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Good morning, I would like to ask two questions. On the one hand: can taking ibuprofen make dry eye worse in any way (meibomian or tear glands)? I always take it during menstruation period, but I wonder if it can harm me or ...
Hello and thank you for sending us your ophthalmology consultation. In response to your query, there is currently no proven evidence that ibuprofen affects dry eye. Regarding your question about Thermaeye, as a general rule there are 3 sessions, but after the first diagnostic visit, having collected all the information in each case, this is when (Read more)
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I put topical alcoderm ointment in my eye and my eyelid fell off. The ointment contains gentamicin betamethazone idohydroxychloroquine. What can I do? Is it dangerous? Thanks a lot.
Dear, In answer to your question it may be a trivial irritation or a keratitis, you should not be alarmed but given the chemical components of the product I suggest you go for a visit with your trusted ophthalmologist. If you do not have one, we urge you to go to our center where we have the professionals (Read more)
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Good morning, My 9-year-old daughter has been suffering from what we believe is allergic conjunctivitis (thus diagnosed by an ophthalmologist). It always happens from spring to the end of summer, the rest of the year nothing. Which seems very strange to us ...
Dear Borja, In response to your question, I can tell you that the obstructions of the lacrimal duct in children are more frequent of the congenital type that manifest themselves in the first months of life and they may resolve spontaneously or need a surgical procedure if necessary. . In the case of your girl by (Read more)
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I have had recurrent internal styes, and a chalazion remains when the infection is cleared with antibiotics. I wonder: Can the ThermaEye treatment be done if I have a (relatively small) chalazion? I've read that pulsed light can help ...
Hello and thank you for sending us your comment, The IPL treatment with Thermaeye Plus can be performed in patients with active styes or with chalacion resulting from the encystment of the stye. In fact, one of the indications for Thermaeye Plus is the stye, since it is an inflammatory-infectious process of the glands of (Read more)
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Hi! 4 months ago I operated on a chalazion in my right eye and I have a small lump. I have never had a smooth eyelid, which happened to me when I had surgery on another chalazion that I had in my left eye. The ophthalmologist tells me that ...
Dear Ana Gomez, In response to your concern, after chalazion surgery there may be a slight 'lump' in the area, which will disappear over time as explained by your ophthalmologist, it will depend in part on how large the chalazion was before intervention or previous evolution time, since for (Read more)
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I am 23 years old and I use the mobile phone a lot. Before I could say that I had excellent vision but for a year I have noticed some deterioration of my vision, for example I can no longer see television clearly or recognize faces at long distances ...
Hello and thank you for sending your question to our ophthalmology forum. In response to your query, I can tell you that abuse of the mobile or computer can lead to fatigue or visual fatigue. The ideal would be to schedule a visit with your trusted ophthalmologist to assess through eye tests if what you need are (Read more)
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I have been feeling gritty in my eyes for a month, but this only happens when I sleep. In the morning, the right eye is extremely red and the sensation is uncomfortable and painful. I have seen an ophthalmologist and first they sent me dexamethasone, ...
Hello and thank you for sending us your question about ophthalmology. In response to your query, the sensation of grit, preferably at night, could correspond to a sign of dry eyes. We recommend that you consult with a specialist in ocular surface and dry eye because of the history that he reports, since, in some patients, it is necessary to go (Read more)
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Good morning un A year ago I burned my eyes in the sun because I was not wearing sunglasses. After going to a visit with the doctor, he prescribed some drops that helped me very quickly and I had no problem, until summer came. Every time I pass ...
17/06/2020 22:01
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Hello, I have blepharitis and I had a chalazion in the eye two days ago (I already had one in the other eye years ago, which fortunately did not come out again). The ophthalmologist has told me to live a normal life (he has only given me an anti-inflammatory ointment ...
30/05/2020 01:14
Thank you very much for your reply! Cheers!
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Good morning, I have had the pulsed light treatment for blepharitis and it has been great. My question is, once the 3-session treatment has been carried out and a year has passed without symptoms, if you wanted to resume the maintenance treatment, how many would ...
Dear Maria, We are happy to know that you trusted us to improve your blepharitis problem and that, with the IPL Thermaeye Plus pulsed light treatment that we perform, you have noticed an improvement in your discomfort. Yours is a frequent question that patients ask us in consultations. Certainly, after a while it is advisable to carry out (Read more)
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Good morning, I have had the pulsed light treatment to treat blepharitis and it is coming in great. My question is, once the 3 treatment sessions have been completed, how many sessions are necessary for maintenance in the event that ...
Hello and thank you for submitting your ophthalmology question to our forum. Blepharitis is a chronic disease so, in some cases, it can recur over time. Its most frequent symptoms are the sensation of grit, burning, irritated eyes, itching, the appearance of dandruff or crusts at the base of the eyelashes, among others ... (Read more)
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After many days with "stinging", I have sometimes felt like a "prick", photophobia, some mornings I wake up with a small whitish back and my eye a little red (but after a while it passes). First they tell me that it is allergic conjunctivitis, and des ...
Hello and thank you for submitting your question about ophthalmology to our forum. The symptoms that you refer, indeed, seem like typical symptoms of dry eye and blepharitis, which, as you clarify, is a chronic process. The treatments that are given in these cases are symptomatic treatments, to relieve symptoms. Among them we can prescribe something more innocuous like artificial tear (Read more)
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42882 IPL laser
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If this laser is applied only below the lower eyelids and must act only a few millimeters into the skin. I understand that its action is only superficial, that it has no action on what is covered by the protective glasses ...
Hello and thank you for submitting your question about ophthalmology to our forum. The question is absolutely logical and I asked myself this the first time. Currently we know that the action of IPL (Intensive PulsedLight) is not so much on the surface as in depth and is not limited to the contact area of ​​the piece (Read more)
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I understand that vasoconstrictors are not recommended, and even less if you have dry eyes. Among other adverse effects is neurotoxicity and dry eye. I would never think of buying those that are sold in pharmacies without a prescription. However ...
Hello and thank you for submitting your question about ophthalmology to our forum. Vasoconstrictors have multiple uses in ophthalmology but it is not recommended to use them routinely, basically because they have a "rebound" effect, that is, if you apply them to whiten your eyes, when their effect ends, a vasodilation appears that causes a more (Read more)
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42885 Toxicity
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For a possible corneal erosion that in a few days would improve, they send me an ointment. It was fine at first, but later it had discomfort such as stinging, burning or itching and dryness. So new treatments followed, always prescribed by an ophthalmol ...
Hello and thank you for submitting your question to our ophthalmology forum. It is true that there may be hypersensitivity or intolerance to certain drugs, but when they are withdrawn, the ocular surface can be regenerated. In your case, the table you refer needs an ophthalmological review in greater detail to be able to assess it. We recommend you (Read more)
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I have read that contact lenses numb the cornea, which produces dry eye. They can also produce corneal edema, photophobia, keratitis, ... Do these pathologies remit when you stop using contact lenses or are they irreversible? Besides, his...
Hello and thank you for submitting your question about ophthalmology to our forum. It must be taken into account that contact lenses are still a foreign body in contact mainly with the cornea, therefore it can promote erosions, corneal ulcers, etc. Also, as a chronic effect, the continued support of the lens (Read more)
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The contact lenses accumulate, over the hours in our eyes, lipid deposits, dirt from the air, ... These are in permanent contact with the cornea and the eyelids. What does this usually provoke? What is the relationship between ...
Hello and thank you for submitting your question to our ophthalmology forum. The use of contact lenses under good control with the contactologist does not have to give any kind of problem. The continued use of contact lenses and the abuse in predisposed people can cause papillary conjunctivitis and intolerance to use (Read more)
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For more than a month I have had a little bit like a grain on my eyelid. It is very small and almost does not hurt but it does not go away. Attached a photo Could you help me? Thank you
Hello and thank you for sending your question to the ophthalmology forum. From the appearance of the photo it looks like a retention cyst, the good news is that it is not malignant, although it can grow. To eliminate it, an excision of the cyst can be performed. It is a simple and outpatient surgery. In any case, it should not be emptied because if (Read more)
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Hello good day. I have come across this forum on ophthalmology and I would like to ask something basic. What are the reasons why I can get conjunctivitis? Is it related to the strength of my immune system? Can it be prevented? Many G...
Hello and thank you for sending us your question about ophthalmology. The causes for which you can get conjunctivitis are varied, as are the different types of conjunctivitis. We can find different causes in the different types of conjunctivitis, such as allergy, irritant, infectious both of viral and bacterial origin. Generally the (Read more)
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Hi, I have had an abnormality in the staircase and I would like to share it with you because it worries me a lot. In the right eye, in the area closest to the nose, in the obituary I have seen redness due to a size abnormality ...
Dear Sergio, From what you explain, it seems that it is a benign lesion, what we know as Pinguecula. They are accumulations of fat and inflammatory cells. They have a tendency to inflammation and therefore may appear more reddish in color, depending on the day. It must be controlled by an ophthalmologist and it becomes larger or (Read more)
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