A 44-year-old male asked:
What can cause monocular diplopia to get worse?
2 doctor answers • 2 doctors weighed in
Ophthalmology 32 years experience
Monocular diplopia is usually caused by the optics of the effected eye. Conditions such as keratoconus, irregular astigmatism, cataracts, corneal scarring are among the causes of this condition. I suggest a complete exam by a Ophthalmologist to diagnose and treat your problems.
Answered Jul 04, 2021
Specializes in Retinal Surgery
I agree with above. In addition, retinal problems such as an epiretinal membrane (macular pucker) can also cause monocular diplopia. Evaluation by an ophthalmologist is indicated
Answered Jul 05, 2021
Last updated Jul 8, 2021
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