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Dr. Mandeep

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Ophthalmologist, Hyderabad

13 Years Experience
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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
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Dr. Mandeep is one of the best Ophthalmologists in Sri Nagar Colony, Hyderabad. He has helped numerous patients in his 13 years of experience as a Ophthalmologist. He studied and completed MS . You can visit him at Dr Agarwals Eye Hospital in Sri Nagar Colony, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. Mandeep and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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MS - Maharastra University - 2005
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I am suffering from serious fever and my eyes are becoming red what should I do now?

MBBS, Diploma in Nutrition and Health Education (DNHE), Diploma in Clinical Cosmetology
General Physician, Noida
I am suffering from serious fever and my eyes are becoming red what should I do now?
2. Take tablet paracetamol 500 mg after food (If No Drug Allergy) as and when required for fever more than 99 f (maximum 3 tablets with gap of 8 hr can be taken in a day) for 3 days
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I have eyesight problem, when I use mobile that time my eyes in water come outside so what have problem please give me reply thank you.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
I have eyesight problem, when I use mobile that time my eyes in water come outside so what have problem please give m...
Hello, Visit an Opthalmologist and get your eyesight tested. You can use Euphrasia eye drops for eye strain.
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I am 22yr old male. I am suffering from eye pain from last 2 year what should I do?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I am 22yr old male. I am suffering from eye pain from last 2 year what should I do?
Please get your eyes examined from an eye specialist to rule out weak eyesight as weak eyeight can also cause eye pains.
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My eyes have been red since last week. I thought that there must be some germs in my eyes and I have been try to clean it and this couldn't be able to clean. Please help me to getting fixed.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
My eyes have been red since last week. I thought that there must be some germs in my eyes and I have been try to clea...
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 am (20 yrs) have to use computers a lot and it strains my eye. How should I protect my eyes properly?

MD Hom., Certificate in Food and Nutrition, BHMS, Diploma In Yoga, PGDM
Homeopath, Indore
Hi, I am (20 yrs) have to use computers a lot and it strains my eye. How should I protect my eyes properly?
In a world full of personal computers, hand-held video games, smartphones and e-readers, and hours of television, eye-related problems such as Computer Vision Syndrome are increasing in many people. Before your eyes are badly strained, have blurry vision and needlessly suffer headaches, follow these tips before it reaches a critical stage. Tips to Curb your Screen Habits 1. Blink- The average human being blinks 20 times a minute – but only 7 times a minute when using a computer. The longer the eye remains open between blinks, the more likely the cornea is to dehydrate, burn or ache. Blink often to keep the eyes moist. It washes your eyes in naturally therapeutic tears. 2. Look Away- For every 20 minutes that you spend watching television, reading, or working on the computer, stare at an object 20 feet away from you for 20 seconds. Better yet, take a 10-minute bathroom break at least every two hours, even if you don’t have to go. Walk there, back or anywhere, letting your eyes idle. Hey, chit-chat with a co-worker while you are at it and ask them how they are doing! 3. Bring an object (such as a pen) as close to your eyes as possible while still being able to focus on the object clearly, then focus on an object 10 feet away from you. Repeat this exercise for 3 to 5 minutes several times per day. 4. Roll your eyes upward towards your eyebrows, and then roll your eyes in a large circle. Repeat every few hours when using your computer or watching television to combat Computer Vision Syndrome. 5. Try Palming- “Palm” your eyes by covering them with the palms of your hands, blocking out the light completely for 1 to 3 minutes several times a day. Palming is one of the most relaxing things you can do for your eyes. 6. Try Natural Home Remedies- This might sound funny, but put potato slices on your closed eyes for about 20 minutes. If you eyes are burning, itchy and irritated, this old homemade remedy just might help you. Rose water is a relaxer and can be used as eye drops for soothing effect in tired and fatigued eyes. Wash and flush your eyes in cool tap water. 7. Eat vitamin A food like carrot, mango, papaya, sweet potato, green leafy veggies, spinach, etc I hope the above tips will help you. For more queries contact us.
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I have a very highly red eye and also water falling and high swelling so what to do?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I have a very highly red eye and also water falling and high swelling so what to do?
Homoeopathic medicine EUPHRASIA 30 ( Dr Reckeweg) Drink 2 drops direct on tongue every 2-3 hrly CINERARIA /EUPHRASIA EYEDROPS ( SBL ) pour into eyes 1-2 drops 3 times daily
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My son eye sight is 6/9 & 6/9 it should be 6/6 for him to qualify for commercial pilot training in a months time could lasik help him & can it be found out during medical examination.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
My son eye sight is 6/9 & 6/9 it should be 6/6 for him to qualify for commercial pilot training in a months time coul...
If fundoscopy is performed as a routine procedure during selection than only - procedure of lasik can be found
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My eyes Are paining and my head also paining at noon time And when sunlight came My head is paining a lot.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
My eyes Are paining and my head also paining at noon time And when sunlight came My head is paining a lot.
Hello, take Natrum carb 30 , 5 drops twice daily. Use CMD2 eye drops , 2 drops in each eye twice daily. Revert me after 7 days.
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I am having headaches almost 2-3 times in a month. I had an eye check up that was fine, can you please help with it. Thankyou.

MBBS
General Physician, Chandigarh
I am having headaches almost 2-3 times in a month. I had an eye check up that was fine, can you please help with it.
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Please avoid unnecessary stress and strain anxiety depression etc from your life plan out your daily routine with lots of interesting and useful activities and hobbies including exercises also eat good nutrious diet and keep cheerful you must also take 6to 8hrs sleep in the night and if you have any physical problem get it checked and treated
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Foreign Objects in The Eye - Ways You Can Deal With It!

MBBS, MS - Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologist, Delhi
Foreign Objects in The Eye - Ways You Can Deal With It!

Excessive blinking or the urge to rub your eyes is most often caused by foreign objects in your eyes. This foreign object can be anything from your own eye lash to dust or a shard of metal. The area these foreign objects affect is the cornea or the conjunctiva. It can scratch the cornea causing an infection of affecting your vision if not treated in time. A foreign object usually enters your eye as a result of a high impact collision or force like wind etc. Some of the symptoms of having a foreign object in your eye include:

  1. Pressure or discomfort in the eye
  2. Pain in the eye
  3. Excessive tearing and clear or bloody discharge from the eye
  4. Increased sensitivity to light
  5. Redness in the eye

Blinking continuously a few times can dislodge some types of foreign objects. If it affects your vision or causes constant tearing consult a doctor. Do not attempt to rub your eyes in an effort to remove the object. Instead restrict the movement of your eye until a doctor can remove the irritant. To avoid further injury to the eye, bandage the eye with a clean cloth. If the object does not allow you to close your eye, cover it with a paper cup and bandage it. Do not use anything, such as tweezers or cotton directly on the eye.

In some cases, the irritants can be seen with the naked eye. If you think something is stuck in your eye, wash your hands and look at your eye under a bright light. Pulling the lower lid down and flipping the upper eye lid can allow you to see the eye more clearly. To remove a foreign object under the upper eyelid submerge the eye in a flat bowl of water and rapidly open and close it a few times. This can help flush the object out of your eye. Alternatively pour a glass of warm water over your eye while keeping them open. Washing the eye can help get rid of irritants stuck under the lower eyelid.

In more serious cases, anesthetic drops are used to numb the eye. The eye will then be observed under a magnifying glass to see the extent of the injury. Your doctor may use several methods to remove the irritant depending on its size and extent of penetration. You may also be given medication to help deal with the pain caused by the object. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ophthalmologist.

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