Scarring on Cornea, droopy left eyeHello
Looking for advice on what medication could help with healing the scarring on Cornea and curing the droopy eyelid for my 19 years old son. I can provide more information if needed. Thanks
nishamadan on 2021-02-13
NUX VOM 200
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♡ anuj srivastava 4 months ago
Thanks for your reply. I just want to give you a detailed history so you can help more precisely. You mentioned to provide full history so here it is, thanks.
My son has blurry vision in his left eye.
He is 19 years old. when he was about 6 years old he has had keratitis in his right eye and took about 3-4 months to get resolved.
Then when he was 16 years, he started using contact lenses. After using the contacts for about 6 months he started to have right red eye.
When he consulted the optometrist, he was told to stop using contacts and optometrist noticed spots on his cornea but more on the right eye and referred to opthamologist.
Went to opthamologist and he referred us to dry eye clinic. At the dry eye clinic, he was given some medicated drops called flarex, lotepred, non preservative lubricating drops to use. This went on for a year but still his vision didn't improve.
In the meantime, I noticed that he had a bit of droopy eyelid on the left eye. He then went for second opinion to another dry clinic where he was given IPL (intense pulse light) therapy. After the therapy was done, he went to get a new prescription for his glasses since he still saw blurry in left eye. The dry eye clinic doctor checked his vision and found that vision in the right eye was fine but his left eye still has blurry vision and droopy eyelid. The doctor couldn't find the reason why he was still seeing blurry because according to him, his dry eye problem is resolved. He was again referred to Opthamologist.
THe opthamologist sent him for MRI of Orbit and brain which is clear. However, he noticed some scarring on his cornea and refered to him to cornea specialist and to neuro opthamologist to find the reason for droopy eyelid.
We are now waiting to see a Cornea specialist and neuro opthamology to find the reason for this.
At home, he is doing hot compression after which he feels that he gets better vision for about 10-15 mins but then it becomes same.
I am not sure what the actual problem is. Wondering if you can suggest a possible cause and some medication that may help? If you need to see any reports, please let me know and I can upload them.
nishamadan 4 months ago
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