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Vision Affected Brightness
Yes it can: If the double vision is seen with either eye closed, then it may be caused by a cataract whicfh is affected by ambient lighting. If the double vision is elimitated with covering either eye then this is true diplopia. In some patients, when the eye turns outward ambient light can cause glare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vision bad for months now , eyedoctors cant tell me what wrong. Brightness changes sometimes it's dark then very bright. I wear circle lenses ?
See ophthalmologist: Optometrists assess and treat refractive errors, meaning problems with the shape of the eye that cause blurry vision, and can be corrected by lenses. If they can't find the problem, it likely isn't related to eye shape and should be evaluated by an ophthalmologist (eye surgeon), who can evaluate and treat all eye problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sometime in my vision i feel very low and dim brightness and its like low contrast in vision what could it be please suggest solution.
Sure can: Migraine is a serious and complex neurologic disorder. Headache, vertigo, VISUAL disturbances nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light or sound, dizziness, neck pain, stomach nose bleeding and parasthesias are common symptoms. This condition must be professionally managed. Rec.: see an orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Can you tell me in a comprehensive description how does blepharitis affect the vision process and how is the persons sight affected?
Minimal effect: Blepharitis is a dandruff like infection of the eyelids. At its worst, it might dump some debris in the eye causing irritation to disturb the vision a little. If you have blepharitis and your vision is being disturbed, then you may have a second problem and should have it evaluated by your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Strabismus: Yes. Some people with strabismus have double vision and reduced stereo vision (depth perception). Many people with strabismus see very well-- they do not have double vision and their eyes work together well. It is simply a matter of degree, since the brain can compensate for small amounts of strabismus. See you local eye doctor if you are having double vision or trouble focusing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: A tear in the retina is the first step in what can become a retinal detachment. If the tear is treated with laser, a retinal detachment can be prevented. Central vision can be affected by retinal detachment or blood in eye from a tear. Retinal detachment needs surgery, bleeding likely will clear up on it's own (but the tear that caused the tear should still be treated). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See an allergist: Vasomotor rhinitis doesn't affect vision, but some of the medications used to treat it might. Your eyesight is nothing to play around with - you need to get this checked out. If you're taking meds for it, see the person who prescribed it; if it's not under control, see an allergist. If you deal with the vasomotor rhinitis and the vision problems persist, see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
I had auras of colorful zig zags before a migraine . What causes auras to happen? My aura really affected my whole vision. Is that normal for an aura?
I have developed double vision and i feel its affecting my social life and its hard to have a conversation with people. Anxiety.
I don't know how I developed a epiretinal membrane, but it isn't affecting my vision much. How likely is it to affect vision in the future?
I believe i'm experiencing optic migraines. Vision is affected, particularly central vision. What is it, what are the symptoms, what is the treatment?
You need an exam: There are numerous conditions that can affect central vision. Optic migraine is one of them but is a rarer problem. Common things are refractive error changes, the onset outside diabetic retinopathy with diabetic macular edema, and cataract changes. You should have an exam by an ophthalmologist to determine the cause. ...Read more
Help doctors! what're the thickenings that occur to the lenses of the eye, thereby affecting vision, especially in the old?
If cataract surgery is necessary is epiretinal membrane removed even if vision is not significantly affected by it.
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