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When reading a book or looking at my computer, my vision becomes cloudy and black. should i be worried?

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Dr. David Kira answered

Specializes in Ophthalmology

The blackness should be differentiated from blurring. True blackness is a different problem and should be addressed immediately. The blur is usually caused by glasses or dry eyes. These are usually easy to remedy by on ophthalmologist.

Answered Feb 9, 2012

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Dr. Andrew Shatz answered

Specializes in Ophthalmology

It is not uncommon for vision to blur when reading or staring at a computer for a long time. It is less common to have vision black out when performing these tasks. See an eye doctor soon to evaluate the cause of the diminished vision.

Answered Mar 26, 2013

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