Pain under your ribs when breathing is a very non-specific finding that can open up a "Pandora's Box" of possibilities. Some etiologies can be quite innocent in nature but it could also suggest that there is something more severe happening inside of you.
When you notice a growth on your wrist that appeared seemingly overnight, it is not surprising to think it could be some type of tumor or bone spurt that formed around your wrist. Although possible, a far more likely cause would be ganglionic cysts.
Dysuria is a common problem that can be quite aggravating to deal with. Although most of the time, this signals some type of bacterial urinary tract infection, there are a number of other possible agents that could be leading to this discomfort.
Constant lightheadedness is something that is quite annoying to deal with but it could just be a way of your brain signaling you that it is not happy with the current environment you put it in. These are some of the most common causes of lightheadedness.
When a needle is stuck into your eye, it is probable that you will start to notice small spots floating in your field of vision. This is not because you have holes in your eye but because of the development of vitreous floaters. Can we get rid of them?
When electing to have intravitreal injections, there are several risks and rewards to consider. You will preserve your vision but you also risk having potential retinal detachments among other complications. Is this a small issue or something more severe?
Treatments for Macular Degeneration can become complicated and there is no guarantee that they will be effective in all cases. Supplements that you can use to help treat your eyes before AMD ever develops could be the best way to deal with this condition.
Macular degeneration is the leading cause of irreversible blindness in the world but is that a misnomer? Can certain treatments for macular degeneration actually improve the health of your eyes and restore vision to normal?
When reading about how to treat your wet macular degeneration, patients will often find themselves at a cross-roads between doing Anti-VEGF therapy or laser photocoagulation. How do you tell which path is the more desirable one for you to save your eyes?
Age-related macular degeneration is something you need to treat quickly to prevent blindness but will invasive procedures really help in the long-run or will it just delay the inevitable? We will cover some of the main therapies and their results.