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My Colour Vision Is Fading
My vision kept fading in and out to blurriness yesterday.told my Dr.she wants me to c a neuro doc.why?
She's ruled out that: Your problem is purely eye related, and want to make sure it is not relate to a possible neurology diagnosis. If she hasn't told you what it is, ask her. Also ask her for a neuro ophthalmology consult for comprehensive 2nd opinion evaluation. She can't diagnose a neurology diagnosis, because they have to run tests on you, or imaging first. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Head suddenly felt very warm inside.Vision appeared to dim and I felt like I was fading, but never passed out or lost any function. What could it be?
No: Neither should fade in normal aging. Near vision does "fade" in a condition called presbyopia. Loss of peripheral vision is sometimes due to serious conditions such as a retinal detachment or glaucoma or retinitis pigmentosa. Depth perception problems can be due to lose of vision in one or both eyes. ...Read more
Is this optical migraine? Flashing zig-zag @periphery of vision. Printed words distorted/stretched at periphery, like they're moving & fading in/out.
Have a retinal disattachment 8 yrs ago....now no eye vision....suggest some further treatment or solution....my eye black colour is fading down?
See ophthalmologist: It seems as if you have no vision in this eye despite attempts to repair the detachment. If there was trauma at the time, the eye can degenerate. We consider intervention for eyes that look bad or are hurting. See your ophthalmologist to assess your current situation and you should be seen regularly to protect the remaining eye. ...Read more
Lowered vision: If your 20/60 vision is best corrected, then there is some problem with your eye which limits the best acuity. If it is the best uncorrected, there may be some improvement even to normal with eyeglasses. The fraction 20/20 indicates the smallest print that can be seen at 20 feet while 20/60 means the normal can see them at 60 feet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Retinal changes, etc: Sparkles termed photopsias, can occur from changes in the character of the vitreous in the back of the eye mostly due to aging, but can also be due to retinal detachments, and some inherited retinal changes. They can also be a thing that occurs with migraines. You should visit your ophthalmologist if you have these symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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