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Soft contact lenses


For those who wear soft contact lens !

 You should be aware that the following problems

may occurs: 

  -Eye stinging, burning, itching (irritation) or eye pain

  -Abnormal feeling of something in the eye ( foreign

   body, scatched eye )

  -Excessive watery ( tearing ) of the eyes.

  -Redness of the eye

  -Blurred vision

  -Sensitivity to light ( Photophobia )

  -Dry eye

If you notice any of the above systoms,

immediately remove your lenses


It is important to remember that some contact lens

related eye infection can cause serious vision loss

even blindness.  

*Eyes are red, painful, swollen and produce discharge.

 If you experience any of these symptoms, stop wear

lens immediately and consult your eye doctor. These

could be sign of a serious problem.


Bell's Palsy

Bell's Palsy

- Bell's palsy is a temporary weakness or paralysis of

the facical nerve knows as the seventh carnial nerve.

The nerve controls facial expressions, eyelid movement

andthe muscles of the forehead and neck.

- Bell's palsy usually occurs suddenly affecting the

greater part of one side of the face.

How does Bell's Palsy affect eyes?

-Most people with Bell's palsy are unable to blink on

the affected side of the affectedside of the face.

At the same time, the lower eyelid may turn outward

( ectropion ).

-The face and lips on the affected side because droopy,

and you have little or no control over their muscle that

opens the eye is controlled by a separate cranial nerve,

you can easily open the affected eye.But unfortunately

you are unable to close the eyelid.

Bell's Palsy treatment & Recovery

-Treatment for the bell's palsy usually includes generous

use of occular lubricants,such as non-preserved artificial

tears and eye oilments. Many people require the eyelid to

be patched or taped shut while sleeping, to keep it moist.

If you develop an outnardly turned eyelid, you may need

surgery to repair it.



Layer of the RETINA

The retina at the back of the eye is essential for all vision.

Each layer of cells in the tissue serves a specific purpose.



What is hyphema ?

- is a pooling or collection of blood inside the duterior chamber of eye

( the space between the cornea and the iris ). The blood may cover most

and all of the iris and pupil. Blocking vision partially or completely.

A hyphema is usually painful. If left untreated, it can cause

permanent vison problems.

What are the symsptoms of a hyphema ?

- visible blood in the front of thr eye.

-senstivity to light


-blurry, clouded / blocked vision

-blood might not be visible of the hyphem is small

A hyphema can aslo be caused by :

-abnormal blood vessels on the surface of the iris

-eye inflection caused by the helps virus

-blood clotting problems such as

 Hemophilia and sickle cell anemia

-intraocular lens problems ( artifical lens implants )

- cancer of the eyes.


Diabetes Eye Problems

Two other eye problems can happen

to people with diabetes !

-A cataract is a cloud over the lens of your eye.

Surgery helps you see clearly again.

-Glaucoma happens when pressure builds up in the eye,

damaging the main nerve. Eye drop or surgery can help.

If you have diabetes, you should have a complete

eye exam every year.

Find & Treat problems early may save your vision !

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