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Will a vitamin d deficiency make your eyes blurry and have double vision?

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No: No it does not. Have your eyes checked.

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Does anyone know if vitamin d deficiency will make your eyes blurry and have double vision?

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Dr. Theodore Wu
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Vitamin D and Eyes: There are few clear links between vitamin d deficiency and eye disease. An old report once discussed a potential link between age-related macular degeneration and vitamin d, but the recent areds and areds2 studies do not focus on this nutrient. Instead, there is greater emphasis on vitamins c, e, and zinc, as well as beta-carotene and lutein. Some people who lack vitamin d also lack vitamin a.

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