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Can Lupus affect your eye sight?

Can Lupus affect your eye sight?

Yes: Lupus can affect the eyes in many ways. It can cause dry eyes inflammation of the eye. Cause retinal issues. So yes it can affect eyesight ...Read more

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Glasses (Definition)

Glasses is a term that describes a pair of lenses that are placed in a frame to be worn to correct faulty vision ...Read more


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Can dry eye cause affect your vision?

Can dry eye cause affect your vision?

Yes: Dry eyes can cause your vision to be blurry and not correct with glasses or contacts. Using re-wetting drops can be helpful as well as having plugs inserted, but i would recommend seeing your opthomologist for a check-up as there may also be another cause for your vision changes. ...Read more

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Will glasses will affect my hand eye coordination?

Will glasses will affect my hand eye coordination?

NO: Eye / hand coodination is a motor skill that can be enhanced through training - training would depend on the purpose. For instance - eye hand coordination for a baseball player - field ball, transfer hand and throw . Some people are better than others, and likely there is a limit as to what training can do, but certainly it works. ...Read more

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How can polycoria affect the eyes?

How can polycoria affect the eyes?

Polyopia: Polycoria, meaning many pupils, is a rare ocular condition. People who have it have see multiple images when looking at something. ...Read more

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Do eyeglasses adversely affect your peripheral vision?

Do eyeglasses adversely affect your peripheral vision?

No: Eyeglasses can block a little of the peripheral vision depending upon the design of the eyeglasses. They will not affect the true peripheral vision internally of the eyes. ...Read more

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How does aging affect your eyes?

How does aging affect your eyes?

Several ways: As you age, you will get cataracts. Your eyes may become dry, you may develop blepharitis (eyelid issues), your cornea may develop a blue ring and your sclera (white part) may darken. Then, of course, your risk of glaucoma and macular degeneration goes up as well. ...Read more

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Will eye exercises heip the problem of lazy eyes?

Will eye exercises heip the problem of lazy eyes?

Rarely!: Eye excercises rarely are helpful. In few cases only it has been shown to help. Please see a pediatric ophthalmologist who may direct you towards better options. ...Read more

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How does interocular lens affect eye color?

How does interocular lens affect eye color?

It doesn't: The eye color is determined by the pigmentation of the iris. The intraocular lens is placed behind the iris after removal of the cloudy lens (cataract). When you are looking at (or through) the lens, you are seeing the pupil of the eye, which appears dark. Some types of lens implants can cause some reflections or glistening appearance, but they do not change eye color. ...Read more

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Can wearing an eye patch, closing one eye, improve vision and minor eye lag/lazy eye in other eye? How much training would it take to improve

Can wearing an eye patch, closing one eye, improve vision and minor eye lag/lazy eye in other eye? How much training would it take to improve

Possibly: If you had patching when you were an infant and a young child, then your eyes (each alone) may have reached their best potential vision by age eight. The vision can then drop in one of the eyes and be brought up to its best 8 year old level when you are older. If the vision was poor by age eight, then you are out of luck. ...Read more

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Do sunglasses adversely affect your vision?

Do sunglasses adversely affect your vision?

No: They can make vision better in bright light and improve comfort as well. They might protect the eye somewhat against uv light. They will not cause a decrease in your underlying vision. ...Read more

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What causes ptosis in your eye? Will it affect your vision?

What causes ptosis in your eye?  Will it affect your vision?

Several causes: Ptosis is a droop of one or both lids. If unilateral is can be thyroid disease, inflammation, muscular dysfunction, eye surface inflammation, and rarely tumors. If in both lids it can be thyroid, muscular disease, residual from childhood dysfunction, inherited issues. If severe droop, the vision can be impaired. Some are from benign causes. See your ophthalmologist for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Does glaucoma affect nearsightedness or farsightedness?

Does glaucoma affect nearsightedness or farsightedness?

No: Nearsighted and farsighted people may have different incidences of the various types of glaucoma, but the need for glasses is not causative nor is the need changed by having glaucoma. ...Read more

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Can glasses make color-blindness worse?

Can glasses make color-blindness worse?

No: Color blindness is a genetic defect and not influenced by whether or not your wear glasses. ...Read more

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How does diabetes affect your eye sight?

How does diabetes affect your eye sight?

Vision changes: Many ways, but fluctuating sugars can even blur vision just due to osmotic changes in the lens from sugar byproducts. Retinal hemorrhage and edema can also decrease vision. Cataracts form faster. Regular eye exams are key to preventing vision loss. ...Read more

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