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Can New Glasses Make You Dizzy
Full time use: You should wear them full time for at least a week. If you are still having problems then return to the optician to see if they need an adjustment. If the problem still persists go back to the prescriber to see if a prescription modification is warranted. ...Read more
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Eye problems usually do not cause nausea and dizziness. You can get some dizziness from blurred vision I guess but the room should not spin.
Since all of these could be neurological symptoms you need to see a doctor if they persist or worsen. ...Read more
Yes: But if it lasts more than 2 or 3 days go back to the eye doctor and tell them. ...Read more
How long is the average time period you experience dizziness and off balance when first time getting new glasses?
I have a strange dizziness. The room isn't spinning. It's more like when I get new glasses for astigmatism. What could cause it? No headache
Vision has to adjust: The visual system is quite important in maintaining a sense of balance/equilibrium, & sensing "dizziness." This is because there are discrete connections between the optic nerves and the cerebellum as well as other areas of the brain important to control balance. When you get new glasses your eyes need time to adjust and the connections to the cerebellum need to "reset." ...Read more
Is it normal for a nearsightedness to feel a little dizzy or headache after fitting new glasses? It just increased by 100.
Change in glasses Rx: It is common to have some difficulty getting used to a new glasses prescription. Usually, this should get better in a week or two. If it doesn't, then you should have the glasses checked by the place that made them and have the prescription checked by the eye doctor that did the exam to make sure the power is correct. ...Read more
I got contacts for the first time a few days ago & I updates my prescription for new glasses. When I switch from contacts to glasses, my glases makes me dizzy, nauseated & gives me headaches.
I'm wearing 3 yr. Old prescription eyeglasses. I'm having dizziness, migraines, & lightheadedness almost everyday. Do I need new eyeglasses?
My past glasses were 300 but im using 375 con lenses, then now my glasses were 400 bc the dr. Recommend it that way is it normal for me to feel dizzy?
No: First things first. Are you dizzy w/o glasses or contact lenses? If not, then incorrect lenses might be causing dizziness (also get your family doc to check for other causes of dizziness). Go back to where your glasses/contacts where made/sold & ask for re-exam of eyes or re-evaluation of glasses/contacts. With that said, I will defer to my ophthalmology colleagues for their expertise. ...Read more
This needs: Prompt medical attention to determine the cause & tx. ...Read more
Many choices: This is a discussion to be had with your eye doctor. Usually, this discomfort will subside aas you become used to the new prescription. If not, you could consider not wearing glasses and wearing contacts instead or perhaps even laser vision correction. If these are not an option, changes in the material and shape of the glasses lens can sometimes help. ...Read more
I felt dizzy a lot mainly in the day sunlight and now that I'm wearing glasses for stamia could that have been the problem all this time cause I put the Glasses on no problem soon as took the Glasses off and watch so television notice some symptoms coming
I get really dizzy at night when using my glasses because it doesn't have the right prescription. How bad is it to continue using it?
See your physician: In my experience, vision issues and the wrong glasses are blamed for everything from headache to dizziness. Only rarely does this turn out to be the case. I suggest a visit to your doctor. And if it's been a long time since your eyes were checked, then by all means see your eye doctor, too. ...Read more
If your dizzy when looking around with eyes open and close your eyes and do same. Does it mean glasses are needed?
Why am I sometimes extremely dizzy after exercise? I work out frequently, eat well, drink more than 8x8 glasses of water a day.
Do you really need 8 glasses of water a day? I only have 2-3 cups of 100ml juice a day as I don't like water. I'm always dizzy, am I dehydrated?
Hydration: You could be dehydrated, however none of the doctors here at healthtap have very much medical history on you. We have not examined you or done lab tests. We are not be able to tell you. Do you have nice, clear urine or is it straw to brown colored? If you have dark urine that is a sign that you are not hydrating well enough. I suggest that you be assessed by your doctor for your chronic sxs. ...Read more
I drank 2 glasses of wine then took a sip of tabasco. I felt dizzy and fainted. What could be the reason? Is it vasovagal syncope?
Vasovagal syncope: This is a common cause of fainting. I doubt two glasses of wine would cause a fainting spell. Have some basic bloodwork done and get a doctor to examine you in person right away. Many doctors send patients who faint to the ER since it can represent a life threatening emergency. ...Read more
PVC, s w/low dizziness BP fluctuates 120/80-140/90 HR 75-90.Heart is good seen cardio. Slgt earache.2 y ago could read fin print now wear rding glasses?
Welcome to the club: As you approach 50, it's normal to lose near vision and require non-prescription reading glasses. This is due to the normal aging process and you can't prevent it, but you can pick up some terrific, lightweight magnifiers at Walmart for about six bucks. BP's normal. Everyone has PVCs. Sorry about your ear. ...Read more
I'm pregnant and my eyes were bothering me I went and got glasses now that I'm further along I'm having a lot of dizziness and my eyes hurt what to do?
Pregnancy vision: During pregnancy, vision may change due to hormonal and fluid changes. These can change the refractive power of the eye, thus the prescription glasses may lose their accuracy. While these changes may be short lived, vision changes may stem from more serious health changes (diabetes and high blood pressure) which can start or worsen during pregnancy. This makes prenatal care critical. ...Read more
Dizziness/ off balance ears feel pressured and occasionally hurt, suffer tmd, dizziness / off balance goes when wearing glasses (tere for reading/tv)?
ENT: Having a balance problem and ear pain is a concern that should first be seen by an ENT dr. Let him/her rule out specific ear issues before possibly consulting with a tmj/tmd specialist. ...Read more
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