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 Is there some natural liquid solution for dry eyes?
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 Why is it that when you squint your eyes you can see clearer?

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some of you said i need glasses... i know :D
i have some and contacts but i just took then out awhile ago and i just couldnt see anything! (overly dramatic ...


 Help! I think something's wrong with my eye? ?
For the past 3 days i've been getting noticing this weird problem with my right eye.

At School, the top eyelid of my right eye would continuously "vibrate" or do something ...


 Does laser eye surgery hurt?
I'm thinking of having it done, but am EXTREMELY squeamish (faint when have a blood test). Does the procedure hurt?...


 why does my vision go funny?
not all the time but more frequently, my vision goes funny, i don't know how to describe it, like shiny affect, it starts in the centre of my vision the spreads to my Peripheral vision, then ...


 what should i say to my parents?
i think i might need glasses but i dont really want to ask my parents.
I have been getting headaches while reading. what does this mean. i think it means i need glasses. I have a headache ...


 my eyes are perfect. I want to put spectacles on it. tell me how to harm my eyes?
My friends are wearing spacks on their eyes. they are less intellgent than me but they are looking more intellegent than me . I am topper od my class....


 I have blue eyes,white skin, my partner has hazel/green eyes sallow skin. What eye colour will my baby have?
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 Does lying effect size of eye pupil?
Okay...

So i was doing a science project and i decided that i wanted to be about human phyics or antanomy.

so i decied "Does lying effect size of eye pupil"

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 Could there be something wrong with my eyes?
For aslong as i can remember, my eyes water if i'm just walking down the street and i squint even if it's not sunny, even indoors i sometimes still squint. People think i'm giving them ...


 Contacts................................…
I am 12 and I want to start wearing contacts, but my mom says that i am 2 young. My glasses are just getting in they way of everything and i play sports. Am i 2 young?...


 what will happen if I cry while my contacts are in?
So i'm a first time contact wearer and i was just wondering what would happen if i cry while my contacts are in...i get into fights with my parents or even friends often that make me upset so i&#...


 What is wrong with sleeping with your contacts in?
I ran out of my daily contacts a few weeks ago. I have been sleeping with my last pair in waiting for my new ones to get here. I sleep with them in. My mom says I'll go blind. LOL...


 Any way i can look at a computer screen without hurting my eyes?
If i look through it with a mirror would it help (er, two mirrors, so it's not reversed)? Is there anything else i could do to avoid directly looking into the light?...


 Is it bad to wear contacts if you don't need them?
Like if you wear contacts without any vision changing stuff.

Thanks,

Angie :)...


 men, what's your favorite eye color on a girl cause im gonna get colored contacts and i have hazel eyes now?
:) be honest too ...


 Please help very urgent!! PROBLEM WITH EYE..?
something is wrong with my sisters eye..
like theres extra sclera i think its called.. theres more sclera in one eye than the other and her veins around that area are very dark red and more ...


 iS iT P0SSiBLE T0 SWALL0W YHHUR 0WN T0UNGE?!?
Like Seriously?!
Like Stick It Down Yhhur Own throat?!...


 I'm 14, is it okay to start wearing contacts?
I hate wearing glasses. Is it okay if i start wearing contacts now? Am i too young? Will it do any harm to my eyes? Thanks in advance. =D...


 how to i remove an eyelash from my eye !?
i can see it and its p*ssing me of :(!?


it hurts ...



****** are good
i can see a black dot when looking out of my left eye. it moves around depending on the direction i look.?
basicly it must be on the eye because it follows my direction of sight ? what is it and how do i get rid
                      








chachacha
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That black dot is the end of a vein in your eye. I have them also, and they move depending on where you're looking.

They are probably not removable, but if you'd like you can ask your eye doctor if you can get that vein removed. I doubt this procedure is possible and affective.

But, it's worth a try!


M.Z.S
try to wash your eye or may be rub it slowly or close it for a little while.


iknowthesecret
When did this start? I am a board certified optitian and from my experience I can tell you that you need to go in and get checked out...immediately...TODAY, go now, what are you waiting for? Most offices are open on saturdays and don't just call and say can I have an aapointment, call and tell them exactly what you are experiencing and if they won't squeeze you in keep calling around till you find someone who will.


mammy
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Contact nhs 24, but when it happens to me, it is either the start of a migrane or debrise from the back of the eye (harmless).


PropReno
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You've got something stuck to your eye lens.
Go to an optician to get it removed.
I've had to do this many times.
If you wait, it might do some real damage..


racysilver (n.a.t.a.f.)
It's called a floater. Can be high/low blood pressure.


Lard Bucket
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it is when the blood vessels in the eye swell up (it happens when you get older) not sure what it is called but it casts a shadow onto your retina and causes you to see the dots. See an optomotrist for treatment

p.s. its not serious


Steven A
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These are called Floaters, and have several causes. They include slight eye trauma, causing small areas of scar tissue in the region of the Cornea, healed over foreign matter on the direct surface of the corneal area of the eye, and sometimes slight disparities in the vitreous material filling the eye itself. If it is caused by a healed over speck of a foreign material , it could be remedied with laser treatment or even physical and a precise surgical procedure. The Corneal tissue heals unbelievably fast in the normal and healthy eye, so this appeals to you as a possibility, have it looked into by your favorite Ophthalmologist, and they will let you know if it is indeed something which could be addressed.


~Volcom~
I think I know what you're talking about.Its like a small brown dot that seems to like float around your field of vision,and somtimes hard to focus on it.Im not sure what it is though interesting I always ignored it cant wait to see an answer


cass93
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I think there called floaters!
you should probably go to an optician!


Ben
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i kind of have that 2, i see a very small black dot(not sure which eye) but i have 2 follow( it seems to go down and 2 the right) it or it goes away, not sure how to get rid of it.


Guillem T
Go asap to an experienced oculist; he will tell you.


princeidoc
the winner is "jared" with his answer of vitreous floaters:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floater


justNangel
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How long have you been noticing it for? i have what is known as a floater which is dead cells or something floating about which are constantly there its nothing to worry about more annoying than anything as i can see them all the time they sometimes appear like black dots other times abit blurry if its new to you see how you go and if you feel unwell seek medical advise otherwise see how you go


Jared
Most likely a floater -- technically a piece of the vitreous fluid 'floating' in your eye.

Harmless, a bit annoying, and happens to most everyone to some degree as we/they age.

Go see an eye doctor if you are worried.


izzy
Floaters. they are usually of no concern...
Floaters are small pieces of debris that ‘float’ in the vitreous humour of the eye. They occur behind the lens (the transparent window through which light enters the eye), and in front of the retina (the light sensitive tissue that lines the back of the eye).

Vitreous humour is a clear, jelly-like substance that fills the space in the middle of the eyeball. It is 99% water and 1% substances that help to maintain the shape of the vitreous.

I have one in my left eye, keep thinking there is a fly in the room!


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