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Pregnancy is messing with my vision? Makes it hard to look at tvs or computers?

Pregnancy is messing with my vision? Makes it hard to look at tvs or computers?

Yes.: Pregnancy can affect vision in many ways. It can change the power of your eyes, changing your eyeglass and especially contact lens prescription. This is harmless, and usually reverses weeks/months after delivery. Other causes can be more serious, so please see an ophthalmologist at least once before the end of next week to have them screen you. Best wishes for your upcoming childbirth! ...Read more

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Dr. Milroy Samuel
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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Feels like my ovaries r a computer and my cysts r a virus. Why do ovarian cysts cause pregnancy symptoms like bloating, weight gain & breast soreness?

Feels like my ovaries r a computer and my cysts r a virus. Why do ovarian cysts cause pregnancy symptoms like bloating, weight gain & breast soreness?

Hormones: You produce a cyst every month. The cyst or follicle is what houses your egg. This cells of the cyst produce your female hormones. It is these hormones that are causing the symptoms. The cysts are biologically doing their job to try and get you pregnant every month. ...Read more

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Just found out I'm pregnant dr apt scheduled; can pregnancy effect vision?

Just found out I'm pregnant dr apt scheduled; can pregnancy effect vision?

Yes...: ...but depends on what the effect is. Slightly worsened far or near-sightedness is normal. Other changes may not be. ...Read more

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I'm 14 weeks pregnant and any time I stand up my vision dims and I feel as if I'm about to pass out. Is this serious or normal for pregnancy?

I'm 14 weeks pregnant and any time I stand up my vision dims and I feel as if I'm about to pass out. Is this serious or normal for pregnancy?

Dizzy & pregnant: Fluid requirements during pregnancy increase dramatically due to the required increased blood volume that is necessary during a healthy gestation. Caloric requirements increase as well. It would be wise to make sure you are drinking plenty of pure water and changing positions slowly. Anemia during pregnancy is another concern, and your obstetrician is likely following this. ...Read more

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Blurred vision, early sign of pregnancy?

Blurred vision, early sign of pregnancy?

Possibly: Pregnancy alters the fluid balance in the body which includes the cornea (the window at the front of the eye) which can swell a little in early pregnancy and change the eye power causing some degree of minor blur. It is not a reliable or diagnostic test for pregnancy so rely on other types of testing to determine pregnancy. ...Read more

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Home remedies for blurred vision during early pregnancy?

Home remedies for blurred vision during early pregnancy?

None: There are no real home remedies for blurry vision in pregnancy. There can be an number of reasons for blurred vision including corneal changes during pregnancy, high blood pressure, high blood sugar etc. The vision changes should be addressed with the treating doctor. ...Read more

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Blurry vision and shortness of breath, are these pregnancy symptoms?

Blurry vision and shortness of breath, are these pregnancy symptoms?

No: Shortness of breath is common in late pregnancy as the enlarging uterus impinges on diaphragmatic excursion. Blurry vision - no! you should see your doc. ...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