Light-sensitivity in one eye only.

Discussion in 'Eye-Care' started by statius, Mar 4, 2005.

  1. statius

    statius Guest

    How common is it to be light-sensitive (stabbing pain) in just one eye?
    Nothing apparently wrong with either, but there is sensitivity is my
    right eye most of the time. (Right eye is dominant.) I only get pain
    in left eye if I wear a patch over the right. Is this unusual?

    Best wishes,

    statius, Mar 4, 2005
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  2. statius

    g.gatti Guest

    Do you wear glasses?
    g.gatti, Mar 4, 2005
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  3. statius

    g.gatti Guest

    To answer to Mr. Tyner is like firing on the red cross...


    But no solution...

    Very very rare diseases if the eye is left alone.
    Of course.

    I suspect the man wears glasses.
    Yes, and treating him with glasses would destroy his sight forever,
    while proper treatment with rest methods has 100% success if the
    patient practices accordingly.
    It will be interesting to know why did not heal well...
    The cause of photophobia is mental strain and the cure is mental rest.

    You continue to cultivate the possibility of RARE DISEASES, INCURABLE,
    so your patient gets the idea and becomes easily diseased... Aren't you


    Yes, of course, again, the eye has to be blamed.
    Again rare occourences.
    Yes, two eyes destroyed by glasses, contacts, insufficient light,
    computer strain, bad food, bad thoughts, etcetera etcetera... What do
    you expect from them? At least not to properly close at night...
    Solutions? NONE.
    This is all rubbish.
    I suspect it is.
    Get the checkup, and possibly a new pair of glasses.
    g.gatti, Mar 4, 2005
  4. statius

    g.gatti Guest

    Yes, and treating him with glasses would destroy his sight forever,
    Tyner, shut up.

    At least do not comment.

    You know you are in error since the beginning.

    When you have a child or a puberty young man or woman with a very low
    degree of imperfect sight and you prescribe glasses instead to treat
    the patient and cure him, you are a criminal.

    At least don't comment my messages.

    Be quiet.

    You know perfectly well that this poor boy with one eye sensitive to
    light will get no benefit whatever by your advices.

    He will risk more if he follows your treatments, than what he can risk
    if he does just nothing and waits the discomfort to subside by itself.

    This is a great shame, that you doctors continue to harass poor people
    with your ugly and stupid treatments.
    g.gatti, Mar 4, 2005
  5. Jesus! ... and to think that I read only a few messages ago that Italy
    has nothing to apologise for!
    Nicolaas Hawkins, Mar 5, 2005
  6. statius

    g.gatti Guest

    Everybody WHO IS INTELLIGENT is turning to the source of the cure of
    imperfect sight without glasses.

    Many doctors, graduated, have bnought the books and are studying them.

    The amount of damage that your nonsensical theories brought about from
    400 years and more is immense, but it is not sufficient to destroy the
    truth, truth always lives on.

    What about the -23 D lady doctorate who is curing her eyesight and has
    conquered half of normal vision under good indoors light?

    I have many clients who are doing very well, and I have also other
    clients who are doing badly, simply because they do not do anything at

    However the fact that they have discarded their glasses is a good point
    in their favour, they can be sure their eyes will stop to get weaker.

    You should have no pride.

    You live a life of misery.

    Playing with your ugly glasses, on and off fifty times a day... Why
    don't you get MULTIFOCALS???

    Because you know they are dangerous!

    Such is your criminal mind.

    Why refractive surgeons do not get the operation?

    What about poor children?

    You condemn them to a life of misery instead of teaching them how to
    relax and rest their eyes and solve tre problem radically.

    Just two days ago we had a fine snowing time in Milan.

    Everything around me was white.

    Then the sun comes out, strong sun.

    I did my 930 seconds of sungazing at midday.

    Very wonderful experience.

    When walking home, I could look with open eyes in the clear whiteness
    of the snow without any trouble.

    How can you explain this?

    You please explain.

    Now this poor boy who has asked help about his light-sensitivity can be
    reassured: he should start to look at the sun if he wants to cure

    Of course he has to do it intelligently.

    But eve if he does it stupidly, no permanent harm is done if he
    discards his glasses.

    If he follows your wrong and old IMPRACTICAL advice, what has he got?
    Just new fears, and wrong thoughts, and more strain.

    The treatment you administer to your patient is criminal and against
    the truth.

    You should resign.

    Or learn better.

    Or shut up.
    g.gatti, Mar 5, 2005
  7. statius

    statius Guest

    Thanks for replies! Yes I do wear glasses most of the time, but the
    stabbing pain comes even without them. My optometrist has has a look
    under ophthalmoscope and slit lamp, and hasn't seen anything unusual...

    What's puzzling me most is that although it can happen in either eye,
    it seems to occur with the eye currently "in use". Normally this
    is my (dominant) right eye --- left eye feels nothing even though
    it's wide open. If I cover the right eye so forcing "use" of the left
    eye, then left eye starts up. I was wondering if this sort of
    behaviour is normal for pain-causing eye problems?
    statius, Mar 6, 2005
  8. statius

    g.gatti Guest

    And do you think that these learned men who prescribed to you the
    can answer these questions of yours?

    Come on!

    Can't you see that is all WRONG FROM THE VERY BASE?

    Discard the glasses and seek a cure without them.

    You will see your problems simply disappear.
    g.gatti, Mar 6, 2005
  9. statius

    SDer Guest

    wrote in
    I have a similar problem. Maybe it is mydriasis? So far I have found that
    it can be caused by an aanticholinergic reaction, like an immense fight or
    flight situation.
    SDer, Mar 6, 2005
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