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... Well, it's not unusual for someone in your age group to have fairly sudden changes in vision, even without all the problems you have. ... (4 replies)
... The retina looks fine and I don't have to see him again unless..."sudden changes in vision that my glasses will NOT correct or a "curtain" effect appears over the eye". But he stressed in all likelyhood this shouldn't happen. ... (28 replies)
... Or are you relying on an annual measurement. Sometimes changes in eye pressure can bring about changes in vision... ... (4 replies)

... About a year ago, following a car accident which may or may not be part of the cause, I began to notice that my eyes seemed to be having trouble adjusting for changes in light intensity. ... (0 replies)
Diabetic Eyes?
Sep 6, 2003
... Diabetes can cause sudden changes in vision. Do you have any retinal problems? ... (3 replies)
... For about the past two years I have noticed I have been having changes in my vision. ... (0 replies)
... Experience change in vision or in your ability to walk, general weakness, NUMBNESS, or loss of senses. ... (20 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)
... My flashes are a result of a very bad fall in February. I developed PVD's. I've been seen my an ophthalmologist twice to insure no injury to the retina. ... (28 replies)
Sudden eye changes
Apr 26, 2009
... A little over a year ago my vision suddenly changed. Since that time, my vision seems a little darker, there was also some mild pain and discomfort behind my eyes associated with the event. ... (2 replies)
... If you were in the military, you can be seen at a VA hosptial. ... (3 replies)
Watery vision
Mar 24, 2006
... doctor, preferbly an opthalmologist. If what you are seeing is something like "dirty water", it may be possibly you have some bleeding into the eye from a tear in the retina or ruptured blood vessel. Is the dirty water brownish looking? ... (2 replies)
... prone as me, then this explains why you are so darn observant to your vision as I am. I believe anxiety and hypersensitivity go hand in hand. ... (12 replies)
... stress, this vision stuff always gets me anxious again. It's a vicious cycle. ... (12 replies)
... that was brief. It happened several times and mostly when I was in a sleepy state. ... (5 replies)
... I don't know what to make of your sudden vision change, except to ask if your doctor checked your eye pressure or did a visual field test. ... (6 replies)
... It's always a good idea to have an eye exam if you notice ANY vision changes. For one, it will alleviate any fears you have about what is going on, and two, if there is a problem going on, it's best to find it early. ... (17 replies)
... blepharitis isn't bad, I can read our car license plate very clearly, and everything looks sharp without glasses in that eye! I wonder if a cataract can cause you to suddenly go from near to far? ... (67 replies)
Square One Again
May 23, 2005
... ring. I just hope I can take the stuff that long! The last time I took it for a sinus infection, I had to bail out on it. It began to affect my anxiety, which in turn, hit my stomach. I've taken it for years for different infections, and did well with it. I'll be taking it twice a day, the 100mg. size. ... (18 replies)

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