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Dr. Saravanan N

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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
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Dr. Saravanan N is a renowned Ophthalmologist in Adambakkam, Chennai. He is currently associated with Saravanas Eye Clinic in Adambakkam, Chennai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Saravanan N on Lybrate.com.

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# 7/4, Ganesh Nagar Main Road, Adambakam. Landmark: Next To Barath Petroleum, ChennaiChennai Get Directions
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Sir, jab ham regular 4-5 gante padhai karta hu to aakh se pani aane lagta hai Please help me.

MS - Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologist, Rewa
Sir, jab ham regular 4-5 gante padhai karta hu to aakh se pani aane lagta hai
Please help me.
Dear lybrate user:- you have refractive error, you should take relaxation 5 -10 minutes/hour during study. Take regullar aerobic exercises, coloured fruits & vegetables & plenty of water. Make urgent appointment privately to me for correction of refractive error.
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I have conjunctivitis in eyes. It occurs often after treatment. What should I do?

Fellowship in Comprehensive Ophthalmology, DOMS
Ophthalmologist, Sangrur
I have conjunctivitis in eyes. It occurs often after treatment. What should I do?
hello it is conjunctivitis Prevention a. maintain eye hygiene b. use two handkerchief (one for each eye) c. keep hands clean Treatment a. antibiotic eyedrop b. lubricating eyedrop c. antibiotic ointment at night kindly consult local opthalmologist and get yourself examined
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I have itching on my inner thigh and it become worst I check in net it looks like jock itch and area is more red please suggest I am using surfaz-sn from last I see no effect.

Fellowship in Comprehensive Ophthalmology, DOMS
Ophthalmologist, Sangrur
I have itching on my inner thigh and it become worst I check in net it looks like jock itch and area is more red plea...
helllo this is usually fungus as here area is moist and fungal infection is common you can use ITCH guard twice daily
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All About Subconjunctival Haemorrhage

MBBS, MS - Ophthalmology, Diploma in Ophthalmology , Fellowship in Cornea and Anterior Segment
Ophthalmologist, Ahmedabad
All About Subconjunctival Haemorrhage

Bloodshot eyes aren't exactly the best feature of a person! When a person's eyes are bloodshot, it is quite easy to 'see' that something is wrong! Eyes are possibly the most delicate organs of the body, and are all the more vulnerable to infections such as 'subconjunctival haemorrhage'. However, as dour as such terms may sound, there is a lot which really should be known about them!

The eye has a thin layer which goes by the name of the conjunctiva, which covers a part called the sclera. Many a times, especially in the case of children, if an injury unfortunately occurs in the eye, there are chances that it may form subconjunctival haemorrhage.

The reason why this occurs is that there are some of the very small blood vessels in a person's eye break. The reason for this, apart from an injury could also be on account of a sudden increase in the blood pressure of the person. This usually takes place due to some very strenuous lifting exercise but also can occur due to laughing or sneezing!

The occurrence of a subconjunctival haemorrhage can also be closely linked to the consumption of pills which thin the blood such as aspirin.

Treating Subconjunctival Haemorrhage

Now, considering the fact that such a haemorrhage has the potential to look quite scary, it may be natural for a person to react proactively. However, in many cases this is not required at all. As a matter of fact, the issue clears up within a couple of weeks at the maximum and a week and a half, on average. If this does not happen to be the case, it is a signal that a medical professional should take a look at the patient's eye.

In many instances, a person may not even get to know that he or she is suffering from a subconjunctival haemorrhage as there is no effect on the vision of the person and he or she would probably get to know that this is the case by taking a look in the mirror or being informed of his or her eye looking red.

In order to treat a subconjunctival haemorrhage in an effective manner, the first thing to be done by a person is to avoid any medication which could be causing it. Also, it is quite important not to rub one's eye as this really does slow down the healing process.

Artificial tears help soothe the eye but they do not hasten the rate of repair. A subconjunctival haemorrhage may occur, but if a person follows the right steps, his or her vision can consistently remain 20/20! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an ophthalmologist.

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I hv eye pressure problem from last 2 year. It remains around 30. Also there is redness in eye. Pls advice for keeping low pressure and remove redness of eye.

MBBS
General Physician,
I hv eye pressure problem from last 2 year. It remains around 30.
Also there is redness in eye.
Pls advice for keepin...
You are having glaucoma of eyes which increased the internal fluid pressures of the vitrous fluid in the eye ball. Best thing you should consult a eye specialist for further assessment and management.
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I have red eyes over 4-5 day with itching and also some fever with cold and cough. What should I do.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
I have red eyes over 4-5 day with itching and also some fever with cold and cough. What should I do.
!. Wash your eyes frequently and put ciplox eye drop one drop 3 times daily 2. Take one tablet of paracetamol 500mg sos after food up to a maximum of three tablets daily 3.Take one tablet of cetrizine at bed time 4. consult doctor if no relief
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My right eye pupil pain alot once in a week. Or twice in a week. Head never pains but the area of right eye's portion pains alot. Some times head also pain due to eye's paining. I stopped taking medicine of disprin. As I knew it's a eye pain problem. Now please doctor say me. What should I do? Is the right eye pressure increases?

DNB Ophtalmology, MS - Ophthalmology, MBBS, Fellowship in Medical Retina, Fellowship in IOL & Cataract Microsurgery
Ophthalmologist, Delhi
My right eye pupil pain alot once in a week. Or twice in a week. Head never pains but the area of right eye's portion...
The eye pressure increased or not can be said only after measuring the eye pressure during consultation and examination. There r many causes of eye pain associated with headaches. The correct one may get diagnosed only after a comprehensive eye examination which unfortunately in India many patients don't undergo. by 20 years u should have had at least 5 exams- most people have not had a single one.
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Hi Dr. my name is sonu my eyes normal red last 3 days please tell me solution about us.

Mbbs, MS - Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologist, Mumbai
Hi Dr. my name is sonu my eyes normal red last 3 days please tell me solution about us.
See viral conjuctivitis is in the air right now. It is very much possible you might have acquired infection in both your eyes. You need a slit lamp examination.
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My eye has become red, and its paining. What should I do? Please help me as fast as possible?

DOMS, MBBS
Ophthalmologist, Delhi
My eye has become red, and its paining. What should I do? Please help me as fast as possible?
If associated with discharge and pain and redness its acute infective conjunctivitis. Do not. Worry. Put topical eyedrops toba and flur four times a day and tearsubstitute like genteal four times a day in d affected eye. It would be okay in 3 -4 days. Take care of eye hygiene that you yourself/other family members don't share the clothes and hankie of the affected eye to the normal eye else the normal eye wd also contract the infection. You can wash your eyes twice to thrice but not very frequently as it washes away the tear film which naturally contains imp antibacterial and anti infective elements: red eye has many causes. You have to see if it is associated with blurring of vision, pain, discharge and other complaints. But commonly its allergic or infective in origin ie allergic or infective conjunctivitis. Which has simple treatment protocol. But still its wise to see an ophthalmologist for a thorough slit lamp examination to rule out other differentials for acute red eye.
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