... I had completely lost vision in one eye, due to the density of the cataract, and the other eye was becoming worse, vision wise. I didn't feel I had a lot to loose. Being blind in one eye, and having trouble seeing out of the other. ... (4 replies)
... I'm still looking for answers. Because my vision has become much worse, I am tempted to throw caution to the winds and get the surgery done despite my misgivings. ... (4 replies)
... Did you ever find out what was wrong?? I am having the same exact problems, and my depth perception feels way off. (3 replies)
... My eyes have a hard time focusing and this been going on for 3 years already. My symptoms is describe by this on and off blur vision problem and my retina is normal. The strabimus specialist gave me atropine to try but every time I go off on the drug the spasm return. ... (0 replies)
... My son was diagnosed with congenital fourth nerve palsy at 1 years old. He needed surgery and it fixed his head tilt, and diplopia. He no longer head tilts and his pupils are beautifully settled in the middle of the eyes when looking straight ahread. We were finally able to have a photo of him for our holiday card where he was finally able to look normal.
It's been a year... (0 replies)
... Don't mess with an eye infection. It may go away by itself, but by the time it does your vision might be compromised. If it gets to the interior of the eye that can result in a lot more expense and possible loss of vision. ... (1 replies)
... when i grew older i myself noticed tht my left eye deviates sometimes more , and sometimes not so much . plus there is decreased left eye vision . again at age 11 i was taken to doctor . ... (0 replies)
... About 9 months ago I woke up and my left eye was in stinging, searing pain. It went away, and my vision has been unaffected, but since then I've had dry eyes in both eyes. ... (7 replies)
... I've been having vision problems with my left eye for the past few weeks. ... (0 replies)
... uick question and was wondering if any of you can help with an answer. I've been having some weird things happening with my eyes. I'm experiencing a change in my vision as well as experiencing some "flashing lights" in the periphery of my eyes. ... (0 replies)
... I have an anisometropic amblyopia in my right eye. I am about 20/80 in that eye. I am about 20/15 in my left eye.
I was just reading about revital vision, is it a gimmick, or worth trying to get 2-3 more lines? Has anyone here ever tried it?
I have some glasses, would it help to use them all the time, to gain a few lines for my right eye? Or is it pointless, since my... (0 replies)
... Hopefully the injection will work and no surgery will be required. my central vision is not too bad, with glasses and thankfully my "good" eye, I'm able to work and continue doing everything I was before. ... (3 replies)
... I guess that is my greatest fear that I will receive the injection and my vision will be less than ideal. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Armstead,
I had to have a vitrectomy for this problem, check all the risks before you get the injection, if they are not to great , it maybe worth a try instead of surgery.
The surgery is a big deal, (I had to keep my head down for about two weeks) and then I had to have cataract surgery a year later, so if there's anyway this new drug will help the vitreous slip off the... (3 replies)
... From what I have read, vision outcomes are best if this problem is surgically repaired, or pharmacologically managed early following diagnosis. I am still in shock over this diagnosis. ... (3 replies)
... Please get to the eye doctor. I have this and the doctor saw a tear in my retina. If left in treated you can go blind (1 replies)
... Hi i know floaters are permanent i see mainly the black stringy stuff amd the clear dots if i look in the sky i want to know whats causing my other vision problom which is like an out of focus like bluriness is this part of the floaters stuff and my vision the blury side is permanent as well or is it possibly my sinus causing that (1 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear of your distress. I'm dealing with double vision. It started around the time I had a sinusitis infection. Of course, my neuro doesn't see the connection, but I do. In your case, if you can see clearly out of one of your eyes, you might need to wear a patch on the other one. That's what I'm doing now. I read online where sometimes the symptoms have to run its... (1 replies)
... Since you said that when you press your eyeball, but you are "not" wearing glasses, your vision improves, your prescription lenses must be providing the same correction that pressing your eyeball does. ... (2 replies)
... So, if what I am saying is true, you may simply need a new prescription for your glasses. So, go see the optometrist to check what your vision is without pressing the eyeballs. ... (2 replies)