To decrease the risk of a patient developing an infection and to promote healing, eye doctors routinely prescribe eye drops to use after cataract surgery. Unfortunately, there are problems associated with the drops that can make them a less than perfect option for some patients. If you are facing cataract surgery, you should discuss an alternative to traditional surgery that could eliminate the need for drops. What Is the Problem With Eye Drops?
- If you tested positive for chlamydia and think it is a mistake, then you need to find out the reason for the positive results. It is even more frustrating when your spouse's test came back negative. Read on to find out why you may test positive for a sexually transmitted disease. How Do Doctors Test for Chlamydia? The two ways to test for chlamydia are from a urine sample or fluid.
- If you are currently trying to decide on the type of cardio fitness you want to try, elliptical trainers might just be what you are looking for. However, before making this investment, you should make sure it has all the features you want. It helps to know the pros and cons so you can compare it to other types of equipment, such as treadmills. Here are the pros and cons of elliptical trainers.
- If your medicare coverage simply does not cover all of the medical services and supplies that you require, purchasing a medicare supplement plan can ensure that you have the additional coverage that you need to keep your out-of-pocket expenses to a minimum. Below, you will learn more about these supplemental insurance plans and what you need to know before deciding whether or not to purchase this type of insurance coverage.
- With more than 30 million people wearing contacts in the United States today, there are bound to be some contact wearers who also suffer from seasonal allergies. Although contacts can help improve your vision, these visual aids can become a bother for those with serious allergy symptoms. If you want to continue wearing your contact lenses when allergy symptoms arise, here are three precautions that can make your contacts more comfortable in the future.