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... 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)
... I not sure what you had corrected. I had lasik vision surgery correction for nearsightness and astigmatism 6 years ago and all lights at night now have a fuzzy stringy halo. ... (3 replies)
... Maybe the halos are just "fuzzy" lights from you needing a little stronger prescription. That would definitely make it look like halos. ... (3 replies)

... My eyes are doing funny things lately. When I watch TV in a dark room, see bright light through a window, or look at other bright lights in a room, I see a lot of glare that I never noticed before. This all started about a week ago when I was at the mall and noticed that all the lights looked fuzzy and funny. ... (1 replies)
... The eye Dr in the UK sent me to the Eye Hospital. There they discovered that I had a "clump" of floaters that was the reason for the "smudge." They stated that they did not do surgery because good results were a bit rare. So I've been living with it. ... (3 replies)
... I've had starbursts around street lamps etc at night for years, but this is a lot worse. ... (0 replies)
... I have a lot of corneal issues. Had dry eyes for years, wore soft contacts for 20 years. At one point, could no longer tolerate them. Had LASIK with moderate success. ... (1 replies)
... i have had some problems with my eyes for the last month. When i look at a wall with a detailed texture, it seems to me that somehow parts of it are slightly moving. ... (0 replies)
... Well kudos for having the procedure done. The haziness could be a catarct forming because the laser wont fix the vision it only prevents a glx attack. The prism of lights could be residual astigmatism left from past lasik or the cataract. Having the laser sx wouldn't cause those type of symptoms. ... (28 replies)
... You might recall from my original post that I had a few different issues going on with my eyes. So last night I took my time and made sure that I told him about everything that was going on. The first problem was that I have alot of floaters in my eyes. ... (18 replies)
... Thanks for your input. Best of luck if you do get YAG. I saw that it increases chances of retinal detachment, macular degeneration, etc. etc. ... (36 replies)
... Thanks for your input. Best of luck if you do get YAG. I saw that it increases chances of retinal detachment, macular degeneration, etc. etc. ... (36 replies)
... what type of IOL's do you have? ... (36 replies)
... create all kinds of halos and starbursts and extra lights at night. ... (244 replies)
Night blindness
Nov 29, 2004
... reflective coating. They really help, i used to be scared to drive at night but now it all looks really clear! ... (8 replies)
... I'm wearing a bandage lens at the moment and I know the next thing they will suggest if this does not work, will be laser? ... (129 replies)
Laser Surgery
Jan 21, 2001
... Glare and haloing around lights at night is a possible problem. I had some problems the first few weeks but they corrected. ... (2 replies)
... and now it's also like I'm looking through one large illusion. If I were to put my arms together, the eyes would see the arms as different shades of the same color, with my right eye showing to have a higher contrast. The eye can see, but things are slightly blurry. ... (5 replies)
... Basically I can be at the computer, or talking to somebody in my office or at home when this happens but when it does, it causes an anxiety attack. I am not sure what is happening. ... (1 replies)
... th eyes. I've always had Visual Snow since I can remember, and it really hasn't been a big problem unless I pay attention to it, which I have done lately because of random changes that I have noticed in my vision . ... (7 replies)


Associated Tags: corneal dystrophy and fluctuating vision, floater, glare, halo, things appear to move

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