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Does Anyone Else Have Problems With Contact Lens And Double Vision
Double vision.: The question to be addressed is, is this a new condition that has occurred with wearing of the contacts and do you also have it when you wear your glasses. The answer to these two questions is important for a proper explanation and assessment. I would suggest seeing an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
A medical emergency: If these are new symptoms and came on rather fast, i would suggest getting to the er fast--call paramedic (don't drive yourself as you are not seeing well). I fear that you possibly having a stroke at this time. Other neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis may cause same, but i would not take that chance at this time. Please get evaluated asap. Best of luck to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: How and when did this occur? Is it constant or intermittant? Or under your control? Is it traumatic, or due to vascular problems in the head? Or a residual effect of childhood eye misalightment? Or due to a growth or something behind the eye which displaces the eye like thyroid disease? You need this evaluated by your ophthalmologist ...Read more
Double vision: See your eye doctor to determine whether the double vision is due to an optical problem such as astigmatism that can be corrected with glasses. Alternatively this could be an eye alignment problem and an eye doctor needs to determine why this occurred and whether any tests need to be done to figure our why. ...Read more
What causes double vision at near distances within a short time, there is no problem with eyesight the opthalmalogist says, could it be vascular probl?
Palsy : A superior oblique palsy can cause this. The most common cause of a palsy is a micro vascular occlusion from diabetes or hypertension. Glasses and large difference in prescription between the two eyes may cause double also when looking down through the reading portion. If micro vascular it usually resolves within 3 months. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heart and Eye: Heart disease can predispose a person to strokes, which can affect the eye by causing partial or full vision loss, or can affect the brainstem, which controls eye movement via several cranial nerves. If the brainstem is involved, double vision may result. Anyone with vision loss or sudden onset double vision should call 9-1-1 and go to the er at once. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Usually double vision is divided into monocular or binocular (eye alignment), and then eye alignment can be affect by the muscle (weakness or overaction) or mechanical issues affecting muscles (orbit) vs. Neurological input to the muscles, or a brain problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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