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    Dr MS Ravindra is a consultant ophthalmologist at the Karthik Netralaya, Bangalore.

Questions Answered by me

Decrease in blood supply to retina is a serious illness, and may need repeated follow-ups and treatment more than what you are on now. Did you get...

Answered on : 10 Sep 2009

Today there are several kinds of corneal grafting. The answer depends upon which type you are undergoing. If it is DALK, it is very safe to...

Answered on : 04 Jul 2009

This is called clear lens extraction. In your age group, many would have undergone cataract surgery, and the procedure and results will be like...

Answered on : 29 Jun 2009

One of the drops that you are using has steroid, which you should be careful about, and should not use without a doctor's prescription. Give cold...

Answered on : 14 Jun 2009

You need to find out what is the cause of opacity. Is there any other problem along with this? You can get cornea grafting done till the age of 5...

Answered on : 11 Jun 2009

There is a group of conditions called Duane's retraction syndrome, which fits into what you are describing. Do see an eye surgeon, and he will...

Answered on : 02 Apr 2009

There is no single answer. Indeed, any thickness can be handled, provided you don't have Keratoconus. The best machine to diagnose is Pentacam,...

Answered on : 02 Apr 2009

The child may have blockage of naso-lacrimal duct, which indeed is a delayed opening of the tube. You can wait till 6 months before any surgical...

Answered on : 01 Apr 2009

Negative power means you have myopia or short-sight. Ask the doctor to check your retina and intra-ocular pressure (IOP), and if they are normal...

Answered on : 30 Mar 2009

The worst thing you could do for your cornea is ILasik. This takes a flap of thickness about 70 to 80 microns, which after repositioning will not...

Answered on : 12 Mar 2009
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