Could my eyedrops be the reason why my eyelashes are almost always falling out?
I have maintainance for my eyes. Eyedrops for anti-glaucoma: alphagan P, trusopt, lumigan.
Asked by Tamela Guglielmina 4 months ago.
Unless your doing anything else to your eyes besides using eye drops on them, then its the eye drops. Answered by Meaghan Wedekind 4 months ago.
Yes it could be the reason that why it falling out all the time. Answered by Chanda Swanger 4 months ago.
eyelashes fall out very frequently and re-grow all the time.. eyedrops have nothin to do with that.. Answered by Monet Lawther 4 months ago.
That could very well play a factor in your problem. Talk to your doctor! Answered by Delpha Swearengen 4 months ago.
yes they could. um u might wanna see a dr to double check and to get something about that Answered by Eloy Aull 4 months ago.
of course and perhaps rubbing them alot Answered by Corey Obeid 4 months ago.
omg yes. get another brand of eye drops please Answered by Miss Gentery 4 months ago.
What causes glaucoma?
I have early signs of glaucoma. I take alphagan (P) eye drops 3 times a day to keep my pressure down.
Asked by Emerson Kehr 4 months ago.
Well, there are no obvious clinical signs of glaucoma (at least in the early stages). The only test to determine if you have glaucoma is at the eye doctor. Glaucoma is a disease of the eye caused by increased pressure from various factors such as age or disease. I was diagnosed with glaucoma at age 30 caused by a malformation of the eyeball (due to my bad vision) causing the iris to slough off, therefore clogging the drain in the eyeball. When this drain becomes blocked, the pressure rises, causing glaucoma. I had laser surgery for the iris sloughing and use eyedrops. Answered by Yasmine Bobak 4 months ago.
Help my eyes hurt I need help now?
Ok I already saw the nurses and doctor. They see nothing wrong with my eyes. So what's wrong with my eyes? Every time I use my eyes they start to hurt. And every time I read long they hurt. Is it my eye muscle? I need your help. I need to know what's wrong with them. Help.
Asked by Adan Weisgerber 4 months ago.
Are you taking any of these drugs? * Adrenaline eye drops * AK-Dex * AK-Pred * Alphagan * Alphagan P * Alpidine * Alpraclonidine Hydrochloride * Alrex * Antabuse * Antispas * Apoven * ApraClonidine tablets * Atapryl * Atrobel Forte * Atropine Sulphate * Atrovent * Azopt * Bemote * Bentyl * Brimonidine * Byclomine * Caramiphen and Phenylpropanolamine * Carbex * Celexa * Combivent * Contac Cold Capsules * Cosopt * Dalmane * Decadron * Di-Spaz * Dibent * Dicyclomine * Dicyclomine Hydrochloride * Disulfiriam * Donnalix Infant Drops * Econopred * Econopred Plus * Eldepryl * Enidin * Estazolam * Etabonate * Flarex * Flecainide * Flecatab * Flomax * Flumadine * Fluor-Op * Fluorometholone * Flurazepam * FML * FML Forte * FML-S * Framycetin * Gefitinib * HMS * Iopidine * Ipratrin * Ipratropium - inhalation * Ipratropium Bromide * Ipravent * Iressa * L-Deprenyl * Levocabastine * Lexapro * Livostin * Lotemax * Luvox * Maxidex * Merbentyl * Minims * Neoquess * Ocuflox - Temporary eye pain * Ofloxacin - Temporary eye pain * Optivar * Or-Tyl * Ordrine AT Extended Release Capsule * Otodex * Paxil * Paxil CR * Pred Forte * Pred Mild * Prednisolone * ProSom * Prozac * Prozac Weekly * Rescaps-D S.R. Capsule * Rimantidine * Rimexolone * Sarafem * Selegiline * Sertraline * Sofra-Tulle * Sonata * Spasmoject * Tambocor * Tamsulosin * Tobispray * Topamax * Topamax Sprinkle * Topiramate * Tuss-Allergine Modified T.D. Capsule * Tuss-Genade Modified Capsule * Tuss-Ornade Liquid * Tuss-Ornade Spansule * Tussogest Extended Release Capsule * Vexol * Zaleplon * Zoloft Answered by Corrina Brunelli 4 months ago.
Sleeping in touch lenses lowers the volume of oxygen getting via on your eyes, as a result placing you at a bigger danger for eye infections. The simplest approach to inform whether it is an illness or if you happen to quite simply indignant your eyes is to visit an eye fixed surgeon. If it's an illness it's fundamental to have it checked out instantly; a few forms of infections can get very extreme and purpose scarring and blindness. There are distinct manufacturers of contacts that may be accurately slept in (made from more moderen, extra breathable elements) however you have to speak together with your surgeon to look if you are a well candidate. Answered by Bea Emuka 4 months ago.
Some perscription drugs?
Just some normal common perscription drugs PLZ
Asked by Nenita Dolder 4 months ago.
* 1. Lipitor * 2. Singulair * 3. Lexapro * 4. Nexium * 5. Synthroid * 6. Plavix * 7. Toprol XL * 8. Prevacid * 9. Vytorin * 10. Advair Diskus * 11. Zyrtec * 12. Effexor XR * 13. Protonix * 14. Diovan * 15. Fosamax * 16. Zetia * 17. Crestor * 18. Levaquin * 19. Diovan HCT * 20. Klor-Con * 21. Cymbalta * 22. Actos * 23. Premarin Tabs * 24. ProAir HFA * 25. Celebrex * 26. Flomax * 27. Seroquel * 28. Norvasc * 29. Nasonex * 30. Tricor * 31. Lantus * 32. Viagra * 32. Altace * 34. Yasmin 28 * 35. Levoxyl * 36. Adderall XR * 37. Lotrel * 38. Actonel * 39. Ambien CR * 40. Cozaar * 41. Coreg * 42. Valtrex * 43. Lyrica * 44. Concerta * 45. Ambien * 46. Risperdal * 47. Digitek * 48. Topamax * 49. Chantix * 50. Avandia * 51. Lamictal * 52. Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo * 53. Xalatan * 54. Aciphex * 55. Hyzaar * 56. Spiriva * 57. Wellbutrin XL * 58. Lunesta * 59. Benicar * 60. Benicar HCT * 61. Aricept * 62. Avapro * 63. Detrol LA * 64. Trinessa * 65. Cialis * 66. Combivent * 67. Budeprion XL * 68. Yaz * 69. Glycolax * 70. Imitrex Oral * 71. Evista * 72. NuvaRing * 73. Omnicef * 74. Niaspan * 75. Tri-Sprintec * 76. Boniva * 77. Flovent HFA * 78. Avelox * 79. Abilify * 80. Avalide * 81. Requip * 82. Zyrtec Syrup * 83. Coumadin Tabs * 84. Zyprexa * 85. Depakote ER * 86. Nasacort AQ * 87. Skelaxin * 88. Allegra-D * 89. Humalog * 90. Vigamox * 91. Endocet * 92. Budeprion SR * 93. Depakote * 94. Namenda * 95. Lidoderm * 96. Strattera * 97. Aviane * 98. Patanol * 99. Proventil HFA * 100. Clarinex * 101. Thyroid, Armour * 102. Astelin * 103. Zyrtec-D * 104. Tussionex * 105. Caduet * 106. Avodart * 107. Keppra * 108. Januvia * 109. Kariva * 110. Prempro * 111. Rhinocort Aqua * 112. Levitra * 113. Ortho Evra * 114. Low-Ogestrel * 115. Vivelle-DOT * 116. Apri * 117. Loestrin 24 Fe * 118. Levothroid * 119. Necon 1/35 * 120. Fosamax Plus D * 121. Byetta * 122. Pulmicort Respules * 123. Paxil CR * 124. Glipizide XL * 125. Provigil * 126. Trileptal * 127. Humulin N * 128. Lumigan * 129. Alphagan P * 130. Xopenex HFA * 131. Tobradex * 132. Trivora-28 * 133. Atacand * 134. Xopenex * 135. Cosopt * 136. Geodon Oral * 137. Micardis * 138. Lovaza * 139. Micardis HCT * 140. Focalin XR * 141. OxyContin * 142. Mirapex * 143. Prometrium * 144. Humulin 70/30 * 145. Ciprodex Otic * 146. Restasis * 147. Suboxone * 148. Zymar * 149. Arimidex * 150. Sprintec * 151. Dilantin Kapseals * 152. Fluzone * 153. BenzaClin * 154. Vesicare * 155. Asacol * 156. Avandamet * 157. Lanoxin * 158. Travatan * 159. Zoloft * 160. Bactroban * 161. Tamiflu * 162. Guaifenex PSE * 163. Differin * 164. Premarin Vaginal * 165. Pseudovent 400 * 166. Vagifem * 167. Levora * 168. Relpax * 169. Allegra-D 24 Hour * 170. Methylin * 171. AndroGel * 172. Aggrenox * 173. Propecia * 174. Asmanex * 175. NovoLog Mix 70/30 * 176. Uroxatral * 177. Estrostep Fe * 178. Sular * 179. Lescol XL * 180. Novolin 70/30 * 181. Epipen * 182. Actoplus Met * 183. M-Oxy * 184. Rozerem * 185. Enablex * 186. Jantoven * 187. Catapres-TTS * 188. Junel FE * 189. Coreg CR * 190. Ortho Tri-Cyclen * 191. Primacare One * 192. Zovirax Topical * 193. Trilyte * 194. Aldara * 195. Necon 0.5/35E * 196. Arthrotec * 197. Ultram ER * 198. Ceron-DM * 199. Ethedent * 200. Elidel This is the top 200 prescriptions dispensed. Have fun trying to find what they do. You do realize you put this in the alternative medicine category. That might explain why no one answered. And it is spelled prescription. Answered by Tamisha Duncombe 4 months ago.
What is Peter's anomaly?
I'm just researching on all these eye problems I have...and I can't really simplify up what Peter's anomaly is. All I know is that I was born with it...then it somehow caused aphakia, secondary glaucoma, dense amblyopia, esotropia, hypotropia, foveal hypoplasia, and some corneal decompensation in the...
Asked by Corazon Eggimann 4 months ago.
I'm just researching on all these eye problems I have...and I can't really simplify up what Peter's anomaly is. All I know is that I was born with it...then it somehow caused aphakia, secondary glaucoma, dense amblyopia, esotropia, hypotropia, foveal hypoplasia, and some corneal decompensation in the next few years. and.. Now I'm 13 and am just trying to lower my eye pressure. I use Betopic S and Alphagan P, but those have so many side effects. Anyone have any ideas for new meds? [so i can ask dr :)] Answered by Hayden Limones 4 months ago.
I often end up writing the same thing on other sites Answered by Roderick Propheter 4 months ago.
I was about to submit this question too this evening Answered by Claretta Schopmeyer 4 months ago.
This is the link you need: www.petersanomaly.org Answered by Jarrod Schwarzlose 4 months ago.
Antibiotics and congestive heart failure?
Hello, could you explain the ds fragment to me?"The patient was continued on antibiotics and a chest x-ray improved from her congestive heart failure and it did not show any definitive infiltrates". How could antibiotics help her CHF?The full ds is below just in case: ADMITTING...
Asked by Breana Osowski 4 months ago.
Hello, could you explain the ds fragment to me? "The patient was continued on antibiotics and a chest x-ray improved from her congestive heart failure and it did not show any definitive infiltrates". How could antibiotics help her CHF? The full ds is below just in case: ADMITTING DIAGNOSIS: Shortness of breath. DISCHARGE DIAGNOSES: 1. Congestive heart failure. 2. Probable pneumonia. 3. Coronary artery disease. 4. History of PE and IVC filter placement. 5. COPD. 6. Status post pacer and atrial fibrillation. 7. Depression. 8. Hypothyroidism. 9. Glaucoma. 10. Gastroesophageal reflux disease. 11. History of Clostridium difficile colitis. HOSPITAL COURSE: This **AGE[in 80s]-year-old lady was admitted with shortness of breath, was diuresed, and after cultures were drawn was started on Rocephin and Zithromax. The patient's white count was elevated at 18.6 and she was also febrile on admission. The patient had significant rhonchi and rales over the bases, especially on the left side, with regular heart sounds, a soft, nontender abdomen, nontender extremities, and neurologically she had no deficits. The patient was continued on antibiotics and a chest x-ray improved from her congestive heart failure and it did not show any definitive infiltrates. There was a suggestion of a probable left lower lobe pneumonia. The patient was continued on the antibiotics and was also continued on her Coreg, Lasix, and Diovan for her congestive heart failure. The patient's white count came down to 8.3. The patient had some diarrhea and therefore her antibiotics were stopped. The patient's stool was negative for Clostridium difficile x2. The patient remained stable off antibiotics, was able to ambulate about fifty feet, and did not offer any specific symptoms. On **DATE[Nov 25 2007], the patient was stable enough to be sent back to the skilled nursing facility on the following medications. DISCHARGE MEDICATIONS: 1. Tylenol 650 p.r.n. 2. DuoNeb via inhalation b.i.d. and q. 2h. p.r.n. 3. Aspirin 81 mg p.o. q. daily. 4. Lumigan 0.03% ophthalmic solution 1 drop to both eyes daily. 5. Alphagan-P 0.15% 1 drop to the left eye daily. 6. Os-Cal with D 1 p.o. t.i.d. 7. Coreg 6.25 mg p.o. b.i.d. 8. Plavix 75 mg p.o. q. daily. 9. Lanoxin 0.125 mg p.o. q. daily. 10. Lexapro 10 mg p.o. q. daily. 11. Lasix 40 mg p.o. q. daily. 12. Heparin 5,000 units subcutaneously q. 12h. 13. Synthroid 50 mcg p.o. q. daily. 14. Nitro patch 0.4 mg per hour - apply in the morning and remove in the evening. 15. Protonix 40 mg p.o. q. daily. 16. Potassium chloride 20 mEq p.o. q. daily. 17. Zocor 80 mg at bedtime. 18. Timoptic 0.5% solution 1 drop to both eyes b.i.d. 19. Diovan 40 mg p.o. q. daily. DIET: The diet will be a heart-healthy diet. ACTIVITIES: Activities will be as tolerated. FOLLOWUP LABS: Lab work will include a CBC and a BMP on **DATE[Nov 29 2007]. FOLLOWUP CARE: Followup will be with me at the nursing home. ________ Answered by Kay Zar 4 months ago.
Treatment of heart failure focuses on improving the symptoms and preventing the progression of the disease. Reversible causes of the heart failure also need to be addressed: (e.g. infection, alcohol ingestion, anemia, thyrotoxicosis, arrhythmia, hypertension). Treatments include lifestyle and pharmacological modalities. The patient had left lower lobar pneumonia and treated with Ceftriaxone, a third-generation cephalosporin antibiotic and Azithromycin. This might have helped to improve her pulmonary blood circulation. Heart failure is a chronic disease. Emphasis is given to find out the cause of heart failure and treat the same in early stages. In this particular case, the symptoms of heart failure might have reduced. Please note that emphysema/COPD and underactive thyroid can cause heart failure. Answered by Salome Tavana 4 months ago.
I have chf was doing O.K. but got infection in chest - like broncial - put on Azithromycin, I am also on Lasix and other medications - long list. Reason I mention Lasix is because the antibiotic has given me pretty severe diarrhea and am afraid of dehydration. Was hospitalized several times low potassium. Now on potassium saver. Will call Dr. but that does not always work out well. I am unsure whether to go to Itnernest (who doesn't work well for me) or to a Cardiologist. Help me Answered by Joycelyn Savela 4 months ago.
Well I've experienced this in pets and it all comes down to whether your dog is suffering every day or not. I mean you should pay attention to how well your dog caan get around, if it can go up or down stairs, if its out of breath all the time, and other things like that. If its symptoms seem very extreme I would go ahead and put it down. It doesn't deserve to suffer severly every day and you would be doing the right thing. Im sorry about this tragedy and I hope you can find comfort and be able to make the right decison. Answered by Julianne Lammert 4 months ago.
I haven't considered this Answered by Leon Style 4 months ago.
Glaucoma medication question?
I have had glaucoma for 10 years. Have been on diff meds for all of that time..xalatan for the past 8. Now it doesnt seem to be as effective in lowering my pressures. I'm 40 now. Doctor has switched me to lumigan. Has anyone had experience using lumigan??
Asked by Miguelina Elnicki 4 months ago.
After awhile any glaucoma drop will be infective... It is normal to switch to a different brand and Lumigan is a good eye drop to replace your current Xalatan medication... Don't be alarmed if your ophthalmologist switches you to another type, like Travatan, Timolol 0.5%, or Alphagan P... And also, if your interocular pressure has not dropped down, he/she might have you take another type of drop in the morning... Answered by Providencia Snipe 4 months ago.