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... cloudy that it feels so awkward to leave both eyes open cause what they are both seeing are drastically different. It's as if my left eye is looking through water or glass. In the hopes of letting it heal itself, I left it closed all day while trying to get some rest. It is 4am now and it's still hazy and cloudy. ... (1 replies)
... I think you are right about the focusing thing. It can be irritating to say the least. Its sometimes feels like I am looking through water under these conditions. Like both my eyes are panning the patterns to get the "whole picture". If I go up close to the pattern it goes away. ... (4 replies)
... I had Lasiks 4 days ago and my left eye feel liks I have a contact in it with the wrong prescrpition. Distance vision is fine, but close up you can tell, and it looks like I am looking through water in my left eye. Is this normal, or does it mean that my flap moved? ... (0 replies)

... Not sure if this falls within vision problems or something else. ... (1 replies)
Watery vision
Mar 24, 2006
... ightly distorted and dark, did have to squint a bit in bright sunlight, im only 36 so am not sure what this may be any ideas, i do wear specs for near sight,like looking through watery film? ... (2 replies)
... I had a similar experience, and it seemed like I was underwater, looking through wavy water. Is that anything like what you experienced? ... (5 replies)
... Since this happened to you last April, I am hoping if you can tell me what happened to your vision now. Did the distortion, wavy line, double vision improved? ... (15 replies)
Wavy Vision
Jan 25, 2002
... g since yesterday. My eyes can focus and it isn't really blurred vision. When objects are still it doesn't bother me but when they are moving they have an almost water effect to them. As if I am looking at them through water. ... (8 replies)
Vision Anomaly
Sep 27, 2016
... I recently went through a relatively traumatic experience in August. I lost a pet that was very special to me and I lost her in a very bad way. ... (0 replies)
... enough with some street light coming in. With my first look at them I was in horror. They were all distorted and their coat was dong a swirling and moving thing. Like long tall grass that is moving with a high wind. Swirling and moving back and forth, all directions. ... (3 replies)
... hree types of spots now that happen in particular situations. The first are the random black spots and shapes that appear in my peripheral and sometimes central vision that flash when blinking and fade over roughly 20 minutes. ... (34 replies)
Detached Retina
Oct 12, 2010
... of the gas bubble left. I would like to know how long it will take for the whole bubble to disappear and what to expect with my vision. The Doctor is very vague. ... (3 replies)
... this is like my second time... hopefully this is some helpful information? ... (5 replies)
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... I'm not suggesting this, but it seems rational that if you are able to get through the days without contacts and resulting RCEs why not give your eyelids a break and protect your cornea at night when you RCEs are more likely? ... (88 replies)
Is this normal?
Oct 16, 2005
... Hey all, A few weeks back I had a really bad hangover and I noticed that it actually impacted my vision during that day. ... (2 replies)
... Since the last four months I have had a sudden onset of vision problems. I will try to summarize these as much as I can since all the opthamologists think my eyes or OK but I do not feel so. ... (3 replies)
... Have you tried anything like Tears Again Gel Drops? ... (3 replies)
... e cuaterization of the tear ducts, that the tears are welling up in the front of my eyes, in the lower lid. I would rather have that than no tears at all though, like I had before. For me, it is like trying to look through a puddle of water. ... (5 replies)
... I don't think there is anything to worry about at this time. But if you are a worrywart, then perhaps an examination will give you the peace of mind. Our brain is really smart, it will eliminate what we don't need to see, and floaters fall into that category. It may still be floating around but happens not to be in your line of sight while you look at bright background. ... (5 replies)

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