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... I'm a 17 year old male, who has taken medication high in Vitamin A and wear glasses. I recently bought a car and have been driving often at night, whereas before, I rarely ever did. ... (3 replies)
... Hi I am here to tell you that you are not alone with this. I have Night blindness and it is treatable. ... (3 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)

... 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)
... dryness, starburst, poor night vision, blurred vision, double and triple vision, pain when in bright light. I think my vision has continuously declined since the surgery and now I hear I have to go back to wearing glasses. ... (1 replies)
... I am profoundly grateful for the vision I have! It is no longer something I take for granted. ... (10 replies)
Double vision
Feb 28, 2011
... However, I did not have any problems as a child and received regular vision checkups, so I know that I did not have lazy eye. ... (13 replies)
... Like MrsShahidKapur's father, I was having trouble seeing when driving at night. ... (10 replies)
... in the other eye. Never worried about my vision for a day until 2 years ago, when I got off work, and noticed halos around the streetlights. ... (3 replies)
... ntact lenses without any problems. Around the age of 23, my eyes started to get really dry and soft contacts became difficult to wear and were not correcting my vision properly. My eye dr. at the time fit me for gas permeable lenses and what a difference it made in my vision! ... (6 replies)
... ylinder taking care of the astigmatism. With the monovision lenses, my distance clarity is especially weakened at night, so much so that I resort to glasses for night driving. ... (5 replies)
... Driving and watching television I have another pair of glasses. At night, since my surgery, I have very poor vision because there are huge starbursts from every light that obscure anything near the light. ... (6 replies)
... flashing. It wouldn't be so bad if it was just at night, but the daytime glare makes my otherwise sharp vision seem blurry. ... (36 replies)
Cataract Surgery
Jan 24, 2006
... Also, I cannot recommend having the surgery if your main problem is night driving and halos. The lenses now on the market are very poor for night driving and halos. The ReZoom and the Tecnis are trying to address this issue, but no real success has yet been achieved. ... (4 replies)
... And you will have a lot of glare when driving at night. ... (323 replies)
... I forgot to mention that if a bright light is shone in my eyes, say, if a car with headlights blazing is driving towards me at night, these "shadow images" disappear. Could this possibly therefore be a problem with pupil dilation? ... (2 replies)


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