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A 34-year-old member asked:

loss of vision, earringing, kinda faint when standing up.too much lisinopril?

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Dr. Samuel Barone
Ophthalmology 22 years experience
Possible: However, you should discuss these symptoms with your primary medical doctor as there are other potential and more serious causes that should be investigated.
Dr. Melissa Neal
Ophthalmology 16 years experience
See your doctor: This something that you should be see your doctor about as soon as possible. There are a list of things that could be causing your symptoms. You should be seen by your doctor or go to the emergency room to be evaluated.

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How are common does cysticercosis affect the blurred vision?

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Cysticercosis: Cysticercosis is a parasitic infestation with humans as an inappropriate host. The parasites can set up residence anywhere in the body although they prefer the liver and the cns. If they get into the eye, they set up a terrific inflammation which can destroy some or all of the vision. It is a statistical issue but many infected have no symptoms so the actual percentage is not known.
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How can I prevent color blindness?

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Can't prevent it: Color blindness is a genetic disorder. That is to say, if someone is going to develop color blindness there is nothing that will prevent it because the occurrence of this condition is due to the chromosomes inherited at birth.
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Can you go blind from having watery eyes when chopping onions?

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A 50-year-old member asked:

Is it possible to get blind from having someone else's blood in your eye?

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NO: Blood splash incidents will likely not make you blind but there is a possibility of bloodborne transmission of diseases such as hepatitis and hiv. Wash your eye out, see your doctor for prophylactic treatment if indicated.

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