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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)
... Maybe the halos are just "fuzzy" lights from you needing a little stronger prescription. That would definitely make it look like halos. ... (3 replies)
... and I use an eye bath with a bit of saline solution in. ... (129 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)
... but theres this weird double vision effect on any lights i see. kind of like i'm wearing 3d glasses. like when i look at my ceiling fan i can see an extra set of holographic looking bulbs floating around not a halo or any other effect like that. I don't get this when i wear my old glasses. ... (1 replies)
... Do you still have the extreme sensitivity to glare like you described? ... (4 replies)
... an expert, but I've now seen 13 Ophthalmologists Include many From Hershey Medical Center and John Hopkins University. So I do have a much better understanding of eye issues than I did even back last year when I wrote this. ... (4 replies)
... I 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)
... 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. I'm in japan but if I searched carefully I might be able to find some kind of specialist. ... (4 replies)
... It started about 9 months to a year ago noticed periodically street lights and car lights were haloed in a goofy strange sort of way. Before that I only had floaters. So I was 24, 25 now. ... (4 replies)
... I am 20 years of age, I am a bit in the heavy side so I do not eat healthy most of the time and I live in Texas. ... (0 replies)
... eet lamps etc at night for years, but this is a lot worse. Going for a drive on a sunny day is a nightmare, everything is reflecting the sun and causing massive glare which appears sort of glittery or shimmery. I suspect this part may be caused by my hundreds of tiny floaters falling downwards inside my eye. ... (0 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)
... Syndrome. I only recently found out the name for it. I have known that light affected me in a negative way for a long time and always wore tinted glasses because of that and I dim lights in the house or I can hardly stand to keep my eyes open, it hurts so much. Glare gives me head and neck aches. ... (7 replies)
... side, while the line under that is moving in the opposite direction, etc.. for the rest of the lines. As a result I get a headache from this. ... (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)
... these dots don't look like the floaters i still see now. sometimes i see a shower of dots which look similar but they are a bit bigger and move around randomly unlike floaters. ... (0 replies)
... Yes, I understand. It's very depressing. It's also very depressing when doctors don't know what the cause is. When I open my eyes wide too, the starbursts and glare disappear BUT the halos are constant. ... (16 replies)
... I only seen optometrist and I will ask her to refer to ophamtologist. I started having long beams of light extending down from light source and once I open my eyes, its completely gone. and color rainbow around lights. ... (16 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)


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