Complaints In The Eyes, Farsightedness And Glare Can It Be Cured?
Tonight doctor, my name is mokho, I have a complaint with my eyes. I can’t see anything when exposed to light like motorcycle lights at night. all I see is a dazzling white light … If during the daytime also my eyes are blurred and the vision is not clear when I am outside the room with bright sunlight. Even seeing the cellphone screen was invisible. I can only see if I wear sunglasses when it is daytime. I checked with an eye doctor and the doctor said there were symptoms of cataracts. He gave drops and suggested wearing glasses. But that doesn’t help skali. My eyes are still dazzled and run away at dusk. What exactly have I experienced? Can it be cured? Is there a medicine that I can take or use? Paint: I have been taking methilrednisolone for a long time … is that one of the causes? Please enlighten me, doctor. Thank you …
Good morning Mokho, thank you for asking on HealthReplies.com. The condition where someone easily feels dazzled, headaches or uncomfortable when looking at a place with bright lighting, is called the condition of photophobia. Photophobia or light-sensitive state is not a particular disease, but only symptoms that are not unlike coughing, sneezing, diarrhea and stomach pain. So, there must be certain medical conditions that underlie why a person can experience photophobia, including:
Side headache or migraine Uveitis or inflammation of the middle lining of the eye Dry eye Cataracts Iritis or inflammation of the iris which is psychological disorders, such as depression, bipolar disorder and panic attacks
And actually there are many other reasons, depending on how the results of your history and physical examination yourself. Most of these conditions can be treated, but handling it must be based on the original disease. Handling of cataracts is clearly different from treating dry eyes. Then regarding drugs, indeed some drugs can cause this condition, but the medicine you take is not one of them.
So in your case, your first step to get yourself checked by an eye doctor is right. However, if your complaint does not improve, you must return to the same ophthalmologist for an evaluation of your condition. Your doctor will later rethink the treatment that is right for you, then if it still doesn't improve, you come back again for evaluation, and so on. Even if you want another opinion, you can seek a second opinion from an ophthalmologist at another hospital. What is clear, the examination is absolutely done to find out why, and through this forum, we can only help so far.
Meanwhile, the easiest treatment of the symptoms of photophobia indeed is to use special glasses that make the view not too bright. In extreme cases, it may be possible to make special contact lenses to limit the amount of light entering and make the eyes more comfortable. So, hopefully answering your question.