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I am 14 years old male. I am suffering from chickenpox. Please tell me what can I drink? I am having so many pox on my phase and they are so small but they are filled they are hurting to much. Please tell me can I use coconut oil on them and it is safe for me and can I drink mango shake.
I have having pain in my left eye and then this pain reached left side of my brain suddenly it becomes full headache. Please suggest me what is going on help me out.
Today I checked my eyes he said my no. 0.75 and the goggle permanent never remove what can I do for best eye performance I am only 18 plzz suggest me.
I am 21 years old. I have a -2 no. Of spectacle. My number is continuously increasing. I want to reduce it. Tell me dome solutions.
Respected sir. From the last 2 days when I get up from my sleep in morning my eyes become sticky and yellow coloured particles are stuck in the eyes. Pls address the issue.
I am 16 years old but whenever I used to drive bike my eyes get filled with water like I am crying, same thing happens when I yawn or concentrate during studies. What should I do?
I am feeling like something is tickling in my right eye. I have visited a doctor but I don't feel good. He said I have allergy. Suggest me something.
I am wearing specs since the age of 10 years .I m suffering from myopia. I want to remove my specs .I don't feel comfortable in specs sometimes I feel very awkward because I am not able to play any sports with the best of me.
My eyes are weak, I use to wear lenses as well as specs but from last sometime around 2 month my eyes had started paining and the pain is increasing day by day. Even when I am using spec my eyes get start paining. Please help.
I am tech guy. Working from 9 am to 6 pm in front of computer screen. Sometime I feel headache and pain on eyes. Can you suggest me any idea to prevent this problem. Is there any need to wear spectacle?
Hey I am rahul 22 years old. I use computer very much so I had specs so please help me how to get rid of these specs because during summer I sweet too much and my specs causes problem to me please help me how remove them. Is there any medicine or any exercise to correct eye sight.
My eyesight power is vry weak my spex no is 5 and 6 I am in +2 I have to do studies only e and through books also pls help me to completely cure my eyesight.
I have sight since 15 years of age. Now I'm 47 years. Now I have both long and short sight but I have any chance that seeing with out glasses. Please give advice.
Sir I having short site I have also got advises from doctor. But I always refuses specs because when I use it always makes my to bulk and it become a abnormal shape thats why I refused it ,Is there will be a chance in decrease in my vision. It was actually occurred in my 16 Yr old in an accident how can overcome this problems sir.
Diabetes is a pervading disease as it does not spare any system of your body. The increased sugar level affects everything from circulation to vision to kidneys. Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in the eyes in the age group of 25 to 75.
Some of the common eye problems caused by diabetes are listed below
- Blurred vision: Increased sugar levels can cause blurred vision. While most people might jump to getting a corrective lens, it may not be needed in all cases. Try getting the sugar levels to normal levels and see the vision improve. It may take up to 3 months, but it is definitely possible to do away with the lens.
- Cataracts: Clouding of the lens which is known as cataracts can set in early when there is diabetes. Worsening of cataracts also is at a quicker pace with diabetics. The blurring of vision and glare can set in, which would require removal of the clouded lens and placement of an artificial lens.
- Glaucoma: There is always a certain amount of pressure on the eyes, known as intraocular pressure. This pressure increases significantly in diabetics, leading to vision changes and damage to nerves and blood vessels. Glaucoma can cause dryness in the eyes, as there is less amount of liquid that the eye makes. There could also be headaches, eye pains, blurred vision, and vision loss. In addition to eye drops, surgery and laser can also be used for correction.
- Diabetic retinopathy: The retina is a layer on which image of an object falls, and from there, a message is sent to the brain to identify an object. However, in people with increased sugar levels, the blood vessels in the retina can be damaged, leading to vision problems and even blindness. Greater the sugar levels, greater the damage. There could be people who have lost vision due to this condition. Periodic checkups are advised to ensure that the vision is constantly monitored. There could be black spots or holes in the vision, flashes of light, and even blurring of vision gradually resulting in a complete loss.
Some eye care tips:
Now that we know diabetes affects the eyes adversely, the following are some effective tips to ensure good eye health is maintained.
- If sugar levels are not well controlled, more frequent checkups are advised, else, annual checkup should suffice.
- Monitor and control the blood sugar and A1c levels
- Monitor and control blood pressure levels, as combined with higher blood sugar levels, the damage is exponential
- Quit smoking
- Monitor and control cholesterol levels
- Healthy diet with lots of vitamins, minerals, and protein
- Exercise to help in improving overall quality of life. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ophthalmologist.