Losing the ability to drive is one of the most common fears for people with glaucoma. Everything you need to know about the DVLA’s rules can be found here.
Almost half of Muslims worry that using eye drops can break their fast, but according to most Sunni or Shi’a schools, they don’t. Continue to use your eye drops so you don’t put your sight at risk.
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