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She has a eye pressure rate 26-27

Female | 15

An eye pressure between 26-27 is a bit higher than the normal. This can be the first indicator of a disorder named glaucoma. Nevertheless, these signs may be related to decreased vision, eye pain, or no symptoms. Excessive eye pressure is the cause of visual impairment; therefore, an eye examination is essential. The course of action generally includes using eye drops or surgery to reduce pressure levels and keep your sight safe.

Answered on 12th July '24

Dr. Sumeet Agrawal

Dr. Sumeet Agrawal

When I work out at the gym, my eye starts to swell after the workout. I consulted an eye specialist, who said it’s an allergy. However, when I jog or walk outside, nothing happens. In the gym, if I lift weights, even light ones, my eye starts to swell later. When I do floor exercises like push-ups, I feel like there's a foreign object in my eye, causing a twitching sensation. This only happens with exercises that involve pressure.looking like muscle weakness.It also happens after swimming. This issue never occurred before, and I’ve been doing these activities for the past four years without any problems. I have consulted various doctors and spent a lot of money, but I have not found a solution.

Male | 24

You might be having allergic reactions triggered by your exercise. When you do certain workouts at the gym, like lifting weights or floor exercises, your eye swells up. This could be due to allergens at the gym or materials from the equipment. It's good that outdoor activities don't cause this problem. To prevent the symptoms, try wearing protective eyewear (goggles) at the gym or using antihistamine eye drops before you work out. It's a good idea to consult with an allergist for a complete evaluation and management plan.

Answered on 10th July '24

Dr. Sumeet Agrawal

Dr. Sumeet Agrawal

Hello I am looking for a treatment for an eye whose nerves have stopped functioning.

Male | 60

You might be affected by a disorder of the eye, where the nervous cells in the eye are not working properly. This may be due to aging, high blood pressure, or diabetes. Nevertheless, it also might be that a person exhibits signs of blurred, partial, or total vision loss. Treatments for that might include taking special eye drops or doing procedures that will be put in place to protect your nerve endings that are situated in the eye. Your optometrist can prescribe eye drops or other medications to improve your vision. 

Answered on 12th July '24

Dr. Sumeet Agrawal

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