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... when I get cataract surgery in future first one then the other rather than 'just doing one' because otherwise there would be too much of a difference between the vision in each eye. ... (5 replies)
Eye Discrepancy
May 21, 2018
... Hello! I've recently realized that I'm pretty much unable to look into a viewfinder of a camera–– if I have both eyes open, I have perfect vision, but if I close or cover either one, the other looks blurry. I don't believe I used to have this issue, as I was able to look through cameras fine. Any thoughts? Thanks! (1 replies)
Blind in one eye
May 18, 2018
... I'm currently blind in one eye because of several issues. I'm trying to find out my chances of getting my vision back. Hoping someone here has some experience or advice. ... (0 replies)

... By all means, if you need glasses, do get them. Have your vision tested and take the recommendation of the doctor. It is well worth it. ... (5 replies)
... exercise regimen and my vision is not rapidly deteriorating or had any vision loss. ... (5 replies)
... I sent you a PM as I have experienced something similar for over 2 years and have never found anyone else with this weird symptom. (1 replies)
... Hey all. After a bad case of the common cold in 2015 my nose got so stopped up that I began to sneeze out of my right eye. This soon went away, but ever since my right eye would tingle when I felt stressed or if I was getting sick. Fast forward to two years later, in late 2017 I began to feel an intense pressure on my right eye if I slept on my right side, as if gravity... (0 replies)
Eye floaters
May 4, 2018
... Haha no problem at all ! I'm a bit of an over worrier so always think the worst. But I really do take your advice on board and will indeed keep a close.... eye on the situation. Thanks again for replying and wish you all the best. (8 replies)
Eye floaters
May 4, 2018
... Sorry, I think I missed where they checked the back of your eye. I need to learn to read entire post before replying. I would think they would have seen an issue if they checked it. Please watch for any new symptoms though like a flurry of new floaters, flashes of light, shadows in peripheral vision. Those are what I encountered with the retina detachment. Take care, Jim (8 replies)
Eye floaters
May 4, 2018
... Get that under control and your vision may clear up. Tension of any kind is not helpful to the eyes. Are your eyes dry and 'burning'? ... (8 replies)
Eye floaters
May 4, 2018
... Hi So I know most people get floaters as I'm sure I've always had them, but the last couple of days I've noticed many more of them which just constantly swirling about my vision. I did go to the eye hospital a couple of weeks ago to have the back of my eye checked out as, it turns out I was only having a migraine, but having never had one before I got checked out just... (8 replies)
... s on this forum where the epiretinal membrane has been peeled and the patient got "gray spots" of no vision. I am thinking that it is better to keep my distorted vision than risk getting areas of no vision from peeling. That would be horrifying! What do other people say? ... (2 replies)
Terrible eyesight
Apr 28, 2018
... It doesn't always happen, I suppose, but I think it is typical that vision changes over the years. I sure do empathize, as I have worn glasses with no issue for a lot of years, but now correcting my vision is not straight forward. ... (1 replies)
Terrible eyesight
Apr 27, 2018
... but the vision has gone downhill over the past few years due to compensating for the left eye. ... (1 replies)
New glasses
Apr 24, 2018
... How would you approach or what would you consider in getting new glasses given the following circumstances? I have an IOL in both eyes and had my left lens repaired in December after it dislocated. My right eye has blurred due to the use of an antibiotic eye drop administered after a decades-old suture was removed from it. The suture was from a cataract surgery. My... (0 replies)
... store at least some of my vision. I'm doubtful, but I can hope. If nothing else, I hope to get answers. When I googled, one site said that one cause of double vision after vitrectomy is poor surgical technique, but that isn't the only possible cause. I'm glad to hear that your surgery went so well! ... (3 replies)
... Hello there. First of all, I hope you are seeing an ophthalmologist, not an optometrist. An ophthalmologist is a medical doctor...an optometrist makes glasses and basically thats all...they can test your vision to make those glasses, but 99% of them use automatic machines which "read" your prescription - rather than the old fashioned (and more accurate) way of trying... (3 replies)
... should I be concerned that my regular optometrist looked into my eye deeply when I called to say I saw a bubble at the edge of my vision and told me that there was no retinal involvement, just viscous fluid, and sent me home? ... (3 replies)
... t as clear and digital signs gave me almost double vision. In an attempt to save money, I went to Walmart Vision Center. My exam was fast and the Optometrist said I was Farsighted, gave me a script and told me to pick out frames. ... (1 replies)
... I've been having vision issue's in my left for over a month now. I've seen and eye doctor and an eye specialist and they cannot see anything wrong. ... (5 replies)


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