... shape. I am very near sighted so I wear glasses. I had to change glasses because my measurements had changed after the episode. I think my eyes were dilated to look deep inside. My vision was definitely affected. ... (6 replies)
... I can think of two possible explanations for your vision change. I believe there's a general tendency for myopia to improve slightly around your age. ... (10 replies)
... In the last week and a half I have had the experience two separate times when my vision was very distorted. I am near sighted and of course wear corrective lenses. ... (1 replies)
... It does not sound like optic neuritis...something an optometrist would have seen during the course of an eye exam. The 20's are a prime time for vision changes. Mine did. ... (5 replies)
... In November 2011, I experienced sudden change in field of vision. with my eyes open I see a large black spot just under the center vision and white flashing squiggly lines. when I look out my left eye its the black oval and the white lights appear to be in my right eye. ... (0 replies)
... Around March of this year, these changes became more severe. About three weeks after my regular exam I had a sudden change in my vision. I returned to my Optometrist and asked to have my eyes retested. The Optometrist measured a very large change in my prescription. ... (0 replies)
... and about two months later had a sudden vision change with very blurry vision. I went to eye doc, and had to have a significant perscription change with glasses, including bifocals, so she ordered a "field of vision" test, and seems Ive lost the field of vision in my right eye, to the "nasal side". ... (4 replies)
... what was your prescription before your vision improved? ... (10 replies)
... up vision has not changed, so he recommended I just get half glasses, especially for my work. ... (10 replies)
... At least it's a change for the better. ... (10 replies)
I'm wondering if the use of the simple magnifying glasses for reading in bed has somehow effected my eyes and this is the result....I was going to make an appt. with an optometrist, but now I think I'd better discuss this with my optomologist. It is kind of scary to need glasses for decades and almost suddenly I can't were them! (10 replies)
... whose prescription would change from day to day. He was forever getting new glasses. I don't think the doc ever gave him a good explanation of why. ... (10 replies)
... I would say you have a miracle then with your eyes and hope that this continues with you . I would ask the doctor or tell him . I don't know what would cause the sudden change shorter them a miracle . ... (10 replies)
... distant objects still appear sharp and clear. I don't know if this sudden clearer distant vision will last as I can sense for a nanosecond my eyes shifting into focus for those distant objects. ... (10 replies)
... shape change effecting my vison. ... (10 replies)
Well, not sure what you mean by distorted. Was wondering if you were seeing any type of zig-zag lights that move around, then go away? If it's something like that, you may have ocular migraines.
Could you explain your symtoms further? Lots of great help here, but a little more info might help.
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... Canada's health ministry said it was likely to change the product information for the three drugs. Earlier this month the U.S. ... (30 replies)
... ejdwyer, isn't it just dry eye syndrome that you have there?
I'm only 22 years old, and I have dry eye syndrome. I used to stare at computer monitor for a long time, but I really don't think monitors cause this kind of symptoms.
For example, most people who use computer for a long time don't develop dry eye syndrome. Even though it can aggrevate dryness, it's only... (10 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)
... Sorry,it was an optometrist who looked at me. I do have an appointment next month to look at my retina more closely.
I could be more focused on my right eye and over-compensating, (and I tend to be a bit of a hypochondriac), but it's so random. Sometimes, it's in bright lights, other times, it's a night when I'm sitting in the kitchen.
Could it be this is the slight... (4 replies)