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I have eyes allergy in summers from sun and dust but my eye sight is perfect I use computer for tow three hours daily please help me this problem is very irritating me.
I m a student. And I very sincere. I studied twenty hours a day. I hve eye problem. Please give me suggestion.
I am 28 years and was affected with gastric problem for last one month and had been using Pantocid L and Normaxin tablets for one month. Yesterday my ophthalmologist prescribed me Doxy 1 L Dr. Forte for my eye infection. Is it safe to use these tablets with the one am already using. Is there any side effects.
My eyesight is very poor. I'm having pain in my eyes and I don't able to focus on a particular thing for long time and also feel irritation in eyes. I have gone to many doctors but condition is same as before. Please help me.
Dear sir, I always feel like my both the eyes are always wet. After getting up in the morning I find water at the corner of my eyes.
I have rashes in eyes from last 2-3 days and feelings dry eyes sometimes. Its like pinching something in eyes. Pls tell me what should I do now? Should I consult to eye specialist or can you provide me some treatment here only?
He has a problem with his eye. When work on computer his eyes get stressed very quickly and tear comes from eyes. What is the solution sir.
I recently had an eye checkup. And the report says, RE -1.25 dsph/-0.5dcyl LE -0.75dsph/-------/-------- Is this serious? Do I need to get glasses or will it affect my eyes? Actually never realized any difficulty in reading, until I visited the chamber today (to get colorblindness certificate for college admission) and the smaller texts looked blurry.
Hello Dr. After 6 month I am feeling pain in my neak. I am worked in computer a long time. I am not used pillow after pain in my neak what can I do I am filling very uncumfateble. Pls Dr. help me.
Antrior most transparent layer of the eye is called cornea. It is an extremely useful layer for refraction and protection of eye.
Any trauma, foreign body or chemical etc can invade the integrity of this layer and can be invaded by bacteria, fungus or virus, resulting in the corneal ulcer. Sometimes, due to hypoxia induced by contact lenses too can result in a corneal ulcer.
Depending on clinical presentation, a doctor diagnoses the cause of the ulcer and start the therapy. Since the transparency of cornea is very important, a doctor starts very intensive therapy. With repeated frequent checkups if a proper and intensive therapy is not given, the ulcer can progress and can cause collection of pus in the anterior chamber which if not attended properly, can cause the infection to travel into the interior of the eyeball (vitreous chamber) resulting in total blindness. The ulcer can become deeper and lead to perforation of the cornea, causing severe damage to the eye and may require removal of pus (evisceration) or total removal of the eye ball.
Generally, fungal ulcers are more dangerous and occur mostly in rainy season.
It is imperative that a case of corneal ulcer is diagnosed promptly and very intensive treatment proper treatment is given to save the disfigurement of the eye and total irreparable blindness.
At times we have not only to give topical drops but oral therapy has to be given. Injections in the eye have to be given. Culture sensitivity has to be done in severe cases to identify the causative organism.
In extremely severe cases, we have to perform, therapeutic keratoplasty.
Conclusion: Corneal Ulcer is a serious challenging problem with the potentiality to cause total and irreparable blindness and must be attended promptly by a very expert ophthalmologist to save the eye.