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Blurry Eyesight Diabetes
I feel hot & sweaty shaky happens many times to me I tested my sugar levels with Machine & it was 67 my eyesight seems a bit blurry todo I diabetes?
Presistent increased frequency of emptying bladder, urinating, as a symptom of a disease state. 2 types: Mellitus (high blood glucose) & Insipidus (inadequate anti-diuretic hormone). In Diabetes mellitus, the far more common, glucose concentrations are ↑ed due to combination of 8 organ system changes referred to as the "ominous octet" & aggravated by intake of sugars (simple & complex ...Read more
It's possible: More importantly, you can prevent worsening eyesight by controlling blood sugars. Although some vision loss from diabetes is reversible (cataracts, early swelling in the back of the eye), many changes become permanent with time and increased blood sugar levels. Tight blood sugar control can slow the vision loss to a near halt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ask your eye doctor: Hi. Only your ophthalmologist knows your retinopathy status. Have you had laser therapy to your eyes? Hemorrhage? Vitrectomy? I would certainly say diligently control your diabetes (blood pressure too). I hope it's not too late to save vision. See your ophthalmologist and endocrinologist, and get the facts and get your questions answered. Good luck! ...Read more
A few ways: Diabetes, whether it is type 1 or 2, can affect vision several ways: fluctuating blood sugars can cause the vision to blur in and out over days or weeks; dry eyes can develop which cause minute-to-minute vision changes; cataracts can develop, causing decreased vision and difficulty with glare; and the retina can develop bleeding, scarring and detachments, all of which cause permanent vision loss. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many possiblities: A common reason is a change in your blood sugars. Do you check them daily? There many other possible reasons. Have you seen an ophthalmologist recently? ...Read more
See below: Fluctuating blood sugars can cause vision changes (osmotic effect on the eye's lens). Also, diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of retinal blindness in the workin-age population. High blood sugar over several years causes retinal blood vessels to leak (causing a swollen retina), bleed, and scar over. Treatment includes laser, intraocular (intravitreal) medication, and vitrectomy surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lens swelling: Elevated blood sugar can result in swelling of the intraocular lens. Typically, this increases the power of the lens, making you more nearsighted. Normalization of blood sugar levels will usually reverse the swelling. If you are diabetic and noticing vision changes, you should, of course, see your ophthalmologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: While the most common cause of blurry vision is uncorrected eyeglass needs, diabetes can affect the clarity of the lens and the architecture of the retina with bleeding and vascular changes, all of which can cause blurriness. Diabetic should have an annual examination by an ophthalmologist as most of these changes are treatable if caught before permanent damage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sight is the sum of the light receptive and integrative capacity of the eye including best vision, color vision, night vision, depth vision, field of vision and the ability to track objects in motion. An ophthalmologist can measure these and determine the function of ...Read more
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