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... I am a 50 year old male. I have been seeing ghost images for a while. This occurs in both eyes. Close either and the ghost is still there. Doesn't matter if I'm wearing my glasses or contacts. For the longest time I have pushed it off as blurred vision, but it seems to have gotten worse, and that's when I noticed it. I have seen an ophthalmologist and my optometrist. My... (0 replies)
... I've been to 3, ophthalmologists. They said my eyes were fine. Even with this gray blotch. I've read that my condition scleral melanocytosis is normal., harmless and ok. Happens to everyone. Even my classmates have them . so I ignore because it doesn't really affect my vision Please don't say " go to the doctor" I've already been to 3 I want to know if this is life... (0 replies)
... Well the LRI corrected the astigmatism in my left eye but not my right. My vision isn't as sharp in my right eye also. I was having a lot of glare in my right eye so I had the YAG laser procedure due to a secondary cataract in that eye. ... (1 replies)

... I have been having constant flashing lights/arcs in the left corner of my eye for 7 years. This is following an eye injury I had in 2007. I am highly myopic and have been to 4 different retinal specialists in Denver. None can see a problem with my retina and say it's vitreous traction or retinal traction. One doctor saw scarring but that's it. Otherwise they say my retina is... (30 replies)
... I'm just wondering if I need to have my eyes checked if my head hurts? I have been suffering everyday from blurry vision, then afterwards all I see is light and then that's when migraine starts. I feel nauseous afterwards, and I vomit all the time. Please help? :( (0 replies)
... always can find people with spinning vision, blurry vision, tunnel vision etc. but never with the shaky vision. ... (2 replies)
... Hi all, I am 27 years old male and I'm having vision issues. ... (0 replies)
... I thought I should jot down my retinal detachment/vitrectomy journey - it, perhaps, may help other patients to see the progress 1.5 and 2 years after the surgeries. I did see my surgeon last week, and, according to him, the silvery beads that I mentioned earlier are just remnants (scars?) of the laser treatment on the periphery during the vitrectomy surgery. Frankly, I still... (10 replies)
... I have been having a problem with my right eye for months now. I went to my optometrist several months ago and was told I had pink eye. He gave me a small bottle of drops to use but this hasn't solved the problem. My eye constantly waters but what is coming out is more of a sticky substance than tears. I also have those strings of stuff that form, block my vision, then I get... (0 replies)
... My husband has varifocals/multifocals and he has never gotten used to the image distortion on the periphery of his vision. He however has learnt to adjust and moves his head instead of his eyes when looking to the side. I only need near and distance sight, no intermediate so I thought bifocals would be the easier, and cheaper, option. I still think I am going to get used... (8 replies)
... Hey there! Im actually having the same problems. I've been referred to a neurologist and an ophthalmologist. I'm sure a neuro-opthalmologist would probably be the best bet haha. Have you tried that? I hope you feel better! :) (2 replies)
... It appears that varifocal in the UK is what we call progressive lenses in the US. It's 3 areas of vision - distance, a medium distance and then readers at the bottom. There are no lines on them. Bifocals have only 2 areas - reading and distance - and they have a line separating them that is visible when you look at the lenses. With either one, walking is an issue... (8 replies)
... It appears that varifocal in the UK is what we call progressive lenses in the US. It's 3 areas of vision - distance, a medium distance and then readers at the bottom. There are no lines on them. Bifocals have only 2 areas - reading and distance - and they have a line separating them that is visible when you look at the lenses. With either one, walking is an issue... (8 replies)
... You looked up for vision and down for reading. ... (8 replies)
... It started out just getting light spots, just like when you look at the sun and then get the dark spots in vision afterwards.. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Laura, Thanks for recounting your personal eye journey. And, hope that your retinas stay put! It just helps to open up sometimes as patients, and we know more and more about these things as each of us goes along in his/her journey in life, and we appreciate better and better the vision we have, whatever it may be, and the eye surgeons who, I think, are really god-sent. ... (10 replies)
... I am profoundly grateful for the vision I have! It is no longer something I take for granted. ... (10 replies)
... grayish beads swiftly moving in the lowest part of the vision for a second or so in both eyes. ... (10 replies)
... Its affected by lighting, too bright and it feels cloudy and doesn't see too well. Night vision in this eye is extremely poor. ... (10 replies)
... I cannot interpret your results, but I think the bottom line is this: Is your distant vision a big enough problem that you have trouble with important things, like reading street/highway signs, seeing a movie screen or TV clearly? If it is, I would get them, if not, and it really doesn't bother you, I would wait and get them later when it is clear you need them. That may be a... (1 replies)


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