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... But there's no hope of my snapping out of my misery with ghosting vision happening, if it was fixed maybe I wouldn't feel as bad as I would know my life would get much worse. ... (0 replies)
Ghosting vision?
Feb 22, 2010
... I've experienced ghosting vision for a while now. ... (2 replies)
... I have the ghosting vision as well. I only see it mainly when looking at light against dark backgrounds like the alarm clock at night, or subtitles in a movie. ... (10 replies)

... I have been experiencing some vertical ghosting vision. It gets worse in night time and also when I look at a black screen with white text. I also have sometimes some red veins on the eye... ... (10 replies)
... ogressive glasses which I have no problem with but want to wear contacts too. Each doctor has eventually given up on me because they can't get the blurry, halo, ghosting out of my vision with contacts. ... (2 replies)
Ghosting vision?
Feb 23, 2010
... Are you thinking you have "double" vision?? (2 replies)
... What a shame you had to put up with bad vision for so long when the solution was simple". ... (15 replies)
... e cold and had bad mucus and then all of a sudden my ear clogged up so i went and took ear drops that went away, then a couple days later my right eye got double vision and i am seeing a ghosting vision. ... (15 replies)
... Hi I spend quite a lot of time in front of the pc, have to admit that. The issues is that I see very well in distance. I've done a visual exam, and the optometrist told me that I see very very well. I also though about the pc, because as I read it can really mess your eyes, the pc, I mean. (10 replies)
... nd thought, one of the symptoms of blood sugar problems such as diabetes or hypoglycemia is visual changes. Transient blurriness or ghosting of vision can fall under here. Though I think this is unlikely, you might want to get it checked out. ... (10 replies)
... with my contacts out, yes, I see double vision, ghosting, and a lot of blurring for pretty much everything. Buy my keratonus has gotten worse over the last few years. A couple years ago, I didn't see as much. With my hard contact lenses in, I don't see much of it, I just don't see extremely clearly...especially things in the distance. (10 replies)
... do you see double/ghosting everything? (10 replies)
... I would get it checked out. It could possibly be keratoconus. I have that, and have a lot of double vision/ghosting of images. Best of luck. (10 replies)
... The issue is that I don't have this problem with everything. I don't see ghosting/double everything, just the bright things appear ghosting... (10 replies)
... I also share with you anxiety problems, and when I'm in panic attack mode I feel like I can't see. There's vision there, but my brain cannot comprehend what I'm seeing. I wouldn't doubt that anxiety may exacerbate your eye problem. ... (10 replies)
Ghosting Vision
Dec 31, 2001
... Have ghosting of vision in both eyes, everything I see appears blured and watery. Vision automatically seems to deteriorate, especially as daylight fades. I have see numerous specialists, and nobody has any answers. ... (2 replies)
... No headaches, other vision painfully normal, that's why it's so shocking to see foggy lights standing out. I'm going to the same guy tomorrow. ... (4 replies)
... I thought I was posting to the vision threads? ... (4 replies)
... Thank you for the reply. My halos are constant, not just at night. Do you think these will go away? I have worn the lenses with different strengths over periods of two weeks or longer each time but have not seen an improvement. I am very frustrated and am about to give up. I am searching for a solution that the doctor's in my area may not have thought of by posting on... (2 replies)
... The halo effect is very common, esp at night and with learning to wear contact lenses. I'm surprised the doctors haven't told you this. That usually goes away over time. It's also common if you have dry eyes. I wore contacts for over 30 years, including the monovision which I loved, but had to quit because of dry eye. And it also depends on your particular prescription. ... (2 replies)


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