... however, I have none of your other eye conditions, but my RD's did cause mild to severe vision loss when they happened. So, perhaps, my progress and current condition may not exactly predict yours. But it's a case history you may want to know... ... (3 replies)
... shelves, after correcting your vision with your normal glasses, if you have any? ... (6 replies)
... t feel like I got an exam at all when I needed one most. Is this normal? ... (0 replies)
... Or, since your vision is now relatively sharper, do the words start appearing more wiggly than before? ... (5 replies)
... vision and should visit a eye doctor. My dad needed glasses after 50 and mom after 55. My brother is one year older and does not wear glasses. ... (0 replies)
... You indicated glasses sometimes have to be adjusted because they hurt. What exactly is it that they "adjust" and what causes the pain? ... (15 replies)
... They're nice. I can definitely see more sharply than I can without them, and distance is much easier along with things that aren't even that far away like the computer. ... (15 replies)
... If you can see better with glasses, you made the right decision. It would be more useful if you could tell us what your prescription is, eg. ... (15 replies)
... m having a real problem seeing, so I went to the optometrist and she got really upset and then said the problem was that she can't make it any better. Ok, there is a comforting thought. What does that mean? ... (2 replies)
... I've heard that once you start wearing glasses your vision rapidly gets worse. Is this true? ... (0 replies)
... Keela, now you have me wondering. My doctor likes to have me do the angiogram every few months to see what is happening. He says he needs this particular test as it shows the condition of the circulation in the eyes. ... (11 replies)
... Myopia is commonly detected by reading a Snellen eye chart from a distance of 20 feet. ... (5 replies)
... Sometimes admitting that you have trouble counting fingers is embarrasing! ... (38 replies)
... Keratoconus has no known cure, and many people do not even know they have it because it begins as nearsightedness and astigmatism. It is a progressive disorder that may progress rapidly or sometimes take years to develop. ... (1 replies)
... I have no idea what that means. ... (6 replies)
... Hi...My heart goes out to you. I don't know what you have, maybe you should see an
opthamologist. I had bulging eyes and it turned out to be Graves eye Disease.
I ended up haveing to have surgery for this 2 times but it was very successful and my vision is 20/30 and 20/50. I only need glasses to read and drive.
Best of luck to you and I hope you get some answers.
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... holes test did not improve it either. Fortunately, earlier vision stereoscopic issues have gone away, however, I still have slight "wavy" vision in that eye, and was planning to go to an optometrist and see if refractive lenses will improve it any further. ... (5 replies)
... wiggly" part of your vision, assuming your visual acuity is coming back. ... (20 replies)
... I have a post above detailing my struggles with recovery from PTK and my vision can be fairly bad one day and completely blurred the next. This has been going on for four weeks this upcoming Thursday. ... (1 replies)
... Ten years later my vision deteriorated and wavy lines etc...from retina scaring. All issues are from our stretched eyes. What is your RX? ... (66 replies)