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 There is a small lump on the inside of my eyelid what is it?
It might just be part of the eyelid is bruised and when i pushed it together it felt like a lump but im not sure does anybody know? I know its the eyelid not the eye....


 when ever I look at the computer screen it starts shaking. If i look at something close to me it happens too?
nothing is actually shaking, its my eyes. it stops if i look at something far away or close my eyes for like 5 seconds. I have 20/20 vision, i had it tested like 3 weeks ago. I don't really ...


 Where can I buy Purilens solution for less than $29.95?
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 Contacts Lenses?
What does it do thats unhealthy to your eyes if u swim with googles or get in the shower with ur contacts in?
I mean what does it like do, and what other things should you not do and why?...


 how to convert an eyeglasses prescription to a contact prescription?
my O.D=+1.50
my O.S=+1.50
my PD=63/60...


 blackouts?
last week i was on a rollercoaster. right before we went upside down everything turned black i mean not everthing, i could still see somewhat. the other day my dad got home from work early and it ...


 saw the eye doctor a lil while ago...?
so i went to my opthamologist the other day to get my yearly check up, and well something concerns me a little...she said my eyes are very healthy, but that my VA/vision without glasses is HORRIBLE, ...


 i have bliking reflexes n im getting contacts. help!!?
ok. so my eye doctor does 1 and 1/2 hr lessons to teach me how to wear contacts. if i dont get them in, then i just go and try the next week. i've done 2 weeks already and i still have been ...


 Have any of you had cataract removal and Chrystal Lens implants. I have had one eye done and and hopping for?
the best. What have your experiences been?...


 Amblyopia and strabismus. Is there any hope for adults with this problem?
I recently came out of surgery for this issue at age 26. The 3rd surgery actually through my lifetime. The weaker eye is still not completely corrected. What can I do?...


 When to get glasses?
OK you know how when you get your eyes checked and you get 2 numbers like 20/20 well at what point do you think you need glasses I have a hard time seeing and i have 20/25...


 color eye contact?
ok i have a 20/20 vison and i want to have color contact is that a good ideal i really want to look ...


 contact lens?
im 12 yr old and i dont know which brand is best for me i was thinking of acuvue but i dont know. my eyes are usually dry and itchy please help ...


 plzz HELP!!! contact lens question!!?
ok so i went to my eye doctor and i got contacts. there, i put them on, took them out, and put them on again without any hassle. i wore them home and everything. now i have them on. but my doctor ...


 eye color question?
is it possible for one's eye color to change depending on one's mood? For example, could one's eye color darken if one becomes angry?...


 Why does the monocular PD have to be taken for progressive lenses?
Why can't the distance and near PD be used?...


 I had PRK July 24th, 2007. Is it OK to use Visine or some other OTC eyedrops for minor eye redness?
Everything is fine, all healed-up, etc. Still taking Flarex once a day for another five days. Also using moisturizing drops throughout the day and "something-PM" ointment at bedtime....


 Does anyone wear Baushch&Lomb Purevision Toric contact lenses ?
Hi, I am Korean, i ordered Bausch&Lomb PureVision Toric contact lenses few days ago, now i got them.
I saw on internet that I can wear this contact lenses for 30 days continuesly, but my eye ...


 What is it?
This morning when i woke up and looked in da mirror i looked at my left eye and noticed red sort of vein marks under it. My right eye was alright though. It has not affected my vision or anything. A...


 Having problems with taking contacts out of my right eye?
Hi , im new to contacts i just got them a few days ago and the thing is i can put em in pretty easily and i can easily take it out from my left eye but it seems almost impossible to take it out of my ...



brett s
Newborn son with eye problems. Left eye won't open all the way. 6 mnth later it is still only partially open
It is always his left eye. It will open fine, but always a little less open than right eye. He sometimes gets mucas buildup in his left eye. When he gets sick, left eye is always first sign. Any ideas what it is?
                     




*LaNa*
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probably pink eye?!
well 1st off, make sure
U CLEAN OFF THE MUCUS ON HIS EYE!!
and u also should make warm tea,
take a tissue, and put it under his eye!
i no it sounds crazy
but sometimes it works?!?!
or maybe he has an allergy to dust or even wind!!
it happens!!
and theres one more thing...
TAKE HIM TO THE DOCTOR OR THE HOSPITAL!!


HOPE THIS HELPS!!!
PLEAZ LISTEN TO WAT I HAD TO SAY


Enchanted
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How about asking his doctor. There's no way anyone here is going to be able to help you with this. sorry


browneyedgirl623
My granddaughter gets a lot of "goop" at the inner corner of one of her eyes because there is a partially blocked tear duct. When that happens we need to gently massage the corner of the eye.

The American Optometric Association recommends an eye exam for your child during his first year of life. If there is something unusual going on with his vision system, an optometrist can either prescribe treatment or refer you to the proper specialist.

InfantSEE is a no-cost program for babies to have their eyes checked. The link is here http://www.infantsee.org/


Paul MB
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It sounds like he's been able to open this left eye since birth. It also sounds like his lid has been a bit down compaired with the other side, since birth. If his eyes are aligned, and not corssed, or one out one in, then he's developed fixation for both eyes, so most likely will not end up with a lazy eye.

The goopys: In a LOT of children, the nasal mucosa can get thick enough during an inflammation or infection or cold, or flu or viral....and block off the canaliculus to that side. Some children don't open the connection between the lacrimal sac and nose. A chronic dacyrocystitis would result, with intermittent inflammation to that eye, pus suff, tearing. That would make it so that this eye would tear, or seem teary right off the bat from a cold. If the duct from the lacrimal sac going to the nose is blocked, that can be opened easily by most ophthalmologists (but a pediatric one would be 'better').

If the lid itself does not function correctly, has a lag in going up or down, or seems not 'connected', there are a significant number of problems that could cause that. Birth injury could make it so the tissue that connects the levator muscle to the eyelid is weak. When this happens to adults, it's a minor surgical repair. If he has had damage to the third nerve on that side, a neurological workup would be advised. If there's no pushing of the eye out, probably not an orbital problem. There are LOTS of medical reasons to terrify you with. The easiest thing would be to let the doc worry about those things as he'll cross most of them off the list just by looking at your baby.

The 'best' thing you could do would be to take him to a pediatric ENT specialist or pediatric ophthalmologist who are used to looking at children this age, are familiar with the problems...both medical and surgical and traumatic and...

If he uses his eyes 'together', the lid problem should NOT be a problem for awhile as he's already developed his ability to see.

If this lid doesn't go up enough for vision, that's sort of an urgent problem. Time is not on your side in this arena.

But if he's seeing ok, just make an appointment to have the exam and workup done.


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