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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Farsightedness

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What are the symptoms of farsightedness?

What are the symptoms of farsightedness?

Some or none: Depends on age, how much hyperopia, if accommodation can overcome it or presbyopia onset has occurred. Can get eye fatigue, also may have narrow angle if the axial length is short. ...Read more

Dr. Mitchell Vogel
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Farsightedness (Definition)

also referred to as Hyperopia. A short axial length of the eye or a non-optimized lens allows light to focus behind the retina instead of on the retinal plane. This typically results in an inability to ...Read more


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What are symptoms of cataracts of the eye?

What are symptoms of cataracts of the eye?

Cloudy vision: Progression is usually slow, over months or even years. Increasing cloudiness, decreased sharpness of vision and glare are typical. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of errors of refractions?

What are the symptoms of errors of refractions?

Blurred vision: When the light is not focused, objects are blurred. Occasionally people will describe this is double vision, but blurred is more accurate. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of cataracts?

What are the symptoms of cataracts?

Constant decreases: Almost any type of decreased or distorted vision can be caused by cataracts. It is important to note that whatever deficit occurs, it is constant. That is, it is not better one day and worse the next, but rather slowly progressive. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of Cataract?

What are the symptoms of Cataract?

Cataract Symptoms: First symptom is usually increased glare when driving, haloes, blurry vision, fluctuation and dimming of vision. Cataract is the leading cause of blindness still in the world. Femtosecond cataract surgery will likely prove to be the best treatment. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of having astigmatism?

What are the symptoms of having astigmatism?

Visual blur: Astigmatism is found in an eye with some degree of ovalness. Most are intrinsic (not due to some external cause) and it is very common (over 60% of eyes have some degree of astigmatism). Correction is a reverse oval of the proper power in eyeglasses or contact lenses. Lasik can also correct this. There are no eyedrops, lifestyle changes or dietary changes to correct this. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of congenital cataracts?

Various: Cataract is a generic term for any opacity in the structure of the natural lens. You can be born with anything from trivial opacities to profound deposits. The minor ones frquently do not need anything done and cause no symptoms. The major ones can block vision, cause an eye to turn in or out, and can cause permanent loss of vision. Your pediatric ophthalmologist is an expert at these. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of congenital cataract?

What are the symptoms of congenital cataract?

Maybe none!: Congenital cataracts often have no symptoms. If they are causing problems, vision may be cloudy or fuzzy. Glare can also be a big problem. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of glaucoma?

What are symptoms of glaucoma?

Loss of side vision: Most glaucoma is asymptomatic. Acute angle closure glaucoma is associated with pain, blurred vision, nausea and a red eye. Open angle glaucoma is not symptomatic until late in the progression of the disease. This fact is why routine eye exams are recommended to detect the disease early in its course before irreversible damage to the optic nerve and the vision has occurred . ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of amblyopia?

Blurred vision: Amblyopia is a doctor's name for diminished vision, usually in just one eye, in the absence of demonstrable anatomic abnormalities, i.e. The eye exam appears normal. Common causes are a difference in the refraction (how near-sighted or far-sighted) between the eyes, or a misalignment of the eyes. Often no abnormal outward appearace is present, and the condition is discovered on school screenings. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of cortical vision impairments?

What are the symptoms of cortical vision impairments?

Visual field loss: Dysfunction in the cortex either disrupts the visual pathways, blocking that portion of the visual signal--or there can be dysfunction of the actual visual processing portion (occipital lobe). In both cases chunks of vision will be lost . Other cortical problems may disrupt pattern recognition, facial recognition or other higher degree visual interpretation. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of eye strain?

What are symptoms of eye strain?

Eye irritation: Prolonged focused tasks such as reading, computer use, electronic device use requires tightening of the ciliary muscle. This can lead eye irritation and vague headache. This can be avoided by periodically changing focus to a more distant object. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of childhood onset schitozophrenia?

What are the symptoms of childhood onset schitozophrenia?

Childhood onset of: Schizophrenia is rare & is the same condition that occurs in adulthood. Symptoms include hallucinations; delusions (fixed false beliefs); irrational behavior & thinking; & problems carrying out routine daily tasks. Early diagnosis via proper psychiatric & psychological evaluation is necessary to develop appropriate individualized treatment plan to achieve best function. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of adult strabismus?

Strabismus: Crossing or out turning of the eyes, double vision. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of a refractive error?

What are the symptoms of a refractive error?

Blurred vision: Blurred vision, headaches, eye strain, glare, halos and double vision can all be symptoms of uncorrected refractive error. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of eye papilledema?

What are the symptoms of eye papilledema?

Papilledema: Papilledema is confirmed by doing a funduscopy (looking into the inside of the eye with bright light). Its presence denotes increased intracranial pressure which can cause headaches, visual disturbances like blurring of vision and double vision, dizziness, nausea and even vomiting. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of having cataracts?

What are the symptoms of having cataracts?

Blurry vision: There are many symptoms of cataracts from early ones like glare, poor night vision, blurry vision at extremes of vision. Eventually the cataracts will progress and a film will seem to cover the vision, more light will be needed, color vision changes, and finally a loss of best corrected vision. Cataracts are a leading cause of vision loss in the world where cataract surgery is not as available. ...Read more

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