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My eyes keep going blurry only for a few seconds been going on for like two weeks now?

My eyes keep going blurry only for a few seconds been going on for like two weeks now?

Sudden Blurry Vision: Painless transient episodes of blurry vision can be caused by many things at your age. Most frequent is dry eye, then blepharitis and perhaps floaters from a pvd. Whenever something alters the surface of your eye, vision can blur. One thing not to forget is to be checked for diabetes if this happens. Most importantly, be seen by your local eye specialist to help determine cause. Do not ignore. ...Read more

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I am 25 but my eyes go blurry after reading for awhile?

I am 25 but my eyes go blurry after reading for awhile?

Blurred vision in a: Healthy young person without other known ocular disease usually is due to uncorrected refractive error or dry eyes. Again, this is if there is no other ocular disease process ongoing. Try using lubricating eye drops to minimize any surface dryness leading to blurred vision. If this does not help then a good exam with a refraction for spectacles will be necessary. ...Read more

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Is it bad for your eyes when you make your vision go blurry?

Is it bad for your eyes when you make your vision go blurry?

Not: I assume you are talking about voluntary convergence in which the eyes move centrally and the focus diminishes. This gets tiring but is not harmful. ...Read more

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My eyes sight going blurry maybe it's too sensitive. Any exercise for eyes?

My eyes sight going blurry maybe it's too sensitive. Any exercise for eyes?

Get moving: At 20, it is unusual to have problems commonly associated with blurred vision such as cataracts. It might be something simple like the need for corrective lenses/glasses. However, I personally would have my 20 year old start walking in the direction of an ophthalmology office for an eye exam. ...Read more

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When I move my eyes left to right or up and down my vision goes blurry it lasts for about 1-2 seconds and then clears up. What could cause this?

When I move my eyes left to right or up and down my vision goes blurry it lasts for about 1-2 seconds and then clears up. What could cause this?

May be normal: The vision may blur briefly with rapid eye movement normally. Sometimes the eyes have to re-fixate and re-focus when looking from one point to another. Some people have a type of glasses prescription that they have to focus in (farsightedness or hyperopia), and there may be a lag time in focusing with this condition. An eye exam and clear this up and rule out any possible problems. ...Read more

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I just noticed that when I move my eyes left to right like looking around a room my vision goes blurry for 1-2 seconds then clears up what is this?

May be normal: The vision may blur briefly with rapid eye movement normally. Sometimes the eyes have to re-fixate and re-focus when looking from one point to another. Some people have a type of glasses prescription that they have to focus in (farsightedness or hyperopia), and there may be a lag time in focusing with this condition. An eye exam and clear this up and rule out any possible problems. ...Read more

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For the last two weeks I have found that sometimes when I blink my eyes go blurry for a few seconds and then return to normal I am also short sighted?

For the last two weeks I have found that sometimes when I blink my eyes go blurry for a few seconds and then return to normal I am also short sighted?

Dry eye: Your cornea is responsible for 2/3 of the focusing ability of your eye. If its dry, the surface can be irrgeular and cause blurred vision until you blink, re-wet it, making it smooth and better able to focus light. If this persists, have your eye doctor check it. ...Read more

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I find myself difficult to focus (I can keep eyes focused but I need willpower to do it), major problem is that eyes goes blurry when is relaxed, help?

I find myself difficult to focus (I can keep eyes focused but I need willpower to do it), major problem is that eyes goes blurry when is relaxed, help?

Anxiety disorder: Is state of tension, apprehension, worry, uneasiness or fear. It may be related to anticipated danger or arise for no apparent reason. While mild episodes of anxiety are common and do not usually require treatment, more severe forms can be chronic and debilitating. Hope it helps. ...Read more

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Will the blurryness from my eyes from using zylet go away?

Will the blurryness from my eyes from using zylet go away?

Most likely: You should see your eye doctor to determine the cause of blurry vision. Most likely this will go away on its own but if the blurry vision is from infection or high pressure this needs to be treated to avoid further vision loss. See your eye doctor! Until then, use artificial tears to wash the eye out and lubricate the eye. Feel better! ...Read more

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Eyes are blurry and they hurt to keep blinking; what's wrong?

Eyes are blurry and they hurt to keep blinking; what's wrong?

Many possible causes: Dry eye is the most common cause of eye irritation and can make your vision blurry. Often it feels better to keep them closed. In severe cases there is pain with blinking. See an ophthalmologist for an evaluation. ...Read more

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What to do if my eyes go blurry and out of focus when reading?

What to do if my eyes go blurry and out of focus when reading?

Refractive error: Blurred reading vision can be indicative of a need for glasses. It also could be related to ocular conditions like dry eyes or allergies. If you haven't had an eye exam for awhile, then you should see your eye doctor. ...Read more

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My eyes start to be blurry and I can't see a thing for 3-5 seconds after I watch tv. Am I going blind?

My eyes start to be blurry and I can't see a thing for 3-5 seconds after I watch tv. Am I going blind?

NO: When we watch tv, stare at a computer, or read, we do not blink as often as we should. This causes the eye to become dry and blurry. ...Read more

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Eyes are still blurry from using zylet no improvement what so ever. I'm afraid it has damaged my eyesight. Permanently I gotta go to work and I can't?

Eyes are still blurry from using zylet no improvement what so ever. I'm afraid it has damaged my eyesight. Permanently I gotta go to work and I can't?

Need followup: You're being treated with a antibiotic-steroid preparation for some type of eye disorder (?). If, after a rather short period of treatment, there is no improvement or worsening, you must call your eye doc and return for follow up exam. Eye diseases can be very serious and can affect vision permanently. Your question does not inform me for what you're being treated. Call asap! ...Read more

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I have had pressure behind my cheeks and eyes. Occasionally, when I go from outside to a dimly lit room my vision get blurry likes it's having trouble adjusting to the light. What are your thoughts?

I have had pressure behind my cheeks and eyes. Occasionally, when I go from outside to a dimly lit room my vision get blurry likes it's having trouble adjusting to the light. What are your thoughts?

See an eye doctor.: This question is difficult to answer succinctly because it is quite vague. Ie. when does the pressure occur? How long does it last? Does anything help it? Etc. As to the other statement, going from bright light to a dim room will usually leave an after image and appear blurry. But pathology may also be a factor. I’d recommend an ophthalmic evaluation so these issues can be clarified. ...Read more

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What causes blurry eyes?

What causes blurry eyes?

Many causes: Most common cause is the need for glasses. Other causes include cataracts, corneal or retinal diseases, inflammation, etc. ...Read more

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What can cause blurry eyes?

What can cause blurry eyes?

Many causes: There are many possible causes of blurry vision. See an ophthalmologist to determine why yours are blurry. ...Read more

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Blurry eyes in night is normal?

Blurry eyes in night is normal?

No: Blurry vision at night is usually due to very small degrees of uncorrected myopia. During the day with pupillary constriction a -0.25 myope can see well. At night that myopia may increase to -0.50-0.75 because of pupillary dilation and spherical aberration of the crystalline lens. Should see an eye doctor. ...Read more

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Why do my eyes get blurry at times?

Why do my eyes get blurry at times?

Blurry vision: This could be dry eye so try some artificial tears. If no improvement, go see an eye doctor. ...Read more

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Why do my eyes get blurry for a few minutes when I stand up?

Why do my eyes get blurry for a few minutes when I stand up?

Seek medical advice: This may be due to change in your blood pressure. If this happens again, seek medical advice as this could be a serious condition. Good luck. ...Read more

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I am having constant runny and blurry eyes. What could be wrong?

I am having constant runny and blurry eyes. What could be wrong?

Dry eye treatment: Your description sounds like dry eye. Initial treatment is frequent artificial tears during the day, ointment at night, warm compresses a few times a day, and omega-3 fatty acid supplements. If no improvement, you should see an eye doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more

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In the morning when I wake up, my eyes are kind of blurry; but ok after an hr?

Probably dry: The most common reason for eyes to be blurry in the mornings only is dryness which is exaggerated at night when the tear flow drops during sleep. If you do not have visual changes, pain, redness or swelling, then this is the likely reason. You might try applying otc eye ointment in each eye just before sleep. ...Read more

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Is there anything I can do to stop my eyes being blurry (happens once in a while only)?

Is there anything I can do to stop my eyes being blurry (happens once in a while only)?

What is causing it?: The more important question is to figure out what is making your eyes blurry. If they are tired from too much reading, or bright lights, then they must be rested. So take a symptom diary to record what is going on when your eyes get blurry. ...Read more

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63 yr old male and 3rd time my eyes have gone blurry at all distances. What does this mean.

63 yr old male and 3rd time my eyes have gone blurry at all distances. What does this mean.

A lot of things: Are possible at your age, from systemic diseases such diabetes or local problems such as cataracts. Or even a stroke. Get medical attendtion immediately. ...Read more

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I slept in my contacts on accident and now my eyes are really blurry. What can I do to alleviate this?

I slept in my contacts on accident and now my eyes are really blurry. What can I do to alleviate this?

Take out the contact: Take the contact out and wear your glasses. Put some cool artificial tears in your eyes. If you are not better in 6 hours, seek emergent eye care as the sooner you start treatment, the lesser the odds of serious infection. ...Read more

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My vision has been getting blurry when I'm reading its like I can't get my eyes to make out the letters?

See opthalmologist: This can be due to a vriety of vision problems, but also medication side effects etc. To determine why this might be happening history and examination by an opthalmologist will find the problem and fix. Good luck. ...Read more

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Not everyday but some days my eyes feel blurry 4 about a hr or so they becomes clear have eyes tested already?

Not everyday but some days my eyes feel blurry 4 about a hr or so they becomes clear have eyes tested already?

Yes time for check: Up with the ophthalmologist. Also good idea to have eyes checked at least yearly. ...Read more

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Had eyes tested last year fine, now having trouble with blurry would Ostoporis have anything to do with this thank you?

Had eyes tested last year fine, now having trouble with blurry would Ostoporis have anything to do with this thank you?

Probably not: Osteoporosis is an independent event not related to the eyes. In a years time, things can happen to eyes and the focus can change, or the power, or some pathology may develop. Check with your ophthalmologist for the cause. ...Read more