I know, first, I'm an idiot. I poked myself in the eye using a safety pin to separate my eyelashes (Julia...
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I know, first, I'm an idiot. I poked myself in the eye using a safety pin to separate my eyelashes (Julia Roberts style). Any ways, this happened a few months, yes, months back. I went to Europe, own a Salon, holidays, etc....meaning, time slipped thru my fingers. Oh, speaking of fingers, my nails have started to lift. I'm going to the Dr ASAP, but could this be related to the eatery pin eye issue?!!!!! Please advise!! Thank youView Thread
My son had an IOL 4 days ago for severe myopia and although I am using cyclopentolate 1% twice a day his eye still completely myotic. Is this to be expected? we are also using prednisolone drops and neopolydex ointment.View Thread
So a year a go my eyelids in my right lower eyelid started to swell over Christmas and it was right after I had just had my annual eye appointment. When the eye doctors office opened up after Christmas. The eye doctor gave me eye drops and anabotics. It got worse. She told me that if it didn't get better I wou have gone blind in that eye. I can't remember what she said it was but I know that it not a sty. I now get them in both upper and lower eyelids of both eyes. So does anyone know what it is. My eye is swollen red and has a bump I loss some of the vision in the eye that it's in at that time. It's painful and it really hurts.View Thread
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