Migraine With Cylinder Eyes?
Good evening, I am 23 years old, the last few months I have had a head on my right. I like migraines after looking at my cellphone screen, or when I look at a distant object for a long time, the migraine really hurts, and after I check it turns out that my right eye is pure slindris he said, what is pure slindris? And if for the therapy using eye glasses, can it be cured or reduced? Thank you
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We understand the discomfort you feel.
Abnormalities that you experience associated with refractive disorders in the eye is astigmatism or cylindrical eyes.
Cylinder / astigmatism is a refractive disorder caused by differences in corneal curvature, so that the light entering the eye is uneven and gives rise to a shadowy or blurred vision.
Pure cylinders can also be called astigmatism without the findings of other refractive disorders such as eye minus (nearsightedness / myopia) and farsightedness.
In astigmatism / cylinder, the best treatment is to provide cylindrical glasses to correct images that are captured by the retina. The visual impairment can be corrected with a cylindrical lens in accordance with the axis or degree of corneal convexity that is problematic.
Handling of the cylindrical eye requires an axis in degrees so that parts of the cornea that have different curvature can be corrected properly through the appropriate tilt angle. Determination of the degree of magnitude of the axis of astigmatism is done by the method of arc drawing during eye examination, which is a row of black lines resembling a fan with units of 0 ° to 180 °.
Axis measurements can differ depending on the method of measurement either through subjective (eye examination directly by the patient) or objective (through the tool). Glasses that are less comfortable can be caused by an incorrect axis, the magnitude of the correction being less precise (for example a lens with a minus that is too high or lacking) and can also be caused by the process of eye adaptation to the use of a newly used lens.
The use of glasses can not cure but only helps correct vision problems (from what initially appears blurred to clearly visible) and helps reduce symptoms caused by refractive abnormalities experienced.
Use glasses that match the degree of abnormality in your eye's refraction routinely. Eliminating refractive disorders can only be done with medical procedures from an eye specialist.
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