I have looked online and haven't found much information. Except that other people have this condition also. I do not wear contacts. I have gray eyes and they glow/reflect with black light exposure (and have been since I was a child). Most people's eyes do not do this so I was wondering why mine do.View Thread
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I am afraid if my contact lens has got inside the eye during the last week. I do not have any irritation or feeling. Is it possible for the lens to remain in the eye for this much of time. If it really is inside, will it cause any critical, emergency condition.View Thread
In 6th grade an eye doctor told me I had a "lazy eye", but she did not describe it as what I know today of being amblyopia. She said my lazy eye had a lazy muscle and needed glasses to force it to "work out". I used the glasses but there was no improvement.
I used to read a lot and when I was tired my left eye was always seeing double, triple images, something that was most obvious with lights (i best noticed it while watching the moon).
I went to unieversal literature in college so at that time I started to read even more and when I wasnt reading, I was playing on my PC. Thats when I realized black letters were not as black anymore so I got glasses again. I was told i had astigmatism.
at age 23 I was trying to get into aviation academy and I didnt want glasses so I changed to contacts. I could see absolutely perfect with contacts.
Then after 2-3 years my vision in the left eye got incredibly bad. Right now I am 27 and I cannot distinguish faces, and cannot even distinguish if there is a person in front of me if its further than 10-15 meters. Last year my vision was a lot better. Luckily my right eye takes over and the right eye is close to perfect.
I did visit a doctor I was worried and got told I had amblyopia and I couldnt fix it, that my eye was okay but my brain was suppressing its image.
Now this did not make sense to me. How can it be my brain if I can still see perfectly just by putting a finger in front of my bad eye and looking just above it? Also, thinking about this issue over and over, I realized something else. If I focus an object with my left eye and then close it and focus with my right eye, the object I see with my bad eye looks slightly to the right and higher than with my good eye. I understand why the image is a bit to the right, but is it normal to be higher also? Does this mean my eyes are misaligned? Because no doctor ever told me this. When I was little and late at night when I was tired, I remember my mom noticing a few times that one of my eyes was "moving by itself". It was my bad eye. But I never had a double vision.
Can anyone help me with some knowledge on it? I am pretty fed up that until now pretty much all eye doctors told me different things and none of them takes the time to listen to me or at least care enough to explain in more depth. I still dont understand why my vision deteriorated so fast and at this age.
I've been having headaches and light sensitivity for the last six days in a row. I don't have anything to take for it right now, but I've had the light sensitivity for a while, though. Just not with headaches. I was diagnosed earlier this year or last with astigmatism. Is the headaches and light sensitivity connected to astigmatism?View Thread
what kind of compications does fake iris implantation can cause to my eye ?[br>my doctor performed...
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what kind of compications does fake iris implantation can cause to my eye ?[br>my doctor performed reduction my sutures but stopped the operation and told me that my pupil was stuck and iris implantation would worsen my eye condition i dont know.[br>i dont trust him so !!!View Thread
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