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... Since you said you have very dry eyes, I assume so. There are many great treatments for dry eye. Although, many doctors will go right toward Restasis. ... (4 replies)
... have the same issues of light reflecting off cars. It seems to be getting worse this past month. I have extremely dry eyes and I don't know it this is one of the causes for it to be worse than before. I hope this is the reason as there is help for dry eyes. I see spots after the glare. ... (4 replies)
... There are several causes for this, all of them need medical attention pronto. ... (2 replies)

... Keela, your thoughts are much appreciated. The blurred vision can be severe enough that I cannot read normal text and I cannot see any real difference with or without my glasses. Thanks. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you, Keela, for your reply. Diabetes is at the top of my list of likely causes but I am not sure what MG is. ... (10 replies)
... information on vitreous detachment you will know that it is an age related phenomenon that usually does not give any particular problems, other than a degree of blurred vision that does disappear, usually within a few weeks. However, some people have trouble with the detachment not being complete. ... (3 replies)
... If the visit to the doctor two months ago was your only one, you definitely need to go again, or to a different doctor. Have you been tested for diabetes? ... (1 replies)
... My guess is that the pressure on the eye causes a temporary reshaping of your cornea. ... (3 replies)
... I so agree Hellas. All I told the doctors was how concerned I was about my eyes. Couldn't they have figured out that Ultracet did cause blurred vision... that it might not be the best choice for me? ... (8 replies)
... Optic Neuritis is another condition that should be ruled out as it can affect the vision by having sudden vision loss. It is swelling of the optic nerve which can cause macula edema. See term Optic Neuritis. ... (6 replies)
... I am currently being treated for dry eye caused by blepharitis with an antibiotic ointment and Refresh drops. ... (3 replies)
... Hi there. I have posted this same question for about 5 years off and on. I just thought I'd try again to see if any new information is out there. For 10 yrs. now, when I wake up, one or both of my eyes is blurry. What's odd is, it is 'usually' one or the other. ... (2 replies)
... I'm a 76 year old male without any medical issues that might cause vision problems other than dry eyes. I had IOL implants 3 years ago. I noticed this problem shortly after that. ... (0 replies)
... I would agree with bleue that it isn't a good idea to get LASIK due to your glaucoma. YOu are nearsighted which would make sense that your distance vision is blurry. Also, contact lens wear often causes dry eyes and can often irritate the cornea and even scratch it. ... (3 replies)
... ed my eye problems accompanied by headaches as migraines and auras. However, what I have been experiencing I do not think is a migraine aura. Those do not last for 5 straight days... ... (3 replies)
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... f SoluMedrol and went through an MRI, lumbar puncture and visual evoked potentials testing without any confirmation. I also had an occipital headache that lasted for three months. ... (3 replies)
Shaky/Jumpy Vision
Dec 24, 2009
... dancing type of vision, especially whenever reading small print on the computer or books. It is not blurred per say, just shaky. The words look like they are almost dancing. I don't know what on earth this could be caused from. ... (1 replies)
... I got evaluated by a plastic surgeon who revied my CT and told me I would need surgery for the trauma caused from the fracture because my left eye which it occured had sunk in more than i gues 2 degrees or something like that. ... (13 replies)
... a result of disease, injury or more rarely, eye surgery. Fluid collects within the layers of the macula, causing blurred, distorted central vision. CME rarely causes a permanent loss of vision, but the recovery is often a slow, gradual process. The majority of patients recover in 2 to 15 months. ... (11 replies)

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