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Sudden Visual Changes In Color Perception
Medical cause for everything looking different/surreal/superficial through my eyes; an altered perception at all times along with other visual 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
Not long: Visual changes associated with eclampsia generally does not last a long time if the condition is being properly treated. ...Read more
Depends on Cause:
"hellp" is an abbreviation of three main features of this syndrome:
elevated liver enzymes
low platelet count
this condition is a form of pre-eclampsia during childbearing.
Visual changes may stem from different causes such as corneal or macular edema which may be more temporary or retinal breaks/detachments which may be more severe and permanent. Best to see your eye md! ...Read more
Examples of my weird visual changes would be stuff looks cloudy and smooth when I know that's not reality, orican't see detail like I did a week before?
Visual changes: Visual changes need to be evaluated by an Ophthalmologist. They can occur form simple causes where you may need glasses to underlying conditions like diabetes, where high or low sugars can affect your vision. Get an evaluation to help diagnose your eye issues. Best wishes. ...Read more
Get checked: It may not be anything to worry about, but it's best to get checked. ...Read more
Possible: Rathke's cleft cysts (pituitary gland cyst) are rare, and visual changes are common. Thus, it is not entirely likely that the visual changes you notice are from such a lesion. If you are just wondering why you have visual changes, get a proper evaluation by an eye care professional. ...Read more
Until you deliver: As above.Get a more detailed answer ›
Aura Varies: Aura are commonly visual but can involve other senses. Aura typically last 10-30 minutes and some patients never experience this stage of migraine. Migraines progress through four stages - prodrome, aura, attack & postdrome. Aura aren't the same for everyone and vary from bright flashing lights to partial vision loss. Aura typically occur before migraine but can occur concurrently with the pain. ...Read more
Scotomata: Moms who experience visual changes should see a health care provide right away. ...Read more
I have bee diagnosed with migraines with aura. Can I use anything to get rid of my visual changes?
Both breasts are having bouts of bad itching, no rash. No visual changes. Was not often, now daily?
Go to doctor: If cool packs don't calm itching, then you need to have it examined by your doctor, so they can prescribe something for you. This can be annoying to have daily itching of your breasts on top of having to worry about what to do. Plus, s/he can see what the underlying cause might be, that's not available through this forum. Time to get to the bottom of this, and find a simple, fast solution. ...Read more
It varies: Tooth staining from smoking varies but in many people the yellow tars stain quickly and can be difficult to remove without using an abrasive toothpaste that removes surface enamel. For this and many health reasons (cancer, emphysema, stroke, bad breath, cost, etc.) you should try to stop and get help to do so if needed. ...Read more
Bilateral headache shifting front to back throbbing with pulse, lasted noon-11 pm. No aura or visual changes?
I have a four year old son and he hit his face into a door bout a week ago and now he his having visual changes. What eye drops would you recommend?
See ophthalmologist: If a week has passed and now your child is having visual changes, you should not be seeking over the counter eyedrops. There could be serious issues here and you should seek a pediatric ophthalmologist for evaluation (or at least your pediatrician). Don' t try to save money regarding the eyes of your child. ...Read more
At the age of 12 what is the most likely symptom of a brain tumor? If visual changes occur could an optician mistake them for other problems? Thanks
Wrong person to see: An optician is not a medical doctor and is probably the last person you'd want to see if you were concerned about a brain tumor. Go see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Experiencing visual changes since gallbladder removal 8 months ago. Floaters becoming more frequent, blurred vision, light sensitivity/weak feeling?
Unrelated to GB: Your eye symptoms are not likely to be related to the removal of your gallbladder. See your local ophthalmologist (eye doctor) for a detailed evaluation. ...Read more
I've had 2 weeks or vomiting, diarrhea, dizzyness, vertigo, numbness (mostly scalp and groin), aches, more sweating, visual changes?
See your physician: These symptoms may represent a specific kind of headache or other neurological condition. You should keep a log of the location, timing, duration, characteristic, and intensity of these episodes and take the log to your physician. Https://www. Aan. Com/Guidelines/Home/ByTopic? TopicId=16, http://emedicine. Medscape. Com/article/1142731-overview ...Read more
Self Hypnosis: Yes. Self hypnosis, like other therapeutic and behavioral techniques will change your perception, your understanding, and your response to the issues you are facing. ...Read more
What are some causes for a sudden change in vision that lasts more than a month, accompanied with neurological problems/symptoms?
Eye or brain:
Changes in vision can result from disorders affecting the eye, the optic nerve, or the brain. Important in distinguishing between these is whether the change occurs only in one eye, or both eyes. This helps to localize the problem.
Migraines, for example, can present with visual changes and headaches. Other neurological symptoms need to be described in more detail to know it might represent. ...Read more
Depends: If the change is of recent, rapid onset it could be due to a pathology of the eye, or blood vessels to the eye, or a brain problem and needs examination quickly. If the change is slow, it is most likely due to a need for a change of eyeglasses and during that examination other causes ruled out. ...Read more
Change in BP: When you stand up, especially quickly, it takes a few seconds for your blood pressure to adjust. It drops, the blood supply to your brain drops, and your vision may blur or dim briefly. If you stand up more slowly, you can usually avoid this. The medical term is "orthostatic hypotension.". ...Read more
1st check vision &: Hearing, even if it requires conscious sedation for a visual evoked response, brainstem auditory evoked response & eeg if any sign of seizures. 2nd, a neuropsychologist can test his ability to process shape, location & spatial orientation of objects, fine motor & visual construction ability & executive functions. Non-verbal learning disabilities are common in Asperger syndrome, not autism. ...Read more