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How Can You Get Temporary Blurred Vision What Can Cause It
Dry Eye Syndrome: The most common cause of temporary or fluctuating blurred vision is dry eye syndrome. Our tear production decreases by 60% from age 16 to age 60. Other causes of dry eye include various medicines, smoking, certain auto-immune diseases, environmental causes such as forced air heating and air conditioning. You should certainly see an eye md to rule out any serious causes. ...Read more
Temp blindness: If you are having temporary blindness, you need to get checked out by an eye specialist ASAP. Temporary blindness, also known as amaurosis fugax, can be a sign of impending stroke or other fatal or debilitating conditions. You may need a doppler ultrasound study of the carotid arteries. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Classical migraine: In many cases of complex migraine, visual loss or blurring of vision due to sparkling lights can precede the headache pain due to effects on the occipital lobe. Cluster headaches can result in changes in the pupil and even drooping of the eyelid. Tearing of the eye can obscure vision also. All of this is secondary to neurochemical changes triggered by glutamate excitatory sensitivity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Dermatitis is inflammation of the dermis, skin. There is no skin in your eye. However, you can have inflammation of other parts of your eye which can cause blurry vision. (cornea-keratitis, iris-iritis, retina-retinitis, sclera-scleritis, conjunctiva-conjunctivits) inflammation of the oil glands in your eyelids is called blepharitis and inflammation of the eyelid skin is called cellulitis. ...Read more
Take breaks: Computer vision syndrome is a term to describe common eye complaints in some ppl who use the computer for excessive periods of time. Symptoms include eye stain, dryness, headache, tearing, blurry vision and neck pain. This will not cause permanent eye problems, however if you experience these symptoms you should take breaks, use artificial tear drops and check your glasses rx with your eye doctor. ...Read more
Depends: The person could be near sighted or far sighted that needs glasses or contact lens to focus better. It depends on the patient needs and on the lasik surgeon evaluation. If the person is a good candidate and the person would like to be free of glasses or contact then lasik will be fine. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What to do if I have anxiety and depersonalization caused by it can this cause blurry vision in my rigjt eye?
No: Most likely not, please see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Double is double.: Double vision is more similar to the effect you get by crossing your eyes - you literally see two images of one thing. Blurry vision is a distortion of what you are seeing, maybe hazy or cloudy or something similar, but you see only a single image of anything. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Such an event is the result of a retinal artery occlusion and the result is loss of vision in the effected eye. As in a brain stroke, time is of the essence as far as initiation of treatment is concerned. Even with early treatment, only 20-30% of cases will retain useful vision in the eye. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
As long as the HA: Photophobia occurs in about 80% of migraines and resolves when the headache goes away. Prompt treatment of the migraine will relieve the light sensitivity. If over the counter medication does not work, your doctor may prescribe a migraine medication called a triptan such as imitrex, maxalt, relpax, (eletriptan) etc. ...Read more
What to do if I have blurred vision from pink eye. How long will it last and what can I do to help it?
Depends: If you have classic adult pink eye, which is viral, then you most likely have one of the viruses lasting 3-10 days with complete resolution. If you have one of the less common viruses which also cause immune deposits on the cornea (ekc) it might last longer and require short to long term topical steroids. The other type does not respond to antibiotics. Your ophthalmologist can diagnosis / treat. ...Read more
Eye warning signs: Some warning signs to look out for include: any decreased vision, redness, pain, sensitivity to light, double vision, tearing, and discharge. However, since you're concerned that you've done serious damage to your eye somehow, even if you're experiencing *none* of these symptoms, you should see an ophthalmologist, since some eye problems have no symptoms in the early stages. ...Read more
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