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Kulwanti Hospitals & Research Center

Ophthalmologist Clinic

Kakadav Rd, Ambedkar Nagar, Navin Nagar, Kakadeo, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh Kanpur
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It is important to us that you feel comfortable while visiting our office. To achieve this goal, we have staffed our office with caring people who will answer your questions and help you ......more
It is important to us that you feel comfortable while visiting our office. To achieve this goal, we have staffed our office with caring people who will answer your questions and help you understand your treatments.
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Kulwanti Hospitals & Research Center is known for housing experienced Ophthalmologists. Dr. P J Bansal, a well-reputed Ophthalmologist, practices in Kanpur. Visit this medical health centre for Ophthalmologists recommended by 44 patients.

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Kakadav Rd, Ambedkar Nagar, Navin Nagar, Kakadeo, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh
Kakadeo Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh - 208025
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MS - Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologist
35 Years experience
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Contact Lenses - Can They Be Bad For You?

ABC
Ophthalmologist, Jodhpur
Contact Lenses - Can They Be Bad For You?

Contact lenses are one of the most convenient ways to correct vision related problems. It is easily disposable and requires the least maintenance. It might have minor side effects in the form of irritations and allergies but it requires the least time for adaptability. They help to correct nearsightedness and farsightedness along with astigmatism and age-related vision problems like presbyopia. Following are the benefits and harms of wearing contact lenses.

Positive effects of contact lenses
1. Better vision - Wearing contact lenses improves your vision to a great amount, especially peripheral vision. They are comfortable to wear and can correct both nearsightedness and farsightedness. They can cause discomfort initially but are more effective than glasses. Lenses are also available in bifocals and tints and can be worn for long periods of time.
2. Great for an active lifestyle - Glasses can be a hindrance to sports activities and can limit your peripheral vision. Lenses, on the other hand, are great for an active lifestyle as they require short adaptation period. They are easy to put and take care of and do not require a lot of maintenance on your part as it needs least cleaning.

Risks of wearing contact lenses
1. Dry eyes - Dry eyes are the most common side effects of wearing contact lenses
2. Infections - Contact lenses wearers are prone to infection of the cornea called keratitis. It can cause swelling, blurry vision and other problems due to lack of oxygen supply to the cornea. Infection can be prevented by maintaining the hygiene while wearing and taking off lenses.
3. Allergic reactions - Allergic reaction to the contact lens solution can affect your vision as it causes inflammation of the eyeballs and redness. It can also cause eyelid inflammation and limit your scope of vision.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Cataract - What Factors Can Put You At Risk?

MBBS, MS - Ophthalmology, Fellowship in Cornea and Anterior Segment
Ophthalmologist, Delhi
Cataract - What Factors Can Put You At Risk?

Cataract usually affects people who are above 40. It is a blurring of the eye’s lens, which lies at the back of pupil and iris. It is the most usual cause behind the loss of vision for people above 40. Research also states that it is a major cause of blindness in the world.

Types of cataracts:

  1. Subcapsular cataract: People who are diabetic and those are taking high steroids are more prone to subcapsular cataract. In this type, the cataract develops at the back of the lens.
  2. Nuclear cataract: A nuclear cataract is related to aging. It usually affects the central portion of the lens of the eye.
  3. Cortical cataract: It is a white opacity, which begins from the periphery of the lens and spreads up to the center of the lens in a spot-like manner. It usually affects the cortex of the lens.

Symptoms:

  1. In the beginning, cataract affects a small portion of your eye and affects your vision.
  2. Your vision gradually gets blurred.
  3. Too much exposure to the light might cause glare.
  4. In nuclear cataract, you may notice a short-lived improvement of your near vision.
  5. In subcapsular cataract, you cannot notice any symptoms in the initial days.

Cause of cataract:
The lens inside our eyes acts like a camera and it is made of protein and water. The protein helps in keeping the lens clear. But with aging, the protein may start to form a lump, which causes cloudiness in the eye area. With time the cataract spreads all over the lens and creates more cloudiness, which ultimately leads to blindness. The factors which usually trigger cataract are

  1. Age
  2. UV rays from sunlight
  3. Obesity
  4. Hypertension
  5. Smoking
  6. Consumption of high dosage steroids medicines
  7. Statin medicines
  8. History of eye inflammation or any eye injury
  9. History of eye surgery
  10. Too much consumption of alcohol
  11. Hormone replacement therapy
  12. Family history of cataract

Prevention of cataract:
It cannot be guaranteed whether cataract can be prevented or not. A study shows that cataract is caused due to the oxidative changes in the lens of the eye. Nutrition studies have shown that consuming vegetables and fruits, which are high in antioxidants, may help in preventing cataract. Dietary intake of vitamin E, carotenoids lutein, and zeaxanthin from supplements and food items can decrease the risk of developing a cataract. Sunflower seeds, spinach and almonds are good sources of vitamin E. Kale, spinach, other leafy green veggies are the good sources of zeaxanthin and lutein. Food items that contain Omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin C decrease the chances of cataract.

Last, but not the least, when you step out, always wear a sunglasses, which has the ability to block UV rays.

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My cousin brother is diagnosed with weak eyesight - 6.0. Can this be cured with operation or medications. Do suggest please. Thank you.

MBBS
General Physician, Sambalpur
My cousin brother is diagnosed with weak eyesight - 6.0. Can this be cured with operation or medications. Do suggest ...
There is no as such medicine to cure eyesight. He can use glasses or go for laser therapy but laser therapy in children or below 20 not advised.
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Hii sir my name is ajaykumar I'm suffering from my eye sight is -4.5 and my age is 19 years can I eligible for leaser treatment.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hii sir my name is ajaykumar I'm suffering from my eye sight is -4.5 and my age is 19 years can I eligible for leaser...
If laser is useful for your eyes need to be tested by the surgeon doing laser based on many criteria.
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Last year I was diagnosed with jaundice, but still my eyes are bit yellow. How to cope with it. Any thing that I can do?

CCPH, BHMS
Homeopath, Bhilai
Last year I was diagnosed with jaundice, but still my eyes are bit yellow. How to cope with it. Any thing that I can do?
Hve liv 52 tab daily, it tkes tme to cme ot of it so daily hve gud diet if you dnt hve any health issue nw.
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I am 29 year old male, I am feeling very sick and my mount is turning better and I had taken paracetamol 650 around 7 pm IST today. My eyes are turning hot. Feeling very dull.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I am 29 year old male, I am feeling very sick and my mount is turning better and I had taken paracetamol 650 around 7...
For fever take one tablet paracetamol 650 mg and can repeat it after eight hours as and when needed and I will suggest you to eat nutritious home made food with adequate fluid intake and take physical rest and Get your blood checked for CBC and follow up with reports.
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Currently my eyes are totally fine but I work a lot on computer and mobile since few months. So I want to ask that do I need to use any type of glasses to protect my eyes or any other solution?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Currently my eyes are totally fine but I work a lot on computer and mobile since few months. So I want to ask that do...
Do eye exercise regularly and take a break for five minutes every two hours for eye relaxation during work
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Cataract Surgery - How To Quickly Recover From It?

ABC
Ophthalmologist, Jodhpur
Cataract Surgery - How To Quickly Recover From It?

A simple, uncomplicated cataract surgery should not take more than 10 minutes to perform. The best part about a cataract surgery is that most people see almost immediate results and improved vision. However, full recovery can take awhile. Each person heals at a different speed but ideally, your eyes should heal completely in a month. Here are a few tips to help speed up this process and avoid infections and eye injuries.

Take it easy
Just because the surgery takes a short time is no reason to underestimate its importance. Do not drive on the first day and as far as possible avoid driving for the next few days as well. Do not put any extra pressure on your eyes by bending, lifting weights etc. This will ensure that your stitches do not tear open. Try to avoid excessive sneezing and coughing as this can jerk the lens out of place.

Protect your eyes
Wearing sunglasses is a good idea after a cataract surgery. This will protect your delicate eyes against dust, wind etc. Avoid using community swimming pools and hot tubs immediately after such a surgery to lower the risk of infections. Avoid rubbing your eyes aggressively. For the first week, keep your face out of the shower so as to avoid feeling the need to press or rub your eyes as well as to protect them from bacteria in the water.

Lubricate
Your eyes may feel dry and scratchy after a cataract surgery. This is normal and not something to worry about. Your doctor will prescribe eye drops to be taken after the surgery. Use these regularly. Once this is over you may need additional artificial tears or lubricating eye drops. However, do not take these drops without first consulting your doctor. If your eyes are sensitive to the preservatives in bottled eye drops, look for single use ampoules. Ensure that you always wash your hands well before administering the eye drops.

Keep the eye clean
Though washing your face is avoidable, you must still keep the eye clean. Use cotton and a sterile saline wash for the first few days. You can later replace the saline with cool boiled water.

If you feel any deterioration in your vision, pain or excessive discharge in the operated eye, you must immediately consult your doctor. Seeing sudden flashes of light or floaters in your vision should also not be ignored.

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My father is 56 years old. When he wakes up his eyes are filled with excess waste. And he finds allot of trouble with that. Can you please tell me what can be the reason for it and the cure as well. Thank you.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
My father is 56 years old. When he wakes up his eyes are filled with excess waste. And he finds allot of trouble with...
It can be an infection. Consult an eye specialist and get proper check up. Don't ignore and avoid using home remedies.
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I got my cataract done on one eye .it was phaco srgry. After a week I got a sty in tht eye .why is it prblm.

ICR Study, M. B. S.(H)
Homeopath, Mumbai
I got my cataract done on one eye .it was phaco srgry. After a week I got a sty in tht eye .why is it prblm.
It's nothing to do with your present cataract surgery... Do you have this tendency to have the stye previously.... We can take the symptoms ofHow painful it is and whether. it is. On upper. Or lower lid... Has this has lot of pus in it... (this a part as a Homoeopath I will consider this. Post cataract surgery In case you are not having this tendency of styes earlier...)
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