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... e had the same sensitivity since youth. The floaters and flashing started in his jr. high school years and continues on to today. He has always had light halos at night and noticed it first at a concert where there was a spotlight on a white board against a black background on stage. ... (1 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)
... I hope everyone has a good weekend. My week was not too bad. I did discover that if I actually clean the inside of my car windshield, the halo vision at night is not so bad. lol. I did have a mild erosion last night. The pain seemed to only last a few seconds. ... (187 replies)

... I would like to get in touch with anyone that suffers from halo vision, seeing massive rings or light scatter at night around streetlights and headlights. I have been to two eye specialists, and they can not give me a cause for the problem, or offer any suggestions or treatment. ... (11 replies)
... Thank you for the reply. My halos are constant, not just at night. Do you think these will go away? ... (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. ... (2 replies)
... Can you drive at night? ... (16 replies)
... it only happens when i drive at night and with really bright headlights and tail lights. ... (4 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)
... a retinal tear occured, which would lead to a retinal detachment and loss of vision in the affected eye. ... (6 replies)
Crystalens post-op
Jul 14, 2005
... but no one seemed to have glare or halo problems. ... (14 replies)
Crystalens post-op
Jul 14, 2005
... I have had crystalens in now for 8 months. I would strongly suggest that you put off the other eye surgery for at least 6 months while you come to fully understand the results of your surgery. Here are my personal experiences. ... (14 replies)
... auras around lights only at night. Whenever I would stop wearing contacts and went back to glasses, it would go away usually in about a day. ... (7 replies)
... bout of vertigo and dizziness so when I started to notice this visual problem it really alarmed me because i was wondering if I had a brain tumor. When looking at lights... generally at night against the black sky or fluorescent street signs. ... (1 replies)
... It seems as though over the last semester or so, my night vision has gotten progressively worse, though I can't think of any reason that would be. I've noticed this mostly while driving. ... (3 replies)
New black spots
Jul 17, 2011
... it's such a common occurrence. That night I had the black spots, and for the next two nights as well. They do not move at all, they're just there on top of every light source, however small or distant. ... (4 replies)
... I go back for follow up at the end of the 1 week trial period. ... (2 replies)
... days and went through both eyes. I went through several meds that were creams and drops but no steroids. Finally the pink eye went away but all of a sudden my vision started to go rapidly.. I was seeing HUGE HALOS around lights and night etc.. Then I was not able to see clearly like 4 feet in front of me. ... (1 replies)
... I am just curious if I am alone in my symptoms. At a young age and as far back as I can remember I have always has problems with "an eyelash in my eye" than in my 20's I was diagnosed with corneal dystrophy. ... (0 replies)
... or atleast something very close to that. When I take them off, forget about it, I cant see anything at all, its horrible. The only good news I can think of is that my upclose vision for reading still remains perfect even without the glasses. ... (18 replies)


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