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Jain Eye Clinic & Hospital, Jaipur

Jain Eye Clinic & Hospital

Ophthalmologist Clinic

K- 4 - A, Fatehtiba, Moti Doongri Road Adarsh Nagar Jaipur
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Our goal is to offer our patients, and all our community the most affordable, trustworthy and professional service to ensure your best health....more
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Jain Eye Clinic & Hospital is known for housing experienced Ophthalmologists. Dr. Prof M R Jain, a well-reputed Ophthalmologist, practices in Jaipur . Visit this medical health centre for Ophthalmologists recommended by 46 patients.

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K- 4 - A, Fatehtiba, Moti Doongri Road Adarsh Nagar
Jaipur , Rajasthan - 302004
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All About Corneal Ulcer

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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.
All About Corneal Ulcer
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Dear sir/ ma'am I am 17 years n my weight is 40 & height is 150 cms. I have specks no is 2.75 & 2.70 I really want my no to get reduce because I don't like to wear specks & I have dark circles too please suggest me something.

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Dear sir/ ma'am I am 17 years n my weight is 40 & height is 150 cms. I have specks no is 2.75 & 2.70 I really want my...
You can wear Semisoft contact lenses. You mu8st eat lot of fruits and vegetables and have good sleep.

Breathing Contact Lenses: A Boon for High Myopes

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Variety of contact lenses is used to correct refractive errors. Soft Contact (hydrogel) Lenses are most often used in various types of refractive errors but they have certain disadvantages. These lenses do not permit adequate Oxygen to pass through which is essential for health of cornea and hence they can be worn for limited hours, i.e 6 to 8 hours maximum and never while sleeping. The tear proteins get deposited on these lenses which limit their life to about a year. If worn for prolonged period or proper measures not taken to clean the lenses, cornea can get an ULCER which at times can result in permanent loss of vision. Disposable daily wear lenses provide safer alternative but the cost increases significantly. Since soft contact lenses are applied after cleaning with a solution which can be the cause of mild to severe allergic conjunctivitis which can become intolerable. Soft contact lenses are not ideal in eyes with high corneal astigmatism.

Merits of soft contact lenses are that they can be dispensed over the counter or purchased on line though it is not ideal. A correct curvature and power of a contact lens is determined by a contact lens specialist/ Ophthalmologist after measuring exact corneal curvature and using trial contact lens. Another merit is that these lenses can be accepted very easily since even on the first day they do not produce much of discomfort. These lenses can be worn off and on without any inconvenience. Recent introduction of Toric Contact Lenses have made them more acceptable in cases of moderate corneal astigmatism.

Breathing Contact Lenses
These lenses are the one which permit significant amount of oxygen to pass through and hence can be worn for prolonged interval without any adverse effect on the cornea. These are of two types

1 Semisoft or Extended Wear RGP Contact Lenses
These lenses are made up of FP 92 which is a semi rigid soft plastic and is highly permeable to oxygen. These lenses are excellent for high refractive errors, especially in patients who have high corneal astigmatism. Even cases with irregular cornea or Keratoconus, these lenses can be accepted with rewarding results.

These lenses can only be fitted by an expert Ophthalmologist since precise measurement has to be carried out and various trial lenses have to be tried to evaluate the optimum fit. The lenses are made to measurement and the patient has to be precisely trained to fit the lenses and maintain them. As stated, the lenses can be safely worn while sleeping and there is practically no danger of corneal toxicity or infection. These lenses may last for 4-5 years. One of the demerits of these lenses is that they take 5-6 days to adopt and the patient is advised to use them regularly. They are excellent alternative to LASIK surgery.

2. Silicon Hydrogel Contact Lenses
These are recent introduction of extended wear contact lenses with capacity to 'breathe' better than soft or hrdrogel contact lenses. Some of the recent Silicon Hydrogel Contact lenses introduced by Alcon and Bausch and Lomb can be worn for a week or so.
Silicon hydrogel lenses though indicated for prolonged wear but can cause mild keratitis and sometimes allergic keratitis if worn overnight. These lenses still needs lot of improvement to be free of complications

Advise: It is ideal to consult an Ophthalmologist specialized in contact lenses for fitting of a proper contact lenses. Advertised lenses some time misguide and can be damaging to the eye.
Breathing Contact Lenses: A Boon for High Myopes
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Me and my husband had very weak eyes and we have used spectacles then after our marriage we went for Lasik. My baby is 3 years old. To keep him engaged he sometimes watches tv in a day maximum 1 hour. I have noticed as soon as he starts watching tv he starts rubbing his one eye. What could be the reason? And please suggest some good diet for eye health so that he does not have to use specs at early age.

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Me and my husband had very weak eyes and we have used spectacles then after our marriage we went for Lasik. My baby i...
Since you both have poor vision, must get your child examined you may use florate t eye drops 3 times 15 days tears natural forte 3 times for 2 months.

Diabetic Retinopathy: What to know?

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Diabetic retinopathy is an eye problem that affects the retina of the eye and causes total and irreparable blindness. It usually occurs after 15 to 20 years of diabetes. Poorer the control earlier is the onset. Association of hypertension and increased blood cholesterol make the condition more serious.

In initial stages, there may not be any visual symptoms. Some patients may get macular edema marked with a decrease in the vision without exhibiting diabetic retinopathy.

Here is some important aspect of the disease that you should know:

Symptoms as the condition progress: you might experience blurred or fluctuating vision, impaired color vision, spots or dark strings floating in your vision, dark or empty areas in your vision and an even significant decrease in vision which is not corrected with glasses. Diabetes can cause early cataract formation (diabetic cataract) in the eye.

Causes: In an uncontrolled diabetic patient, the blood supply to the retina is decreased due to vascular constriction, in due course of time. This causes anoxia which promotes new vessel formation which may leak causing macular edema and or exudates. The newly formed vessels are fragile, can cause small projections (aneurysms) or may bleed. This all happens in the most sensitive central part of the retina (macula) thereby affecting vision to varying degree.

Advanced diabetic retinopathy: more edema, exudates, and hemorrhages occur. The newly formed vessels may profusely bleed in the cavity of the eye, seriously affecting vision. In due course of time, retinal fibrosis occurs which may cause retinal detachment and total blindness. Few eyes may develop an increase in intraocular pressure (glaucoma) at any stage of the disease, causing blindness even without advanced diabetic retinopathy.

When does the risk increase: longer the duration, higher the incidence. If you have an uncontrolled blood sugar ideally evaluated by hb1ac (glycosylated HB) test, hypertension and increased cholesterol. Pregnancy too increases the risk. Ethnicity plays an important role. More prevalent in native Americans, Hispanics and Africans and now some studies highlight incidence in southeast Asia, including Indians.

When should you consult ophthalmologist: once you are declared diabetic, you must consult an ophthalmologist. Thereafter as per his advice every one or two years or even early if your control is poor or if your parents suffered from advanced diabetic retinopathy. If you are pregnant, eye examination may be needed frequently. Remember, proper control of risk factors and timely examination and intervention can prevent you from becoming blind. A Recent introduction of oct evaluation & intravitreal therapy has significantly helped patients with diabetic retinopathy.
Diabetic Retinopathy: What to know?
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I need serious help. My skin under the eyes swallowing and and became black and with this problem I look like an old man, I sleep 8 hours and I exercise daily. I don't know what causing this problem. My skin under the eyes is swallowing what should I do? What are home remedies or medicines and any kind of process to get rid of this as soon as possible? Thank you.

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My skin under the eyes swallowing and and became black and with this problem I look like an old ...
Good sleep, juices, fruits and on the lid application of kheera slices cold and meshed boiled potatoes. Report after 30 days.

I have a squint in right at 4years old. Now am 27 years recently I consult ophthalmologist in hyderabad vision is very low in squint eye it is possible to do squint correction surgery but after 5 years right eye will come same position I need squint didn't repeat again in my life then what will I do any source is there.

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I have a squint in right at 4years old. Now am 27 years recently I consult ophthalmologist in hyderabad vision is ver...
Get your self operated for squint by a good doctor. Than give constant excercise to the eye. Squint may not recur.

SQUINT: A CHALLENGING PROBLEM

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Normally the eyes are the best friends. They blink together. They move together and always keep the visual axis parallel, how paradoxical it is that healthy eyes visual axis never meet but it is the eyes who make you meet the desired person in your life.

When visual axis is not parallel in any direction of gaze, we call it a squint

Squint can be congenital or acquired. Congenital squints are usually more difficult to treat. Acquired squint may be due to refractive error. They can be traumatic causing paralytic squint which is more difficult to treat.

If both eyes converge (turn inside), we call it convergent squint. If they diverge, we call it divergent squint.

The squint can be constant or inconstant (sometimes).

A squint patient has to be examined fully by a very competent ophthalmologist at the earliest opportunity. The doctor shall find out the type of squint, its degree, and its nature. Fundus has to be examined. Refraction has to be done. Convergent squint patients quite often have a hypermetropic refractive error and sometimes can be cured by spectacles and exercise. Myopic eyes most often have a divergent squint. In some patients, the squint is quite hidden (latent) and it appears occasionally when patient have a strong emotion or absent minded. Most often these squints are divergent.

Management of squint needs spectacles, exercise at home or at syn optophone machine in the hospital and if it does not respond, then a surgery by an expert.

The challenge in surgery shall depend on a degree of squint, an age of onset, type, and age of surgery. Ideal age of squint surgery is 5-10 years. More the age, unpredictable results. Simply drugs do not cure squint. Paralytic squint more challenging. Earliest the better
SQUINT: A CHALLENGING PROBLEM

WHEN SHOULD THE CATARACT BE OPERTATED?

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Total or partial opacification of transparent lens of the eye is termed as cataract. Such opacification essentially occurs in old age but it can occur in children or young age due to diabetes, trauma, congenital causes, use of steroid drops in the eyes or secondary to glaucoma.

Cataract affects vision depending upon its degree and location. Very slight cataract at the posterior pole can obstruct central vision and cause marked glare blindness or inability to read small letters whereas, cataract in the cortical area may take long time to affect vision.

Treatment: no medicines can cure cataract. Once it occurs, it has to be operated.

When to get operated?

When you are professionally blind or unable to carry out your routine duties/work. A driver or a watch repairer has to operate very early due to glare blindness whereas an old lady can wait for some time. It is ideal to get the surgery done with immature or early cataract than to wait for the cataract to get mature. A mature or hypermature cataract is difficult and risky to operate.

What surgery?

Phacoemulsification with ultrasonic rays is the modern method os surgery. You get only 2-3 mm of an incision, no sutures. The lens is emulsified and aspirated and a foldable IOL (lens) is injected by a syringe which unfolds and occupy the same space as your original lens. 10 minutes surgery with practically no pain. This lens lasts for a life time and gives you youthful vision.

The surgery can be performed even in patients with diabetes or hypertension and at any age. Maybe 90-100. Practically no post-op restrictions.
WHEN SHOULD THE CATARACT BE OPERTATED?

KNOW THE GLAUCOMA: BLINDING DISEASE OF EYES

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Glaucoma is the condition of raised intraocular pressure which cause permanent irrepairable blindness of the eyes. Most often glaucoma is heriditary. Myopes are more prone to get glaucoma.

Glaucoma is mainly of three types: angle closure /acute glaucoma and open angle glaucoma and secondary glaucoma. Open angle glaucoma is the commonest and mostly occurs after the age of 35 years. 30 percent of eyes have no symptoms. There may be ocular pain, heaviness of eyes, watering, defective vision or defective night vision etc. Glaucoma can be detected by expert ophthalmologist.

Recording of intraocular pressure, fundus examination, automated field test and if necessary oct test has to be done.

Initially the eye pressure is controlled by drugs and when necessary, microsurgical procedure of trabeculectomy has to be performed. Surgery can cure glaucoma permanently in 95 % of eyes. Never take glaucoma lightly.
KNOW THE GLAUCOMA: BLINDING DISEASE OF EYES

DRY EYES: MAJOR EYE PROBLEM

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In modern time, dry eye has become a major ophthalmic problem. Itching, grittiness, watering, foreign body sensations, discharge and at times blurred vision can be the symptoms of dry eyes. Such patients feel relief when they wash their eyes with water.

The condition can be diagnosed by the symptoms or by shirmer test. Even those who use computer get" computer vision syndrome" which is due to dry eyes. Post lasik or after any eye surgery, patient can have dry eyes. Most of the women at menopausal age get dry eyes. The incidence of dry eyes increases with age.

You must consult an ophthalmologist if you have any of these complaints.
DRY EYES: MAJOR EYE PROBLEM
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What are the suggestion for making eye correct so that specks should be not used.

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What are the suggestion for making eye correct so that specks should be not used.
Eat lot of green veg & fruits and dry fruits in addition to Yoga. Sit at a distance of 8 feet from TV and do not overuse comp and Mobile
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Hello Doctor, I am 22 year old and my eye sight is getting weaker. Its -3.25 for both eyes and around 0.25 decrease in the sight. I use contact lenses when I am outside and usually wear my spectacles at home. Help me in getting my vision back and stop it from decreasing further.

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Hello Doctor, I am 22 year old and my eye sight is getting weaker. Its -3.25 for both eyes and around 0.25 decrease i...
You must use contact lenese and spectacles regularly. Eat lot of gree vegetables, fruits nd dry fruits. Bidam.
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What are the symptoms of bacterial conjunctivitis and how can we prevent it from spreading from one person to another.

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Watering, discharge, redness, ocular pain are main symptoms. One should not allow other family members to come in contact. Use Ketogate drops 4 times

I am suffering with keratoconus and in the night my eyes are getting red and are dry.

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I am suffering with keratoconus and in the night my eyes are getting red and are dry.
For this you must be fully examined by expert ophthalmologist. May use ocurest ah drops 3 times for 20 days.

Is there any possible solution for lazy eye? There is squint as well as lazy ness in my left eye.

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If a Lazy man works, he improves. Same applies to the eye. Best possible correction should be given to lazy eye. Some times we occlude better eye. Get yourself examined fully by a good doctor and send the report.

Eye strain as the cause of headache

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Commonest cause of headache is refractive error may it be very small. Hypermetropia and any type of astigmatism if not corrected properly can give mild to severe headache as well as watering from the eyes. Most often, headache patients visit neurologist who advises mri brain which is almost always normal. A patient for headache must get blood pressure checked and visit ophthalmologist to be examined after dilatation of pupil. Quite often, minor refractive errors are only detected when patient or even a child is examined after dilating the pupil. Ophthalmologist can also detect and brain problem by fundus examination. Do not neglect any headache or minor watering of eyes.
Eye strain as the cause of headache
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EXTENDED WEAR OXYGEN PERMEABLE CONTACT LENSES

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In high degree of refractive error, may it be myopia or hypermetropia, extended wear contact lenses are great boon. In young age high power of glasses pose great problem. Some cases are suitable for lasik surgery but all are not. Soft contact lenses do not permit oxygen to permeate and hence they can be worn only for short period. Never when you go to sleep. If not cared properly, there can be severe corneal infection and due to protein deposits, these lenses have to be changed after 9-12 months. Moreover, these lenses do not correct astigmatism.
Extended wear rgp lenses can be worn continuously for 2-3 days, can correct any type of refractive error including astigmatism. In keratoconus also soft lenses are not acceptable but rgp lenses can give rewarding results. If cared for, these lenses can last for 6-7 years and there are no chances of infection. These lenses may cost rs 4000 to rs 8000/. Special lenses for keratoconus may cost more. They can be fitted only by expert ophthalmologist. Visit: web: mrj-jainerye. Com.
EXTENDED WEAR OXYGEN PERMEABLE CONTACT LENSES

DIABETIC RETINOPATHY

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Diabetes is known to cause total and irreparable blindness if not attended in time. It is important that every deiabetic patient if fully examined by an expert ophthalmologist. There are certain drugs which can prevent damage to retina. Once the retina is involved, we cal it diabetic retinopathy which if not attended can lead to vitreous haemorrhage and retinal detachment which finally may lead to total and irreparable blindness. Timely intervention in cases of diabetic retinopathy by oct examination may reveal changes which can be reversed by photocoagulation and more effectively by intravitreal injections of lucentis or avastin.
DIABETIC RETINOPATHY
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