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First step find a pediatric ophthalmologist at www.aapos.org and get him fully examined including pupil dilation. DO...
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The vast majority of patients with a cup-to-disc ratio > 0.5 are perfectly fine. The C:D ratio is affected by race (...
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You don't provide enough information about your symptoms. The major questions are whether these black holes are never...
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If a doctor has prescribed acyclovir then evidently someone who has actually examined you feels that your episodes of...
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I doubt it is the medication. Medication side effects generally affect both eyes, although sometimes unevenly. This...
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It sounds like the venous drainage of blood from the surface of the eye and the lower eye lid is compromised somehow....
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Are you in the US? Because the IOL technology to treat you is definitely available in the US. ALSO do NOT HAVE MO...
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You are giving a great description of a condition called monofixation (sometimes also called microstrabismus), which ...
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This is common in some people and depends on how much fluid shifts in your body as you sleep and how loose the skin i...
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If you hit his eye hard enough that it caused his lids to swell or droop, you may have also caused internal inflammat...
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