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I had got small piles yesterday it's nt much painful or itching but I am worrying abt it ,this is the first time I got this how can I deal with it please help me.
Since last few months I noticed that one eye of my 5 years old daughter is having squint. Does this require surgery or is curable with medication.
I have my eyes red since 2 months. What should I have do? And I am using zo-D drop. Is this good for my eyes or not?
I have serious headache from last 5 months I took many medicines but all are worthless. And my eyes are also paining from all this problem tell me what should I do?
I have experienced minor corneal abrasion (hit eye with finger) on 22.04.17 at 9 AM and was getting periodical pain (no blurred vision). Then I consulted ophthalmologist at 7 PM on the same day and he prescribed 3 types of eye drops, 2 types medicine and 1 ointment. I am using the same as per the prescription and the pain is totally subsided but I am experiencing bit blurred vision after using eye drops and medicine. Is it a normal condition? When will I get recovered fully? Kindly provide me the required information or care to be taken off?
My mother is having bulge spot in front of her eyes. She feels no pain, doctors advised her for fat test. She's is always active and she doesn't eat oily or fast food.
I am 23 year's old and I have a amblyopia in my left eye , is treatment is available to cure this lazy eye issue?
There are many kinds of conditions that affect the eyes and make vision difficult - temporarily or even permanently. Uveitis is one such condition that causes eye inflammation in the middle layer of the tissue that resides in the wall of the eye - also known as the Uvea. The progression of the condition is sudden and the symptoms, quite painful.
Let us get to know more with this article:
- Causes: To understand any condition and how it is to be treated, one must first understand the causes of the said condition. While the specific causes behind the onset of Uveitis are not clear, this inflammatory disorder may be caused as a side effect of others like an autoimmune disorder including those like ankylosing spondylitis or even sarcoidosis. Also, infections such as cat scratch disease, syphilis (learn more about syphilis problem), West Nile virus and others may cause this kind of inflammatory condition that also affects the eyes. Lymphoma is also a kind of cancer that can be found in the eyes, which can create Uveitis. Finally, eye injuries and surgeries may cause this condition too.
- Symptoms: This condition has a variety of symptoms that may flare up suddenly. There are very few cases in which these symptoms start and progress gradually. Redness and pain in the eyes is one of the most commonly experienced symptoms while decreased vision and sensitivity towards glares of light may also be felt by people suffering from this condition. One may also see dark spots floating around and the vision may get blurred as an effect.
- Onset of Symptoms: The symptoms usually depend to a great degree on the part of the eye that gets affected by this condition. The Uvea also consists of the iris, the choroid, and the ciliary body even as it enables blood flow to the deep layers of the retina.
- Medication: In order to treat mild to moderate cases, the ophthalmologist may prescribe anti-inflammatory medication like corticosteroids, as well as bacteria fighting medicines like antibiotics. Also, immunosuppressants can be used to deal with slightly more severe cases.
- Surgery: Very severe cases will require surgical procedures like a Vitrectomy to remove the vitreous in the eye for better management of the condition. Also, with surgery, the doctor can implant a device that leads to a slow release of medication on a constant basis so that the treatment and prevention of the condition goes on, unhindered. Yet, this method can also come with side effects like the onset of glaucoma.
The severity of the symptoms as well as the extent of the damage will pretty much determine the speed of your recovery as far as this condition is concerned.