The Outer Half Of The Right Eye Cannot See?
Hello. I want to ask, why is it that my right eye is only half able to see (inside) and the other half cannot see (outside)? Been to a specialist and the results are all normal. Normal brain, normal retina. Is there a problem with the nerves at the back of the eyeball (mocula)? Or because my blood fat and cholesterol are high. Please answer, thank you.
Some parts of the eye cannot see it needs to be examined carefully, you can check with an ophthalmologist first to find out if there is a disturbance in the eye or the eyeball or not. Some of the possible causes that can cause partial eye symptoms:
visual field disorders in the eye neurological disorders in the eye are usually often due to direct trauma to the eye organ infection in the cataract eye, namely a clouding disorder in the eye lens Glaucoma, which is an increase in eye pressure. examination of your eyes as well, if a series of examinations that have been carried out by an ophthalmologist says that it is normal or there is no disturbance in your eye then you can try further checking yourself to a neurologist to check whether there is a possibility of interference with the innervation of the eye or other parts of the nerve, or is there inflammation of the eye nerve (optic neuritis), or is there a problem with the blood vessels that supply the retina of the eye, etc. Some things you need to pay attention to:
Do not rub your eyes, avoid too long in front of a computer screen or TV or cellphone without pausing, your eyes need time to rest, consume lots of foods that contain vitamin A such as vegetables and fruit, get enough rest. The following articles you can read about optic neuritis, retinal disorders, eyes lazy
hopefully useful, thank you