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Member Query

My left eye has been watering continuously from the past 2-3 days. Have been putting in a lubricant eye drop as well. But no improvement.


Dr.   Omni.Care Doctor
Dear Member You can try cleaning eyelids with a wet cloth, or apply cold or warm compresses several times daily. There are several eye drops for patients with allergies, they include medication that controls allergic reactions. OR You can consult a Best Eye Specialist Doctor

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Member Query

Hellow sir/ma'am. Im 28 yrs old and i have been suffering from this typical problem since august 2017Actually i had conjunctivitis which was viral and stayed for around 2 months.after this slowly slowly my vision has changed and i m not seeing like before.when ever i am focussing on one thing or person the other thing which is behind or side or under that thing has its ghost image. Wts d problm??


Dr.   Prabhat Ranjan
Blurred vision is a common symptom of conjunctivitis.&#rl&#nlYou can try eye drops/artificial tears, cleaning eyelids with a wet cloth, or apply cold or warm compresses several times daily. There are several eye drops for patients with allergies, they include medication that controls allergic reactions.

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Member Query

After 1 years of my lasik surgery .I am facing the problem of glare and holes of lights at the night and driving . I feel very uncomfortable please suggest me &#rl&#nl&#rl&#nlOn Monday I have gone to my Doctor .she had given me two eye drops 1-Maxmoist 2-alphagan Z .Is these eye drops are very helpful?????


Dr.   Rajat Dhesi
Maxmoist is used for treatment of Obesity and Inflammation.&#rl&#nlAlphagan-Z is a prescription eye drop which reduces the amount of eye fluid, which decreases pressure inside the eye. It is used for treating open-angle glaucoma or high eye pressure. So, yes these drops will be helpful.&#rl&#nlDr. Rajat Dhesi, Glaucoma, M.B.B.S., M.S.-Cataract & Glaucoma, Prakash Netra Kendra, 788, Lucknow.

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Member Query

I am 22 years old and I have a flat nosal bridge as my opthalmologist told me. Due to flat nosal bridge my eyes appear to be misaligned/pseudosquint. Well if I go for rhinoplasty is it possible that misaligned eyes can get straight as due to nosal bridge my eyes has turned inwards? P.s. - left eye has turned inwards. - is it possible through rhinoplasty that misaligned eyes can get straight?


Dr.   Juthika Sheode
Rhinoplasty surgeons can perform endonasal Rhinoplasty and difficult revision cases as procedures with an external approach are better. In your case, the bridge of the nose can be aligned with an endonasal technique. Dr. Juthika Sheode, ENT, M.S., Fortis S. L. Raheja Hospital Mahim, Mumbai

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Member Query

What are the side effects laser eye surgery?


Dr.   Rajat Dhesi
Temporary visual disturbances and discomfort occurs during the first few days after surgery, and manifests in mild irritation and light sensitivity. You may also see halos and glares especially when driving at night, episodes of dry eyes, hazy vision and reduced acuity of vision. Since these problems are not permanent, they usually disappear within three to six months. Dr. Rajat Dhesi, M.B.B.S., M.S., Cataract & Glaucoma, Prakash Netra Kendra, Lucknow

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