The eyeglass prescription is for very mild nearsightedness and astigmatism. If the glare and halo issues persist even when wearing the glasses, there is possibly an underlying issue with your cornea or natural crystalline lens. No choice but to make additional visits to more and more qualified ophthalmologists until a diagnosis is made. On subsequent eye doctor visits you need to be sure that your corneal topography, corneal epithelium, whole eye aberrometry, and crystalline lens clarity are all carefully checked.View Thread
There are a few common reasons for prominent blood vessels on the white surface of the eye. These include pterygium and pingueculum which are sunlight stimulated benign growths. There can also be inflammatory "bumps" with prominent blood vessels which occasionally need to be treated with anti-inflammatory drops.
With that said, if the issue has not resolved its worth getting a diagnosis from an ophthalmologist. On rare occasions there are other problems that look like this but are far more serious.View Thread
Generally, most people with central serious chorioretinopathy will improve with no treatment.
In other types of conditions which cause retinal swelling such as after cataract surgery, non-steroidal antiinflammatory drops such as Nevanac are used. However, this is not a usual treatment for central serous chorioretinopathy.View Thread
The approach to dry eye in this situation (after LASIK) is pretty much the same as for dry eye in general.
If dry eyes are relieved by the use of a artificial tears a few times a day, the following measures can be taken.
1. Change to preservative free artificial tears if using more than a few times a day. 2. Make sure that you are NOT taking oral antihistamines for your allergies - these will dry out your eyes. 3. Full oral dose of daily high quality Omega-3 if you don't have a medical reason not to. 4. Restasis can be continued. 5. Punctal blocking plugs can be inserted by your ophthalmologist. 6. Your primary doctor can check for Sjogren's syndrome which might be an underlying cause for dry eyes.View Thread
I do not see many children in my practice (we have four pediatric ophthalmologists in our group) but it does appear that you have taken the exactly correct steps to make sure that the excessive blinking is not the sign of a major problem.
It is very likely that all consultations will show no abnormality and that the blinking will gradually go away.View Thread