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 At what age is a teenager ready for laser eye surgery?

 Hi, Does inserting eye drops hurt?
My daughter has been given CROMOLUX 2% to relieve her itchy eyes. But she is refusing to use them because she thinks that eye drops hurt. Having never used them before, please help!

 What color eyes will my baby have? My eyes are light brown, my bf's are blue/green.?

 how do you fall asleep???
well Ive always wanted to know I mean you close your eyes and bam! your asleep! how?...

 What's your eye color?

 Can a 13 year old get contacts?

 What is your eye color?
mine is blue/...

 Why does everyone say contacts hurt?
My mom says contacts hurt, is she just lying so I won't get them? Also my friends say contacts hurt. Is this true or is their contacts noot in right, the wrong type of contacts,wrong ...

 Contact lense question?
I refuse to get glasses, so I will be getting contacts this week. My eyesight is 20/50 and 20/60. But I have alot of questions bout contacts! My mom has hard contacts (or gas permeable?) but after ...

 What's your eye color, and if you could change it would you?
Mine are chocolate brown, but I wish they were hazel-green what about yours? If you could change it would you, if so to what color....

 Is it okay to squint to see rather than wear glasses?
I have glasses but can improve my vision by squinting to see the clock, faces, the tv etc. I don't want to get dependent on wearing glasses so is there any reason why I shouldn't do ...

 For how long can you see when your eye is pulled out of your head?
When your eye is scooped out of your skull, hypothetically, like in fight or something, but your optical nerve is still connected, can you still see out of it?

If so, for how long?

 Can I get colored contacts if I don't have seeing problems?
Can I get colored contacts if I don't have seeing problems?...

 Eyes red from contact lenses?
Okay, so I've had contacts for about 4 months now and I'm using Acuvue 2 and they've been great. Now all of a sudden my eyes are starting to get red around the iris along the whites ...

 Can you wear contacts if you don't need them?
Can you wear contacts with perfect vision to change your eye color, or are there side effects to it?
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 is it true that if you keep your eyes open when you sneeze?
your eyeballs will pop out of your head?...

 How to stop laughing so much?
I laugh so much! i usually find things funnier than others. someone does something funny, everyone laughs for a while, then the laughter subsides. i'd still find it funny the next 5 minutes and ...

 my eyes go blank when i stand up?
sometimes when i get up from sitting down black starts its way from the outside of my eye and makes way inward it only lasts a few seconds but sometimes it goes completely blank and i cant see. but ...

 I cryed alot and now i cant cry!?!?!?
Yesterday and the night before i cried more then ive ever cried in my life, and now when ever i tried to cry my eyes just got wet and when i look in the miror the corners of my eyes look weird and ...

 eye color question just curious?
if i have browns eyes and my bf has blue eyes what color would our kid ...

Is it weird that one of my pupils is bigger than the other?
I've noticed for the past couple weeks or so that one of my pupils is bigger/more dilated than the other. It doesn't matter what light I'm in - it doesn't change (the other one reacts to light/dark). I'm not having any trouble seeing and it doesn't bother me and no one notices (it's not an insane difference), so I'm not considering seeking medical attention any time soon, but I just wondered if there was some possible explanation for it or if someone has had a similar experience. Tried googling but didn't really find what I was looking for. Thanks!

Claire Woods
no it is not weird it is because the lighting or a different thing

weird, i bet its nothin tho.

no. if you look at your body, nothing is the same size as the other. one hand is always bigger than the other, one foot is bigger than the other foot, and so on and so on. nothing to be really worried about, but if it becomes a significant difference than you should see a doctor.

Lemon H
no, i think every eye is different!


No if your worried see an optomatrist... not weird realy


not really

This happened to my friend, the optometrist said her eye was agitated, and there is really no thing you can do about it. It will last a couple months.

Live Your Life
nope i dnt think ppl would notice

Quit spending so much time looking in the mirror after you drop acid.

Just Chrissy
I would see your eye doctor for sure, It is not normal at all, especially since it just appeared. I would be concerned. Could be stroke, detached retina or something that's not too good for you.

spaghetti arms
these people are totally wrong when they say it's nothing to worry about. a very very slight difference in size is ok, but that's not the kind of difference you can see yourself. differing pupil size is one of the first things a doctor will check after you've had some kind of trauma to the head. it can be an indication of brain damage or serious injury. have you hit your head recently? go get it checked out please. this can be very serious.


If this is new, then I highly advise you to have it checked out. Pressure on the brain can cause one pupil to be larger than the other. I'm not trying to scare you, honestly, but it does happen. It happened several years ago to a good friend of mine. I took him to the hospital, as he also was acting confused. He had meningitis.
Yours may be nothing at all. Just have it checked for you own sake ok.
Good luck.

My friend got hit in the face with a baseball and that happened.



Hit the Trig-a-Lig
*******************THESE PEOPLE DONT KNOW WHAT THEY'RE TALKING ABOUT********************
Take it from an M.D. (i'm an ER doc)
you NEED to get this checked out.

it could be Adie's Syndrome http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adie_syndrome

but sometimes it is really serious, a sign of early Multiple Schlorosis

definitely get it checked out.

it might be worth seeing an eye doctor just to make sure. it means that the muscles in one of your eyes isn't restricting the pupil the way it should be.

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