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Which types of eye/vision problems would prevent someone from becoming a pilot?

Which types of eye/vision problems would prevent someone from becoming a pilot?

Multiple issues: Obviously if the vision is lowered and uncorrectable that would be an impairment impossible to overcome. The vision should be good in each eye and some pilot licenses require documented stereovision and normal color vision. That depends upon the type of license. Anything that would disallow a normal driver's license would also prevent getting a pilot license. ...Read more

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W/ eye floaters is it possible to have only 1 eye floater?i see 1 black wisp thing.everyday for a month BUT not all day. typing this i dont see it.

W/ eye floaters is it possible to have only 1 eye floater?i see 1 black wisp thing.everyday for a month BUT not all day. typing this i dont see it.

NO uncommon: Floaters can come and go. This is usually proteinaceous material. It is in the jelly like material in the eye. It will go up and down. Have the eye doctor check you out to make sure you are ok. Best wishes. ...Read more

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My eyes having a problem in vision little blurred and some different kind of warms type of images are appearing in my vision dry eyes and irritation?

My eyes having a problem in vision little blurred and some different kind of warms type of images are appearing in my vision dry eyes and irritation?

Perhaps: Dry eyes can cause blurred vision, but in combination with seeing images of "worms" there is a concern that there might be other problems. The vitreous (jelly in the back of the eye) and the retina (wallpaper in the back inside surface of the eye) can come off and create very similar symptoms. It is best to see an eye md for a complete eye evaluation. ...Read more

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I'm 50 yes old and have typed 2 diabetes. I have bags under my eyes and i read that it may mean a kidney problem. How can I get rid of them .

I'm 50 yes old and have typed 2 diabetes. I have bags under my eyes and i read that it may mean a kidney problem. How can I get rid of them .

Fluids, nutrition: You can't really get rid of bags under your eyes at the age of 50. And if you are concerned about a kidney problem, see your doctor, although I am unaware of bags under the eyes signifying a kidney problem. Make sure you are getting plenty of fluids, an average of 7 hours of sleep/night, and good nutrition. Good luck. ...Read more

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My brother streches his eyes wide and then sticks his tongue out. Is this this some type of nerve problem or has he had a stroke he is 62 years old, single. He is a heavy drinker and smoker. I don't think he is aware of his behavior. I want to be able to

My brother streches his eyes wide and then sticks his tongue out. Is this this some type of nerve problem or has he had a stroke he is 62 years old, single. He is a heavy drinker and smoker. I don't think he is aware of his behavior.  I want to be able to

Complex, : Complex, involuntary movements of the face and tongue generally fall under the heading of "dyskinesia", which is not a diagnosis. Dyskinesia can be a feature of a number of different conditions, including parkinson's disease, or as the result of history of treatment with prescriptoin medications that include antipsychotics (medications given for treatment of conditions like schizophrenia) and antiemetics (medications given for nausea), or even at the result of intoxication with recreational drugs (such as methamphetamine). ...Read more

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What's a refractory problem of the eyes?

What's a refractory problem of the eyes?

Need for glasses: It means your eyes cannot focus correctly (nearsighted, farsighted etc) and you need glasses or contacts. ...Read more

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What to do if I have problem in my eyes, everything seems brighter?

What to do if I have problem in my eyes, everything seems brighter?

Get an eye exam: This is the only reliable way to get you a definitive answer to explain your symptoms. See an optometrist or ophthalmologist. Good luck. ...Read more