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... 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. ... (11 replies)
... So a weird problem. I had a really bad case of pink eye back in December. One of my eyes, the one that first showed symptoms became blurry. ... (0 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. ... (2 replies)
... i am no expert, but did u rub your eye often? ... (2 replies)
Halo around lights
Dec 31, 2011
... I only see halos in one eye because the area of that cornea affected lies in my field of vision. As senior41 mentioned, you should also be checked for galucoma. ... (2 replies)
... outside my face from the middle of the forehead to the side, after a while the halo gets smaller, goes back to the side then disappears. The little zigzag lines are very prominent. It is very hard to explain. ... (5 replies)
... and also take some soothe xp eye drops. I believe the first time it happened because i scraped my eye. ... (4 replies)
... I have low pressure glaucoma since feb. Dr prescribed Xalatan for the eyes which lowered the eye pressure from 23 to 15. But over the last month I was having some foggy eye floaters so she asked me to change this to Travatan. ... (0 replies)
... I would LOVE to hear from someone with the EXACT same SHAPE of vision problem. ... (15 replies)
... a retinal tear occured, which would lead to a retinal detachment and loss of vision in the affected eye. ... (6 replies)
... PS. I also started taking some new medication around the time this started, but since it's happening in the same eye that I got hit by a ball with, I'm thinking that it's not the medication. ... (6 replies)
... in glasses. I was recently seen by an optho for cloudy vision in my right eye. She diagnosed me with "dry eye" and told me to lay off of my lenses and keep my eyes lubricated. ... (6 replies)
Cataract surgery
Jan 13, 2007
... I'm a bit hesitant too because it's my one reading eye. Night vision is possible so I'm surviving as is. ... (107 replies)
... my vision otherwise is fine with glasses and contacts... ... (7 replies)
... About 3 years ago I got hit in the left eye with a hard rubber ball while playing paddleball. I wasn't wearing my goggles because they were uncomfortable and I thought I'd just keep my eyes on the ball. ... (5 replies)
... No where in your post did you say that you were going to an opthalmologist. Now that is an eye doctor. If you are going to a optomitrist, he diagnoses needing glasses, and will 'not' send you to an ophthalmologist because he knows you will not be back. ... (11 replies)
... Well, I got back from my eye doc, and it was discouraging. As for the good news, he said my cells showed up nice and uniformed. ... (188 replies)
... Bad news for my situation. Today my eye has really been hurting, and it does feel like erosion pain. The only positive thing going for me is that my eye is not red. I'm worried because I read that corneal erosions that occur from tramua to the eye have a high success rate of being healed. ... (188 replies)
... I can relate to your story. Never worried about my vision until last year when I left work at night, and suddenly noticed all the streetlights had a blobby halo distortion. I panic and have anxiety problems so I jump on the internet, and immediately, it tells me to get to the ER asap. ... (5 replies)


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