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I fell two weeks ago face first into the cement now having vision problems severe off balance what could be wrong?

I fell two weeks ago face first into the cement now having vision problems severe off balance what could be wrong?

Sweeling/fracture: It may be some residual swelling or you may have fractured your facial bones. Your poor balance may have been the reason your fall. You need a medical work up. ...Read more

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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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What is the best treatment for blurring of vision?

What is the best treatment for blurring of vision?

Treat the cause: Check with your doctor or opthalmologist and see what is the cause and have that treated. ...Read more

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Hyphema can cause blurring of vision?

Yes: Hyphema is blood in the space between the cornea and lens (called the anterior chamber). Blood in this location will prevent light from focusing on the retina properly and can cause blurred vision. ...Read more

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How long does it take for a mild cataract to severely affect your vision?

How long does it take for a mild cataract to severely affect your vision?

Could be years: It depends on the type of cataract. The most common one is age related nuclear sclerotic cataract. This will take 20-30years before it become visually significant that may requires surgery . ...Read more

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How many years will it take for a mild cataract to actually severely affect your vision?

How many years will it take for a mild cataract to actually severely affect your vision?

Cataract years: Not all cataracts require surgery. If best vision is worse than 20/40 or glare is significantly affecting VA, most surgeons prefer to do surgery soon but depends on pt's sx, pt's risk factors, pt's preferences; also, though no guarantees with any surgery, many patients are less dependent on glasses & even glasses free after surgery which helps many decide for surgery soon. eyedoc2020.blogspot.com ...Read more

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What if air bubble remain in front of lens after phacoemulsification and is blurring the vision? Will it be alright...?

Allow time: Occasionally air is left in an eye on purpose to help keep tissue in proper position during the healing. Less commonly it is not on purpose. In both instances, the body, with fluid exchange that is natural, will absorb the air and while it interferes with vision, when absorbed, you should achieve your potential best vision. ...Read more

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How bad is my vision prescription: OD +1.00 -1.25X180 & OS +0.75 -1.75X167 Everywhere I go = a different response.I've heard mild,mod,severe.

Not too bad: You have astigmatism that is with the role axis. This means that your astigmatism is youthful which may correct it self with time as the lids get heavier with age. Your correction is mild-mod. Less than one diopter consider mild and 1-5 consider low-high moderate respectively ...Read more

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Migraines severe on right side. Lose vision, hearing, & some speech problems. Told side more sensitive. Is this possible or could it be more severe?

Migraines severe on right side. Lose vision, hearing, & some speech problems. Told side more sensitive. Is this possible or could it be more severe?

More severe: Complex migraines can involve other neurologic manifestations, but due to the multiple effects you are describing, i would definitely see a neurologist post haste. ...Read more

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What treatments is there for severe blepharitis that is starting to affect vision ?

What treatments is there for severe blepharitis that is starting to affect vision ?

Several treatments: Blepharitis is a chronic problem. It is really not curable, but there are several treatments that are effective. Most treatments are done at home, but under the supervision of an ophthalmologist. Depending on circumstances, they include warm compresses, local massage, topical antibiotics, topical steroids and topical cyclosporine. You need to consult your eye doctor for management. ...Read more