Nearsightedness And Cylindrical Treatment?
sorry… if your eyes are already cylindrical zg right 1.75 and left 1 is high or not already high or not?… and also right and left myopia 6.. how do you treat za`?… anticipate so that it doesn’t ride?
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Normally, the shape of the cornea is spherical, i.e. perfectly round. Astigmatism (cylindrical) occurs when the shape of your cornea is irregular. As a result, astigmatism can make the sufferer unable to clearly see the image of the incoming object (usually it becomes shaded, tilted, or blurry).
Astigmatism is categorized into 4, namely mild (less than 1.00 diopters), moderate (1.00 to 2.00 diopters), high (2.00 to 4.00 diopters), and extreme (more than 4.00 diopters). So, your condition is actually still classified as moderate, not high.
However, because your complaint occurs at the same time as myopia (nearsightedness), then the complaint can feel worse. This can make you experience limitations in activities due to constrained vision problems.
Unfortunately, until now there is no other way to cure astigmatism and myopia except through surgery. Therefore, you should immediately consult an ophthalmologist for further treatment. If you intend to undergo surgery, the doctor will evaluate whether you are the right candidate or not.
In addition to surgery, astigmatism and myopia can also be corrected (not treated) with the use of special glasses. The choice of these glasses should ideally be done directly by discussing with an ophthalmologist. With the right glasses, you can carry out normal activities without visual problems, and eye refraction disorders can be prevented from getting worse.
Currently, in addition to wearing glasses, so that your refractive error does not get worse, you should avoid reading too close, especially in poor lighting conditions. Make sure you eat healthy and nutritious foods, especially those that contain lots of vitamin A. Avoid staring at gadgets for too long (try a maximum of 2 hours per day).
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah