also sticking and I am also using lens from last 1 month and also irritates me so what should I do?

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I have infection in my eyes. Water is also coming out of my eyes. Eyes are also sticking and I am also using lens fro...
You may have conjunctivitis and that can be cured by taking proper antibiotic eyedrops but self medication may harm your eyes. Stop using contact lens if you are using.
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My eyes have a alergitic condition, so they are always red. How I can determine the allergy.

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My eyes have a alergitic condition, so they are always red. How I can determine the allergy.
Hi. Hello, Bloodshot eyes appear red because the vessels at the surface of the white portion of the eye become swollen. Vessels may swell due to: Eye dryness Too much sun exposure Dust or other particles in the eye Allergies Infection Injury Eye infections or inflammation can cause redness as well as possible itching, discharge, pain, or vision problems. Other causes of eye redness include Colds or allergies, Acute glaucoma, Corneal scratches: Injuries caused by sand, dust, or overuse of contact lenses. Sometimes, a bright red spot, called a subconjunctival hemorrhage, will appear on the white of the eye. This often happens after straining or coughing, which causes a broken blood vessel on the surface of the eye. Most often, there is no pain and your vision is normal. It is almost never a serious problem. Because the blood leaks into the conjunctiva, which is clear, you cannot wipe or rinse the blood away. Like a bruise, the red spot will go away within a week or two. Management: - 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 Belladonna 30 and Euphrasia 30 - both thrice daily for 4 days. Use Euphrasia Eye drops twice daily. Revert back thereafter.
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Hi, I'm 21 years old, I use mobile phone very much, and also there is too much dust in the city, I feel burning sensation in my eyes, and due to this without my knowledge my eyes blinks repeatedly, I took ocurest eye drop from pharmacist. Is this a good way?

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Hi, I'm 21 years old, I use mobile phone very much, and also there is too much dust in the city, I feel burning sensa...
Here are seven super quick and easy ways to give your eyes a break during your all those smartphone marathon sessions. 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. you can continue that drop for 7 days.
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