... 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)
... back in December. One of my eyes, the one that first showed symptoms became blurry. I went on antibiotic cream and steroid drops and that resolved the issue, my vision was almost back to normal. ... (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)
... hich I have no problem with but want to wear contacts too. Each doctor has eventually given up on me because they can't get the blurry, halo, ghosting out of my vision with contacts. ... (2 replies)
... i am no expert, but did u rub your eye often? squint to see things that is unclear to u / reading in a dark room / continuosly strained your eye like sitting on a computer 8 hrs straight...also if u have night vision problem like starburst / glare / halo, then u might have large pupils..i think those are contributing factors... (2 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)
... Hi Zelnut,
This same issue sent me to the eye doctor last year and I was diagnosed with Epithelial Basement Membrane Dysphoria (EBMD) or map-dot-fingerprint syndrome; I also have recurrent corneal erosions (but thats another story for another day).
I only see halos in one eye because the area of that cornea affected lies in my field of vision. As senior41 mentioned, you... (2 replies)
... I've check the web regarding this issue and it seems a lot of young people are experiencing this starburst halo day and night and they don't even wear glasses. And all doctors don't know what the problem is.... Mines getting worse without a diagnoses, what can be wrong... ... (16 replies)
... How long have you had your symptoms?
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)
... beams of light extending down from light source and once I open my eyes, its completely gone. and color rainbow around lights. now it's turned into starburst and halo without the rainbow.. so weird because its so sudden when I noticed it. depressed. I'll c what they have to say... ... (16 replies)
Did you see any opthamologists, and if so: what did they say?
When did you start to have these symptoms and what do you think started it all?
Can you drive at night? Do you see starbursts during the day when light reflects on cars? (16 replies)
... I have seen halo and starburst like vision, few beams extending from middle of light source. The weir thing is that if I open my eyes wider, it's almost completely gone. ... (16 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)
... It seems to be more noticeable whenever i am tired or hungry. sometimes i get double vision and have trouble focusing. i blink a few times and it goes away. ... (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)
... 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)
... I found your post because I am having similar symptoms. I was struck in my right eye by a ball and (immediately) had a "vitreous detachment" (according to optometrist). For about 10 minutes I had a greenish bright distortion that covered about 1/4 of my visual field. I have -8.0 diopter contacts in both eyes and had been warned previously about being prone to retina... (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)