I have red veins surrounded by yellow in the whites of my eyes from the iris to the inner edge. I have Grave’s disease and Fibromyalgia. These veins have been there for two years now. Some days they get real bad and my vision gets fussy for a few hours. I am amblyopic and my good eye is worse than my lazy eye. What causes this?
I’ve been wanting to tell someone about my experience with floaters in my eyes. I was taking vitamins and eating a healthy diet, dried fruit and vegetables and fruit juices. The skin on my feet started to crack, my skin became dry and I developed floaters in both eyes so bad that the nurse sent me to a specialist… I was consuming three to four times the recommended vitamin A. I stopped taking vitamins. It’s taken two years and the floaters are gone. I seriously believe the vitamin A was to blame. I would like to see a study done on this, since so many drinks are adding vitamin A to fruit drinks our children are consuming.
About a year ago I was diagnosed with high blood pressure. At the time I also experienced flashing lights when in the dark and bright dots and flashes. I also developed floaters in both eyes. My doctor thought that I may have a small hemorrhage from the retina…Could the flashing lights be the result of high blood pressure or is a detached retina a possibility?
Hi, I have this problem where my eyes are constantly bloodshot. I don’t have particularly dry eyes. They are the worst when I wake up and before I go to bed. I use over the counter eye drops which only mildly help for a few hours. What could be causing this? I have had this problem for quite sometime. There is nothing foreign (i.e. not conjuctivitus) in my eyes and it is equally bad in both eyes. Please help!
Is there anything you can do for a broken blood vessel in the eye?
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I have been wearing bi-focals for 3 years, my most recent pair purchased just one year ago. Lately, I have been finding my eyes to be terribly tired and burning by mid afternoon. Is it possible that my vision can deteriorate this quickly and that I could require a new and stronger prescription already?
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After months of burning in my eyes and not being able to wear my contacts, a doctor finally told me that I have chronic bletharitis [blepharitis]. I know there isn’t a cure but is there anything that can be done so that I can wear contacts again?
Can blepharitis cause permanent eye problems and what are some of the causes of the problem?
My child’s eyes appear to really turn-in when he looks at close objects.