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A day before yesterday, I had a major infection in my right eye and consulted an eye doctor. He prescribed some medication saying I had some kind of viral infection. Today most of the pain and redness of the eye is gone. But, I still have that 50% blurriness in my right eye. I can't see objects properly with my right eye. It's been 50 hours since I used the first medication. Am I going to lose the sight permanently? Blurriness is not increasing, but I'm still scared. I would be grateful if you could give me a proper suggestion. This is the medication Tablets: Aceclofenac & Paracetamol Tablets (Acetop-P) Ciprofloxacin Tablets (Floxip-500) Rabeprazole Tablets 20 mg (Razol-20) Eye drops: Moxifloxacin Eye drops Ip 0.5% w/v (Moxigram) Carboxymethyl-Cellulose Eye Drops IP (Compu Drops o.5%) Prednisolone Acetate Opthalmic Suspension USP (allergen) Sterile 10 ml.
I am 27 years old married woman. I had eye allergy and took medicine for the same for three days. Post one week white discharge was coming less then for five days it stopped. Is it due to medicine or some infection? Please help. I never had such problem before. When will I get back my normal discharge?
My eye sight is weak (-1.75) and I am using spectacles from 7 years. I want to know that how can I improve my eye sight. Please Suggest some good diet and exercise for eyes. And also best eye drops and medicines for weak eyes.
What should do in summers I am having pain in my eyes and in heads also taken a course of 2 years. What shall I do please advice
Sir, Am a diabetic for >12 yrs. Now under control with medicines. Attended Laser 5 sitting, Operation in one eye. 2 injections but still not given any improvement. Please advise.
Sir I was diagnosed with myopic cnvm in july 2015 after that I had 4 injections of lucentis 2 in each eye till march 2016. After that I was still fearing for its recurrence so I started ayurveda from sept 2016 till now and my vision now is 6/9 in right eye and 6/12 in left. And sir I wear specs of -13 power. Now major problem is that all govt jobs require 6/6 with glasses. So so I want to ask if there is any treatment for me so that my vision can get to 6/6 and this problem of retinal bleeding will not recur. thanks.
A simple, uncomplicated cataract surgery should not take much time 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. Try to avoid excessive sneezing and coughing. One should go for regular follow up as advised by your doctor. Use post op medication for a duration as advised by your treating surgeon. Do not use post op medications on your own whenever you have problem.
- 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. You should rush to the Ophthalmologist if you develop any sudden onset of pain, watering, redness or blurry vision in the operated eye . Seeing sudden flashes of light or floaters in your vision should also not be ignored.
A simple, uncomplicated cataract surgery should not take much time 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.