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How can my frosty vision problem be treated?

Q: I am a 33 years old woman having a problem in my left eye for the last 2 months. The symptoms are frosty vision (like seeing through a frosty glass); appearance of floaters, the condition gets worse in the morning but improves during the day. If I focus on straight line on a paper, it appears like a wave. The problem started with pain and redness in my left eye. The doctor told me that I have swelling in my eyeball and he gave me Prednisolone Acetate 4 times a day for 2 weeks, and then for another week. He told me that swelling is gone but my vision didn’t improve. I consulted another doctor and was advised the same treatment but my problem continued. My cornea and retina are fine as told by the doctor. Can you help me with the diagnosis of this problem? Please advise.

A:You need to wear glasses what ever may come, regularly, all the time. That is one of the main treatments for squint. This is the right time to handle squint. Surgery is only the next approach, in case glasses don’t work. It is not alternative to wearing glasses, as you need to continue to wear glasses even after the surgery. Please do visit your optician and take advice about comfort of glasses. Don’t buy fancy glasses; give more importance to its comfort.

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