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Blurry Vision by Lesa Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:22pm Now I am dealing with blurred vision. What next I ask?? Started last night. My pupils seem extra dilated too. What the heck?? Going to tak a nap and see if it will disappear while I am sleeping! Never had a problem with my vision before. Veddy Strange! (Hey! Before I forget. If anyone has to have surgery wi ... Read on »
Blurry Vision by Romelette L. Patient Expert Posted Sat 21 May 2011 10:19pm I am a bit worried with what is happening with my eyesight. I think my vision is going on a downhill. I got espisodes of headaches and my right eye always seems to have some dirt on it. The cataract is beginning to disturb me. And when we go out and eat, I barely can read the menu. Urgh! I was telling the husband I dread another operation. I do ... Read on »
Blurry Vision by Erinn .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 6:38pm "It is such a beautiful day again today", I thought as I drove past the familiar buildings. I was on my way home after running a few errands and I was tired, but better yet would be that the kids are tired, I thought. I checked my rear view mirror. "Yes! One down one to go." I made a left turn and I heard it, the familiar, distinctive ... Read on »
Blurry vision by elizabeth Posted Mon 03 Dec 2012 1:29pm A rivulet of water runs down the tiny metal awning over the door outside my bedroom and washes down the steps. I heard it from my bed during the night, off and on, as I slept, but I never saw it. I reached up to adjust the shower head, make it stronger, a rivulet of water snaked down my arm, traced a vein, and without contacts, I tho ... Read on »
Looking into the Eye - MS and Vision by stuart Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:20pm If you've ever had double or blurred vision, eye pain or any visual limitations, you're not alone. Up to 80% of people living with relapsing MS have, or have experienced vision difficulties.1In fact, a vision problem is often one of the first symptoms of relapsing MS. Read on to learn more about MS and vision. Why does MS Affect My ... Read on »
4 diseases doctors could get wrong by VidyaSury Facebook Posted Fri 15 Oct 2010 12:00am Sometimes even the best doctors miss the mark.  About 40 percent of all mistakes that M.D.s make are misdiagnoses, says the National Patient Safety Foundation. That's because many ailments have similar symptoms or can be detected only with tests that your physician might consider unnecessary if he's confident in his verdict. If you're in th ... Read on »
5.8 to 1.4 in 0.6 Seconds! by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted Fri 05 Jun 2009 5:06pm    In the world of Diabetes, I am race car driver Jacques Villeneuve on oh so many levels!    I have a need for speed (ironically, I drive a 4-banger with 1300 measly little cc's - uggg - but man what I can do with those 1300 mice!). Every day I keep my foot heavy on the gas pedal while driving home, speakers blasting and bass vibrating thro ... Read on »
What Are the Warning Signs of Diabetes Type 2 – Learn These And Be Safe by Varadharajan R Posted Fri 30 Apr 2010 10:09am Juvenile diabetes which is otherwise known as type 1 diabetes has its onset in childhood or early adolescence. In spite of prescription medication there seems no permanent cure for juvenile diabetes. Diabetes is somewhat a different disorder of the body that has to be treated throughout the whole life span. Type 1 diabetes is indeed a severe co ... Read on »
CooperVision Recalls 600,000 Avaira Toric Contact Lenses by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 13 Oct 2011 3:23am The lens of the recalled contacts have a presence of residue and that is the reason for the recall.  The web page has an area to where you can enter your lot number to see if you have one of the recalled sets.  8 million lenses are being recalled but only 600,00 were sold in the US.  BD WASHINGTON — One of the nation’s largest eye ca ... Read on »
Life-saving 911 call costs $17.88! by Stephanie C. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 2:42pm For forty years, Americans have depended on the emergency telephone number, 911, as an essential public service. It’s always been free. But with increased use of cell phones and the need to update systems the financial pressures placed on local emergency communication centers have been tremendous – and increasingly expensive. The city of Ven ... Read on »