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26 years old. High school athlete. Not active for past 5 years. Light headed, weak legs, cloudy vision, hard to breathe during exercise. What's wrong?

26 years old. High school athlete. Not active for past 5 years. Light headed, weak legs, cloudy vision, hard to breathe during exercise. What's wrong?

Lack of exercise: May cause blurred vision, dizziness, fatigue and muscle weakness. Because these symptoms can be caused by many other health problems, the visit to your PCP is warranted. ...Read more

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 headeq?

Cloudy vision headeq?

Eye versus body: This can range from simple eye strain from accommodative spasm to uncontrolled diabetes, acute angle closure glaucoma, or meningitis (inflammation of the brain). This should be evaluated quickly. ...Read more

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Why am I getting cloudy vision?

Why am I getting cloudy vision?

Many causes: There many causes of cloudy vision. A simple need for a glasses presciption is probably the most common cause. Dry eye, ocular allergy, and eyelid related problems are other minor problems that can cause this. More serious conditions like cataract (rare at your age), glaucoma, retinal conditions, and optic nerve conditions are unlikely. Only an eye examination can determine the cause. ...Read more

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What causes temporary cloudy vision?

Many causes: There are many causes: dry eye, diabetes, ocular ischemia, etc. It is best to get a baseline eye exam by an eye doctor to rule out serious causes. ...Read more

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How do you treat cloudy vision daily?

How do you treat cloudy vision daily?

Cloudy vision: The best thing to do is to have a medical eye examination to determine the cause and the appropriate therapy instituted. ...Read more

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Why do I sometimes have cloudy vision?

Dry Eyes: Occasional cloudy vision is usually caused by dry eyes. Use artificial tear drops and see if that helps. If not, sometimes it can be caused by allergies and a prescription allergy drop can help. Cloudy vision that is constant is a good reason to see your ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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What can I do for blurry / cloudy vision?

Clowdy blurred visio: The best thing to do is have a medical eye examination to determine the cause and have the necessary corrective therapy. ...Read more

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What could cause cloudy vision sometimes?

Diabetes: Uncontrolled diabetes can blur vision due to its effects on the lens of the eye. When blood sugar runs high it acts as a solute and draws water into the lens creating a hydrops or blurred vision. If fairly recent in nature this effect can be reversed several times. However, if the diabetes is kept uncontrolled the hydrops and other protein degeneration in the lens leads to permanent cataract. ...Read more

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Is cloudy vision related to visual disorder?

Is cloudy vision related to visual disorder?

Quite likely: Common descriptions of "blurred" vision include "cloudy", "fuzzy", "hazy" and several other terms. All are common symptoms in an ophthalmologist's office, and should be investigated with a thorough eye examination. There are many possible causes, probably cataract, macular degeneration, and change in glasses prescription are the most common. ...Read more

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Please help! I have cloudy vision in the evening?

Two causes: First- night myopia, everyone experiences a myopic change a night time, some notice more than others.
Second - the eyes after a long day are tired and could be dry or irritated. For this try blinking more often or some lubricating eye drops like systane ultra or drops called blink. ...Read more

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I am experiencing cloudy vision when I drive at night?

Less light.: At night your pupil dilates in an attempt to permit more light to enter your eye and impact your retina. The center of our vision is the macula where our more precise "cone" photoreceptors reside and permits us to see well in light. Our peripheral retina has less precise "rod" receptors that are more exposed at night when our pupil dilates. This is why your vision is "fuzzier" at night. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Cloudy vision?

What is the definition or description of: Cloudy vision?

Cloudy vision: Cloudy vision= blurry vision in one or both eyes often caused by conditions such as refractive errors, g Cataracts, Diabetes or Macular degeneration. ...Read more

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I randomly get cloudy vision during the day, what could be wrong?

I randomly get cloudy vision during the day, what could be wrong?

Several things: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more

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Experienced cloudy vision after the spa. Most apparent, if I spend too much time in the steam room. Vision returns to normal after 2-3hrs. Why?

Steam Room: Steam Room can cause changes in the tear film and minor changes in the lens of the eye. Be sure to check your blood sugar to be sure no other issues going on like diabetes which can also cause lens to change shape & cause variations in vision. ...Read more

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How to treat smokey/cloudy vision w/ contacts?

Not likely: Contacts given good vision when the eye has good basic vision to begin with. If the vision is cloudy and cannot be corrected with eyeglasses determined with a basic refraction, then evaluation is in order to determine the cause of the smokey/cloudy vision. See your ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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Why do I have cloudy vision after wearing contacts?

Edema: Most likely you have some mild swelling or edema of the cornea due to lack of oxygen from contact use. The cornea gets its oxygen from the air around it. Contacts can block this especially if they are worn to long or if you sleep in them. Stay out of your contacts for a while, see your eye doctor to possibly change contact lens brands, never sleep in your contacts, and finally, consider lasik. ...Read more

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What are causes of having cloudy vision and seeing halos?

What are causes of having cloudy vision and seeing halos?

Need a diagnosis: Cloudy vision and halos can generally be caused by anything that interferes with light entering the eye, including hazy glasses or contact lenses. However, cataract is a common cause of this, and a less common cause is a scar of the cornea. Corneal swelling (edema) typically causes a rainbow type of halo, and this can be more serious, as it can occur with greatly elevated eye pressure. ...Read more

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Cloudy vision and milky substance on contract lens, what to do?

Cloudy vision and milky substance on contract lens, what to do?

Throw it away: Throw away the bad contact and replace it with a new one. If the vision is still cloudy, visit your eye doctor. ...Read more

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Cloudy vision and milky substance on contract lens, what is this?

Contacts: Dirty contact lens with protein deposit.
Change the lens and see your Ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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I feel cloudy vision when reading typing on mobile suggest any eyedrop or medicine?

I feel cloudy vision when reading typing on mobile suggest any eyedrop or medicine?

Please see an: Eye doctor. You are young, but perhaps you have cataracts or some other vision issue. The doc will help. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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What to do if I have cloudy vision and there are halos and rainbows around lights?

Needs evaluation: Cloudy vision which cannot be corrected with eyeglasses or contacts, needs an evaluation by an ophthalmologist. Haloes and rainbows are clues to the problem being inside the eye. ...Read more

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What to do when you get rid of cloudy vision?

What to do when you get rid of cloudy vision?

Celebrate!: Your question, respectfully, is not fully clear to me as to its purpose. In general, if you get rid of cloudy vision one should be quite happy that they have done so. The more pressing concern would be; why did you have the cloudy vision to begin with. What was the underlying cause? Is your vision no longer cloudy because you were treated for an eye condition? Hopefully it is not recurrent. ...Read more

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Can allergies cause intermittent cloudy vision?

Can allergies cause intermittent cloudy vision?

Eye allergies: Eye allergies can definitely cause the vision to be blurry. This can be from tearing, mucous and eye irritation. Also the oral allergy medications may cause some temporary blurring as well. ...Read more

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I forgot to take my contact lenses out, now have cloudy vision?

I forgot to take my contact lenses out, now have cloudy vision?

Remove Contacts: This is likely caused by corneal swelling from contact overwear, especially if the contacts are not meant for extended wear. Remove the contacts so that your cornea can receive more oxygen. Don't put the contacts back in until your vision is back to normal. If significant pain or redness is present then see your doctor. ...Read more

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I forgot to take my contact lenses out last night now I have cloudy vision so what do I do?

See a doctor: You may have scratched your cornea and this can be infected. You need to be evaluated immediately. Go to an urgent care if you can't get into your doctor or eye doctor. ...Read more

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What can be causing me to have cloudy vision, as well as seeing halos and rainbows around lights?

What can be causing me to have cloudy vision, as well as seeing halos and rainbows around lights?

See below: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more

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What could cause cloudy vision in just one eye?

What could cause cloudy vision in just one eye?

Many causes: There are many causes: dry eye, refractive error, diabetes, ocular ischemia, etc. It is best to get a baseline eye exam by an eye doctor to rule out serious causes. ...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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How do cloudy vision & blurred vision differ?

How do cloudy vision & blurred vision differ?

Pathology v.glasses: Cloudy vision is generally defined as vision uncorrectable with eyeglasses and therefore due to some underlying eye pathology. Blurry vision is usually thought of as uncorrected vision from a need for eyeglasses which clears up the vision. ...Read more

Dr. Richard Scartozzi
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Hazy Vision (Definition)

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Dr. Scott Keith
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Foggy Vision (Definition)

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