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... glasses for night vision, and some lubricating eye drops. He did not diagnose me with anything? ... (4 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your problems. I've had bad eyesight for about as long as you have been alive! Keep talkin' to your doctor until they find something that helps you. ... (2 replies)
... It sounds like you have what I have! I'm always cautious when driving at night because the lines at stoplights, etc., tend to sneak up on me. ... (3 replies)

Double Vision
Oct 16, 2004
... My Double Vision And Floaters Started When I Had Mononucleosis,this Has Been Going On For 7 Months Now . My Double Vision Is Not As Bad Now Compared To What It Was 4 Months Ago, But My Floaters Are Worse Now Then They Were 4 Months Ago. ... (2 replies)
... L contacts for 13 years and recently decided to switch to AV2 disposables. My problem is that I am having EXTREME difficulty seeing at night when I am driving. My vision is not crisp and lights are blurred. It is bad enough that I am not even driving at night. ... (3 replies)
... My first time posting here. I had a very odd incidence last night and have been searching the web to see if I can find the answer. I'm a rational thinker and not an overreactive type or hypochondriac at all . ... (3 replies)
... so that's not an issue for me. But, especially, after the RD surgeries, when you get your vision back, I would pay them whatever rather than be ruined with a bad or no vision for life. I have really started respecting these surgeons now! It's money worth spent. ... (66 replies)
... This past Thursday at night time upon driving home I ended up getting really bad starbursts around streetlights and headlights. They were really long rays extending out from the lights. ... (0 replies)
... I began to notice random double vision which tended to be more noticeable with font or at night on the street signs and such... and only at a distance! ... (2 replies)
... Also symptoms of nightblindness and loss of peripheral vision are so subjective and can be so subtle in the early stages of the disease, that one can sometimes not be consciously aware of it as a patient. ... (2 replies)
... uestion my friends and family, etc. and all of the responses and information were so confusing and contradictory that it would make me panic even more. It got so bad that I made myself an eye appointment just to get my eyes checked out. ... (2 replies)
... can't seem to get any real answers. I'm not blaming anyone, but I'm getting really depressed as this has been going on for far too long. I seemed to get blurred vision almost overnight. I think it probably took a couple weeks to a month. ... (2 replies)
... hour trip and often enough I would travel in the dark. One night, coming BACK from University, I started to feel dizzy, not so much feeling unbalanced but more vision problems than anything. It was 3 am in the morning so I assumed it was tiredness and ignored it. ... (8 replies)
... I'm 54 and have been nearsighted since age 6. Wore contacts in my 20s but they were too painful to continue as I got older. My far distance vision is very bad and night vision getting worse. My BiFocals help me see the computer screens and auto dashboards along helping with the distant objects. ... (2 replies)
... vision. My vision is far worse than my cataracts and I'm out over 7000. I had to fly 5000 miles to have it done, all based on their dishonest promises! ... (12 replies)
... Started out as occasional lightheadedness about twice a week, then progressed to every day followed by ear and sinus pressure. Got real bad for about 2 to 3 weeks, then lightened up but still there. Had about 3 good days where I felt normal but tired..... ... (7 replies)
... I think you have Posterior Viteous Detachment below, but the eye doctor will confirm - I was diagnosed a few days ago. The only thing they don't mention is the headaches, which I get as well: What is Posterior Vitreous Detachment? Posterior Vitreous Detachment (PVD) is a common condition which occurs in about 75 per cent of people over the age of 65. As people get older... (6 replies)
... is thursday to long to wait. im only 18 so its not an aging thing but i am pregnant and have heard that can affect your vision but i dont know if it would do something like this. ... (6 replies)
... t me have the surgery and not require reading glasses afterwards. He measured my eyes told me that I would be amazed after my surgery since my cataracts were so bad and I have to say... after the surgery I was AMAZED!! There was color and bright colors at that. ... (19 replies)
... ed myself a little, then turned out the light and looked at the window again. Through both eyes it seemed normal, but again, when I covered my left eye, I had no vision at all in my right eye. Very gradually, I began to be able to see a little crack of light in between the curtains and the vision returned a little. ... (3 replies)


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