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    Dr Arun K Mishra is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon in UK NHS since 1972. He has also been a visiting ophthalmologist in India (Motihari) for 2 months every year since 1989.

Questions Answered by me

Do you mean -2.50 and -2.60 in which case normal glasses or contact lenses should help. If you mean -25.00 and 26.00 then it would be possible to...

Answered on : 11 Jun 2008

This seems that you may be suffering from migraine which may or may not be associated with headaches or pins & needles feeling in one side of...

Answered on : 09 Jun 2008

Visual impairment simply means poor vision. The degree may vary and visual impairment of less than 6/36 is severe enough to register as partially...

Answered on : 04 Jun 2008

If you have squint, you should have it operated on to correct it at any age and this should correct it cosmetically, however, it is likely that...

Answered on : 02 Jun 2008

This much power is not enough to consider refractive surgery or LASIK. As the computer generates heat, it causes dry eyes and tiredness. You...

Answered on : 02 Jun 2008

This does not affect the eye or vision as such and is caused by rubbing the eyes when tired or strain due to over work and/or not wearing proper...

Answered on : 02 Jun 2008

OCT stands for Ocular Coherence Tomography. This is mainly used for examining the thickness of retina. In some diseases, retina in the back of the...

Answered on : 28 May 2008

Even if the tear production test is normal, your tears are evaporating quickly specially on exposure to wind or when you are sitting in front of...

Answered on : 19 May 2008

Wearing this much power should make you see things clearly and without eye strain. If you can manage to see whatever you need to see and without...

Answered on : 17 May 2008

There is no harm in using your eyes for TV or computer for a long time except for tiredness but swelling of the eyes may just be due to allergy or...

Answered on : 17 May 2008
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