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Preeclampsia Vision Changes
There are many types of eye problems and visual disturbances. These include blurred vision, halos, blind spots, floaters, and other symptoms. Blurred vision is the loss of sharpness of vision and the inability to see small details. Blind spots (scotomas) are dark "holes" in the visual field in which ...Read more
Go to ER or Urgent: Care facility. If you have headaches and visual changes, and had hit your head, you want to make sure that you do not have any intracranial or subdural bleed occurring, that might make you lose consciousness too. So have this evaluated ASAP.
Increased: Intracranial pressure can be one of several causes of your symptoms. An increase in pressure of the fluid that surrounds the brain and optic nerve can be responsible of this phenomenon. Please see your primary care physician immediately if you do not have an ophthalmologist or neurologist.
My vision changes often and my doctor has no clue. Is there any other way to figure out what may be causing this?
Vision changes: The eye should be of a stable shape and size by your early twenties. The most common cause for eye glass prescription changes is difference in focusing and a stable prescription should be easily be determined with a cycloplegic refraction. Cataracts and uncontrolled diabetes can also lead to a change in your prescription. I suggest that you obtain a second opinion to determine if there is a medica.
Vision Changes Yes: Paroxetine, a well known serotonin reuptake inhibitor (ssri), is indicated for the treatment of major depressive disorder, social anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and posttraumatic stress disorder. About 4% of patients taking paroxetine will experience blurred vision. Other conditions such as cataracts and glaucoma have occured.
Depends on the age: If a child gets treatment on time then it will cure it. If a child missed the window of oppertunity for the treatment then ambylopia will last for life time. That is why its important that a child gets vision test.
Yes: Paroxetine, a well known serotonin selective reuptake inhibitor (ssri), can cause blurred vision due to changes in the way one's pupils respond to light. Usually occurs at the onset of treatment, but can occur at anytime. I always request that my patients inform me of any new, persistant, or bothersome side effects. Even if they occur between scheduled appointments.
Depends on severity: The child with cataract needs to be examined by the pediatric ophthalmologist. Congenital cataract is one of the cause of ambylopia. The best option for majority of the congenital cataract is cataract surgery and vision correction very early to avoid ambylopia. Visual development is very crucial in the early childhood. The child needs clear media to see and develop his/her visual pathway.See 1 more doctor answer
What causes the iris color (brown) on the left side to look as if its spreading into the whites of my eyes? I have no vision changes? Should I be concern
Eye pigment: Can you post a photo? It would be most helpful? Most likely not a concern. Some folks get some pigment deposit on the white of the eye. Rarely is this a concern, but as with issues like this, seeing it for the provider is very important to help make a correct diagnosis and inform you correctly.
Probably dry eye: This is most common when first waking up and the blurry vision is temporary. Artificial tears over the counter will help. Make sure it does NOT contain any redness or itching reliever in it. Just a pure lubricating drop. Use this through out the day and when waking up. Generally 3-4x/day. Dry eye is very common. If the blurry vision persists, see an eye doctor. Good luck.
Dibetes: Only if you're a diabetic.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not really: Both glasses and contact are corrective devices for vision correction. It help a person to see clear by correcting refractive error. A person's vision could change with time or under certain conditions. Then the person will need to adjust his/her correction with new glasses or contact lenses.
Eye muscle fatigue: Muscles controlling the shape of your eye lenses may not function correctly when fatigues resulting in altered focal length of the image viewed to one which objects appear further. Get some rest.