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How long after pvd will vision be cloudy?

How long after pvd will vision be cloudy?

No Clear Association: Pvd does not necessarily cause cloudy vision. The eye conditions which cause cause cloudy vision are cataracts and glaucoma. Pvd may cause loss of visual field through embolization and loss of blood flow to the retina (eye). Sometimes plaque from the carotid arteries will be the source and the can be seen in the back of the eye on an eye exam (holenhorst plaques). ...Read more

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Dr. Richard Bensinger
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Vision (Definition)

Vision is a feature of a person's brain that allows him to see. He must have normal eyes, optic nerves (that stretch from the eyes to the back of his brain), and visual cortex (the vision center in the brain), in order to see properly. An ophthalmologist is a ...Read more


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Cloudy vision in one eye since pvd. Should i drive?

Cloudy vision in one eye since pvd. Should i drive?

No: You need check up and treatment, it may TIA or some times called mini stroke, see your doctor or better go to er for work up and treatment, it will save you from getting real stroke. ...Read more

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Why did my vision worsen after pvd?

Why did my vision worsen after pvd?

Need more info: In what way is your vision worse? Is it correctable with glasses or change in glasses? Are things blurry all the time or episodic? Do you see a large shadow? Do you see a lot of floaters? Pvd can cause bleeding in the eye, retinal tears or detachments which can all affect your vision. Theoretically your anatomy can mildly change and affect your vision refractively... Your eyemd can better answer. ...Read more

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Is there any way I can stop pvd enough for now from causing permanent vision problems?

Is there any way I can stop pvd enough for now from causing permanent vision problems?

Complex question: Peripheral vascular disease or peripheral arterial disease can rarely cause visual problems. If you are at the point you have visual problems you may have significant neuro vascular disease. Please consult a vascular specialist for further workup and management. ...Read more

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Blurred vision after pvd?

Blurred vision after pvd?

Not common: A posterior vitreous detachment (PVD) is when the vitreous gel pulls away from the retina. The posterior aspect of the vitreous can be seen as a floater, often appearing like a spider web in the vision. In theory, if this floater obstructs the macula, or central retina, it could blur the vision. However, this is usually transient. If blurry vision is constant, get evaluated for retinal detachment. ...Read more

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I had pvd months ago and still have hazy vision - has anyone had this problem?

I had pvd months ago and still have hazy vision - has anyone had this problem?

Common problem: The first step is to be evaluated by an eye doctor to make sure you don't have any retinal problems that may have resulted in bleeding. Assuming that it is a pvd, you may have a floater in the center of your vision. It's annoying and can take 6 months or more to move out of the way, but there isn't much you can do about it. Fortunately, it's not dangerous. ...Read more

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My left eye can focus but my vision through it isn't very crisp after pvd, why?

Several reasons: A posterior vitreous detachment may "hover" or contract in front of the visual axis and thus cause blurring of your vision. Vitreous isn't always clear. It can have strands within it that are thicker and more visible and these are called vitreous debris or opacities. ...Read more

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Half moon like light on the lower half of right eye vision, comes and goes quickly any time of the day-not flashes exactly.Have pvd in that eye.Reason?

Half moon like light on the lower half of right eye vision, comes and goes quickly any time of the day-not flashes exactly.Have pvd in that eye.Reason?

Depends: Given your ocular history, i would see your ophthalmologist. I'm not sure why you had laser, because vitreous hemorrhage itself is not an indication. The underlying cause could have been a retinal tear, perhaps. I've seen patients with the same symptom you're describing who are found to have a localized retinal detachment. Please see your doctor. Don't wait! ...Read more

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Checked by retina specialist, no vitrious detached or pvd, vision 6/6 every thing normal, then why I got floaters, what may be the reason? I am 23.

Checked by retina specialist, no vitrious detached or pvd, vision 6/6 every thing normal, then why I got floaters, what may be the reason? I am 23.

Degenerative floater: Degenerative floaters are caused by vitreous changes with age/time, which can start at a young age, esp. if the eye is nearsighted. If there are sudden new floaters noticed under less light intensive circumstances, they might signal a retinal tear, and an eye exam is highly recommended -but in this case was already normal. ...Read more

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Problem in vision of right eye after diagnosis of pvd/ is that due to floaters or retinal tear now?

Problem in vision of right eye after diagnosis of pvd/ is that due to floaters or retinal tear now?

Could be: Could be tear, or simply you are appreciating the PVD more. If this is a change since you last saw the ophthalmologist, see him promptly. ...Read more

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For a while i've had eye floaters with pvd; recently, flashes with cough or move head in peripheral right vision; at times see shadow rgt eye peri.

For a while i've had eye floaters with pvd; recently, flashes with cough or move head in peripheral right vision; at times see shadow rgt eye peri.

See an eye doc ASAP: It sounds like you had a vitreous detachment (pvd)which is very common after age 50 or earlier if the person is myopic or had h/o an eye trauma. 90% people of the time the person has no issue except floater and occasional flashes for 2-4 months. About 10% of the patients may develope retinal tear or detachment. Since you have a new symptoms with periph shadow you need to see an ophth asap. ...Read more

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Temporary very blurry vision for 2 hours in pvd eye. Could it be a floater in the way? Vision ok now. No flashes or new floaters. No curtain or ve

Temporary very blurry vision for 2 hours in pvd eye.  Could it be a floater in  the way?  Vision ok now.  No flashes or new floaters. No curtain or ve

You have T I A: Need to see your doctor or go to er, is one of signs of trasient ischemic attach TIA or a mini stroke , carotid stenosis, most likely has high bp, elevated blood sugar. Must seek professional help immediately to prevent stroke and even death. ...Read more

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How long does it take to complete vitreous detachment to pvd full cycle in young high myope population, is da process cycle faster in young myopes?

How long does it take to complete vitreous detachment to pvd full cycle in young high myope population, is da process cycle faster in young myopes?

Full cycle?: The natural progression of vitreous detachment is simple in that the vitreous attachment come off the area of attachment where the retina ends. The vitreous contracts tugging on the retina, causing flashing light symptoms. This usually resolve and the vitreous floater can get smaller. Not really a cycle! timing is person to person, - can be days to weeks, high myopia is a risk factor ...Read more

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Hw long does posterior vitreous detachment usually take in 30-40 age group of high myopes according to your experience? Does pvd last a lifetime 4 dem

Hw long does posterior vitreous detachment usually take in 30-40 age group of high myopes according to your experience? Does pvd last a lifetime 4 dem

4-6 weeks; yes: Most often PVD takes 4 to 6 weeks to complete, but that time can vary greatly from instant to more than one year. Once the vitreous detaches, it does not ever reattach. There would be no advantage to the patient if it did. ...Read more

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In high young myopes, is there a chance of retinal detachment long after pvd is over?Do we have to live with floaters/flashes with the fear of rd

In high young myopes, is there a chance of retinal detachment long after pvd is over?Do we have to live with floaters/flashes with the fear of rd

Unfortunately yes: If you make it through your PVD without an rd, your risk becomes less. The flashes stop when PVD is completed. You may still have lattice retinal degeneration and corresponding risk of rd. Trauma and other causes initiate rd more often in high myopes. You can have preventative laser done to protect you from an rd stealing your vision. ...Read more

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What is the cure for pvd?

What is the cure for pvd?

No cure: Can be controlled or prevented to some extent. Quit smoking/ decreasing cholesterol, using blood thinners like aspirin, if needed bypass surgery. ...Read more

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What aspects of pharmacokinetics will be altered because of pvd?

What aspects of pharmacokinetics will be altered because of pvd?

None: Pharmacokinetics is the way drugs are broken down and removed from the body usuall by the liver and kidneys. Pvd is blocked muscle arteries. ...Read more

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I have pretty bad eyesight due to pvd, is there anyway to improve it?

I have pretty bad eyesight due to pvd, is there anyway to improve it?

Possibly: Bad eyesight can be due to many things not just pvd. I would recommend you see a primary care physician and possibly an opthomalagist for futher evaluation a treatment. At the very least, they can recommend some things to prevent the eye site from getting worse. ...Read more

Dr. Joel Gotvald
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Peripheral Vascular Disease (Definition)

A narrowing of the peripheral arteries to the legs, stomach, arms, and head--most commonly in the arteries of the legs. PAD is similar to ...Read more