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Dr. Sharhonda Bell Harrill

Optometrist

Dr. Sharhonda B. Harrill is a top Optometrist in Eden, . With a passion for the field and an unwavering commitment to their specialty, Dr. Sharhonda B. Harrill is an expert in changing the lives of their patients for the better. Through their designated cause and expertise in the field, Dr. Sharhonda B. Harrill is a prime example of a true leader in healthcare. As a leader and expert in their field, Dr. Sharhonda B. Harrill is passionate about enhancing patient quality of life. They embody the values of communication, safety, and trust when dealing directly with patients. In Eden, NC, Dr. Sharhonda B. Harrill is a true asset to their field and dedicated to the profession of medicine.
Dr. Sharhonda B. Harrill
  • Eden, NC
  • Accepting new patients

My toddler has a lot of discharge from his right eye. What is it?

It could potentially be a sign of infection depending on the color of the discharge or it could be something else. You should take this child to see an eye doctor to determine READ MORE
It could potentially be a sign of infection depending on the color of the discharge or it could be something else. You should take this child to see an eye doctor to determine the cause and possible treatment if any treatment is needed.

What will happen if I sleep with my contact lenses?

It could lead to dryness, irritation, and occasionally an infection. If you notice any redness, pain, light sensitivity, or irritation, you should follow up with your eye doctor READ MORE
It could lead to dryness, irritation, and occasionally an infection. If you notice any redness, pain, light sensitivity, or irritation, you should follow up with your eye doctor immediately.

I am have hazy vision in the mornings. Could it be due to my blood pressure?

It could be your blood pressure or it could be something else like swelling in your corneas or dry eyes. You really should have a full, comprehensive eye exam, and try to schedule READ MORE
It could be your blood pressure or it could be something else like swelling in your corneas or dry eyes. You really should have a full, comprehensive eye exam, and try to schedule your appointment in the morning.

My son has been having a yellowish discharge from his eyes. What could this be?

This could be a bacterial infection. He should be seen by an eye doctor and/ or medical doctor soon!

Can you recommend some eye exercises to ease eye pain?

Eye exercises typically are not used to help reduce eye pain, but eye strain for certain people. If your eye has been hurting for a week, I would recommend seeing an eye doctor, READ MORE
Eye exercises typically are not used to help reduce eye pain, but eye strain for certain people. If your eye has been hurting for a week, I would recommend seeing an eye doctor, it may be something else such as inflammation or an infection. You may need eye drops or oral medications to help ease the pain and treat the underlying problem.

Eye drop usage

It depends on what eye drops you are using, the ingredients and the type of preservative solution inside of them. Most drops used for lubricants are ok to use at least four times READ MORE
It depends on what eye drops you are using, the ingredients and the type of preservative solution inside of them. Most drops used for lubricants are ok to use at least four times per day, but you should speak with your optometrist or eye doctorabout the reason that you are using them. If it is treating the symptoms and not the underlying cause you may not be solving the issue that you are having and the issue may get worse over time.