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What to Do When You’ve Been Diagnosed with Keratoconus

March 5, 2019 | Leave a response

What is Keratoconus? Keratoconus is a disorder affecting the vision and involves the cornea or the front of the eye. It causes the cornea to become altered in shape, scattering the light entering your eye irregularly. This makes your vision blurry and distorted. Wearing glasses and regular contact lenses cannot help to make the situation better for most patients because it can lead to intolerance of lenses and discomfort. Keratoconus treatment often involves corneal cross-linking. What to Do After Being Diagnosed with Keratoconus? Here are four essentials steps you must take when you notice the symptoms of keratoconus: Identify the Source of Friction Being diagnosed with keratoconus can often cause stress. The situation usually worsens when you rub your eyes. ...

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