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Seeing Blue
Apr 7, 2006
... Elizabeth, I have two ideas. I looked up why Viagra causes some men to see blue. It has to do with the dilation of blood vessels in the retina. So, in your mom's case, it could have something to do with the blood vessels when she's lying down or just gets up. ... (4 replies)
... I recommend you see another ophthalmologist. IMO, your eyes should not be "permanently" blood shot red! ... (2 replies)
... I've worn contacts for pretty much every waking hour for the past 20 years or so. Unfortunately, I have found myself in a situation where my contact lens prescription is expired and I can't afford to have another eye exam until after the first of the year. ... (1 replies)

... Anyway, the double vision is constant now, mostly noticeable later in the evening. ... (2 replies)
... You probably are damaging them. Most likely you've got all kinds of blood vessels invading your cornea because your cornea isn't getting enough oxygen. ... (5 replies)
My eye problems
May 27, 2005
... because you only wore them a year!! But perhaps your eyes are trying to tell you something. At least give your eyes a break from the contacts once in a while andwear your glasses instead. ... (3 replies)
... I have macular edema due to leaking blood vessels in the retinal area. This was caused by diabetes. I remember my first symptom was blurriness in my left eye and when I closed my right eye and checked the license plate in front of my car, the numbers were slanted! ... (5 replies)
... white out, and I see them in the pitch black with my eyes shut. It started 30 years ago with only very few dots, and has suddenly got much worse. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, people with myopia see floaters a lot more than others. We don't necessarily have more of them, but we see them better because our eyes are elongated and thus the floaters have a better chance to collect in our field of vision. ... (18 replies)
... That's why I don't think my PCO is affecting my vision. I also read somewhere that if vision is worse in lower light, that could be PCO problems. But mine seems the same no matter what the lighting is. Just blurry up close and very clear for distance. ... (36 replies)
Any thoughts?
Feb 7, 2006
... you!going on for two years been to the eye doctor nothing wrong!went to the neo said I have bad headace!I just went back to the neo two days ago she looked in my eyes the blood vessels are swollen lots of pressure they are going to do a spinal tap tomorrow to relive pressure and to find out where the pressure is coming from. ... (3 replies)
... Hello, I got a new prescription for my glasses about 2 months ago because I was having trouble seeing across a room after having an 8 year computer job. ... (1 replies)
... I see very little weird stuff. The swirling you see, I think, is the entopic phenomenon. It is the ability to see your white blood cells moving about very fast in the blood vessels that lay in front of the retina. ... (14 replies)
... I saw this when the opthalmologist shone lights in my eyes too. ... (8 replies)
... Oh my gosh! I am so happy to find another person with this problem! I have been very anxious about my vision in the last few months. This is one of the phenomena that I have been seeing. ... (12 replies)
... There is a lot going on in the brain when you have a migraine. It causes spasms of the blood vessels, it affects the nerves, and blood flow. It takes awhile to recover from this. ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: diplopia, double vision, floaters, pain

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