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... ontact lenses occasionally , now 6 months ago i woke up and wore my lenses as always but when i got back my right eye was blurry and after i took the lense i saw halos around lights rainbow coloured halos at night . ... (0 replies)
... eyes around age 28, but noone has ever indicated PVDs in my case. From my research, those are uncommon in young people, and would be rare to happen in both eyes at the same time. Have you had more than one DR confirm that you have vitreous detachment? ... (3 replies)
... No, halos are not only caused by cataracts. I am 24 and developed literally hundreds of floaters in both my eyes over night when I was 21. ... (3 replies)

... there is a big halo. At first I thought it was just a little bit foggy or something. Now I've realized the problem is always there, whether I'm wearing glasses or contacts. ... (3 replies)
... Lostvision, I'm new to this and what is Yag? I'm going to have a lens inserted for cataract surgery and would appreciate some feedback on this . Thanks!:wave: (4 replies)
... My distance vision at this point is OK but I need glasses for cumputer work as well as reading. ... (4 replies)
... No to the starbursts but yes to the other. I also get double vision when my lights shine on road signs at night and on the tv menu and things. It is better when I am not tired. ... (7 replies)
... it's hard to drive at night.. u saw 5 docs who weren't able to diagnose this problem.. it's really weird. I probably have no hope of curing this. Are u planning on seeing more docs? ... (16 replies)
... I also do have long beams which makes it impossible to drive at night. Are you able to drive at night? ... (16 replies)
... er. I have few long beams of light extending down from light source and disappear when I open my eyes. do u have anything floating in the reflection when looking at reflections. ... (16 replies)
... e worse...there is a reflection when watching TV or cellphone, etc. It's hard to watch TV in the dark and working on the PC. Yes, when i open my eyes wide, the glare goes away. ... (16 replies)
... I've had it for a month now. do u have problems with for ex. looking at a cellphone or monitor at night has a reflection on the bottom or looking at a window in a dark room also has the reflection. the funny thing is that I have things floating in those reflections. ... (16 replies)
... Can you drive at night? ... (16 replies)
... steroid responder and that I had an increase IOP. The doctor was able to stabilize my eye pressure in my eye with proper medication. The startbursts, glare, and halos persisted but my blurry vision improved. ... (7 replies)
... I have recently noticed that lights at night have a horrible glare at night and have halos around them. ... (2 replies)
... clear lens extraction because my own lens has had changes that create visual abberations very similar to what you describe. Have also had 2 retinal holes, so am at higher risk for detachment as well. It is scary. ... (19 replies)
... till wants to do the relaxing limbal incisions to try to correct my astigmatism of 1.25D in the Crystalens eye. Maybe that will make a difference. I do see some halos at night but they do not bother me so they must not be as bad as other ReStor patients have had. My distance vision is spectacular. ... (44 replies)
... Someone else on these boards explained that the diameter of the crystalens is smaller than many people's pupils, and that causes the glare and halos and shooting light and reflections. ... (19 replies)
... VISION. Which is pretty irritating during the day, and I can NOT see well enough to drive at night. And I drive at night a lot. ... (19 replies)
... My biggest concern with the whole post was that apparently he continues to drive at night even though the halo's are affecting his vision so badly that he is a hazard on the roadway. ... (16 replies)




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