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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

No, nothing can be done to alter the genetic make up of your offspring. Also, it is not definite if your child will be affected, but I will advise...

Answered on : 18 Dec 2007

Depending on the type of contact lenses you are wearing and various solutions that you have to use, you could be allergic to anything including...

Answered on : 14 Dec 2007

The headaches that you are getting may be due to migraine, which can be familial and needs treatment accordingly. It can also give you visual...

Answered on : 06 Dec 2007

Choose monofocal if you want perfect vision, but if you can put up with slightly sub-standard vision for near and intermediate distance vision,...

Answered on : 04 Dec 2007

Your son's retina and uveal tissue has not developed properly since birth that is why shape of the pupil is like that. This is similar to some...

Answered on : 28 Nov 2007

This is moderate long sightedness and you can wear contact lenses. The only thing I would like you to remember is good hygiene and understand all...

Answered on : 20 Nov 2007

The best way to find out if the lens and operation are satisfactory is to have new glasses. If the vision does not improve significantly, then...

Answered on : 15 Nov 2007

What do you mean by suffering from side vision? If his field of vision is restricted on the side, this may be due to stroke, in which case this...

Answered on : 06 Nov 2007

Computerised eye testing only provides a guide based on which eye specialist or optician can make further tests for glasses which will be most...

Answered on : 06 Nov 2007

Diabetic retinopathy is a serious condition, which should be taken very seriously. This development depends on age of diabetes and how well it is...

Answered on : 01 Nov 2007
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