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What Is Wrong With A Fish With A bulging eye?

A: Some goldfish have naturally bulging eyes. There may not be anything wrong with it. If it''s not a goldfish, it could have a disease. Your fish could have Popeye, which is caused by an internal infection. This can be treated with medicated food. Popeye can be prevented by cleaning your tank on a regular basis. You can also test the water in your tank to make sure all gases ( oxygen, nitrates, etc) are at an acceptable level. Popeye is caused by mechanical damage (if only one eye) or possibly water quality problems. Check your water with a test kit, ensure ammonia, nitrites are 0 ppm and nitrates are under 40 ppm. You can use Epsom salt...


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What Is Wrong With A Fish With A bulging eye?

A: Some goldfish have naturally bulging eyes. There may not be anything wrong with it. If it''s not a goldfish, it could have a disease. Your fish could have Popeye, which is caused by an internal infection. This can be treated with medicated food. Popeye can be prevented by cleaning your tank on a regular basis. You can also test the water in your tank to make sure all gases ( oxygen, nitrates, etc) are at an acceptable level. Popeye is caused by mechanical damage (if only one eye) or possibly water quality problems. Check your water with a test kit, ensure ammonia, nitrites are 0 ppm and nitrates are under 40 ppm. You can use Epsom salt...


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What Could Be Causing My Molly Fish To Have A bulging eye?

A: A bacterial infection called Pop-eye is where the eye fills with fluid. It is usually caused by poor water quality. Doing regular partial water changes, adding aquarium salt, and a bacterial medicine such as maracyn will help it. This is an illness called popeye. It is basically an infection. If you go to the pet store and buy medication to treat the fish it will go away. A bulging eye in your molly fish is a symptom of a bacteria infection. Bad water quality can cause a build up of bad bacteria in your aquarium. To treat add aquarium salt to water after a good cleaning, and purchase a broad spectrum antibiotic for the molly fish. This is called pop

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What Could Be Causing My Molly Fish To Have A bulging eye?

A: A bacterial infection called Pop-eye is where the eye fills with fluid. It is usually caused by poor water quality. Doing regular partial water changes, adding aquarium salt, and a bacterial medicine such as maracyn will help it. This is an illness called popeye. It is basically an infection. If you go to the pet store and buy medication to treat the fish it will go away. A bulging eye in your molly fish is a symptom of a bacteria infection. Bad water quality can cause a build up of bad bacteria in your aquarium. To treat add aquarium salt to water after a good cleaning, and purchase a broad spectrum antibiotic for the molly fish. This is called pop

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If someone has bulging eyes from treated thyroid disease, should they seek treatment from an eye dr or endochronologist?

A: I would think it would get better after awhile on it''s own and then if not maybe someone who deals with muscles of the Depending on the seriousness of the onset of bulging eyes, you may want to consult the following medical professionals. aie said: 1 My Mom has proptosis due to Graves'' Disease. She consults her eye doctor for the eye conditions resulting from the Thyroid problem. It is very important to tell the eye doctor anything and everything you know of the thyroid condition. Best of luck . . . ...


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bulging eye

A: Hi, Erika! We can only guess here as to what may be happening to you. To get a proper diagnosis, it would be best if you would see a doctor who can see and visit with you personally and then diagnose what might be happening and then prescribe a course of treatment. To me, what you''re experiencing isn''t normal. It could be serious. If I were you, I would be going to a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment. No one here can diagnose you. We can only guess, no matter what sort of resources that we have from which to find information. Even if we were to come up with something that''s close as to what might be wrong with you, it would still be best to be consulting the advise of a physician. Like a lot of people, I like to read about things online or in books that I have in order to do...


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I would like to have my upper and lower eyes done, but I have bulging eyes due to graves disease. Can I have orbital decompression at the same time ?

A: You need the orbital decompression first, if you are a true candidate. Than either a secondary operation for the fat in your eyes or MAYBE being done at the same operation. Go see a expert in Orbital reconstruction. From MIAMI Hello, Yes, this is possible. Usually an ENT and plastic surgeon may be able to do it, but It really depends on the exam. Hope this helps answer your question. Dr. Nassif...


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My Dog''s eye Is bulging - Why?

A: you need to get the dog examined ASAP. It could have glaucoma a very painful condition. Also some other sort of trauma. eye trauma is very painful for a dog. could also have a tumor pushing at the back of the eye. please get it checked. This is most likely a result of an untreated thyroid disorder and could possibly be a cyst resting on the glands themselves. It could be due to a condition called Extraocular Myositis(Polymyositis). What this is when the dogs extraocular muscles in the back of his eye become allergic/inflamed causing the bulging effect of the eye(s). I would check with your vet but some owners have been known to use Benadryl, while others get Rimadyl...


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My Dog''s eye Is bulging - Why?

A: you need to get the dog examined ASAP. It could have glaucoma a very painful condition. Also some other sort of trauma. eye trauma is very painful for a dog. could also have a tumor pushing at the back of the eye. please get it checked. This is most likely a result of an untreated thyroid disorder and could possibly be a cyst resting on the glands themselves. It could be due to a condition called Extraocular Myositis(Polymyositis). What this is when the dogs extraocular muscles in the back of his eye become allergic/inflamed causing the bulging effect of the eye(s). I would check with your vet but some owners have been known to use Benadryl, while others get Rimadyl...


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Does Synthroid cause dry eyes?

A: Dry eyes have not been reported with Synthroid or Protonix use. See: http://www.drugs.com/sfx/synthroid-side-effects.html http://www.drugs.com/sfx/protonix-side-effects.html http://www.drugs.com/enc/dry-eyes.html See your doctor or pharmacist if your symptoms continue. Thanks for the info. Unfortunately, dry eyes isn''t any of the side effects of the meds I''m taking. It could just be a coincidence that it started when I started the synthroid. Add your Comment Sharon EDry eyes are a symptom of a thyroid condition, Sometimes bulging and dry eyes are the first symptoms of a thyroid problem, or dry and bulging

 
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