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Please is there any drugs that can help in clearing of blurred vision?

Please is there any drugs that can help in clearing of blurred vision?

Blurred: Blurred vision can not be cured by medication. There are some systemic diseases like diabetes that can worsen your vision and can improve with proper medication management. You need to see a doctor for a proper evaluation ...Read more

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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Does the medication sanctura have the side effect of causing vision loss?

Does the medication sanctura have the side effect of causing vision loss?

Sanctura: Generally no. Side effects include dry eye, blurred vision, and possible exacerbation of uncontrolled narrow angle glaucoma. Discuss the pros and cons of this medication with your primary doctor and eye doctor. ...Read more

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Can prednisolone-induced cataract worsen after stoppage of medication? My vision seems more blurred.

Can prednisolone-induced cataract worsen after stoppage of medication? My vision seems more blurred.

Cataracts: Yes it can worsen after stopping the steroid, once the cataract has started forming, it can get worse at any time. Discontinuing of the Steroid will usually slow or halt the progression in most cases. ...Read more

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I was wondering does the medication sanctura cause loss of vision?

I was wondering does the medication sanctura cause loss of vision?

Sanctura: Used to treat overactive bladder, it can cause dry eyes & blurred vision. Use with caution if you have narrow angle glaucoma. ...Read more

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My double vision is reduced with medication, but at certain point its constant. Can my eyewill be asa healthier as it was?

My double vision is reduced with medication, but at certain point its constant. Can my eyewill be asa healthier as it was?

An opthamologist: A doc who specializes in eye disease, can help you find the cause of your double vision. It is very possible that is can be reversed with his/her help. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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I use my cell phone as long as I'm free so my eyes get blurry and I experience tunnel vision so what can I do to relieve my eyes without medication?

I use my cell phone as long as I'm free so my eyes get blurry and I experience tunnel vision so what can I do to relieve my eyes without medication?

Take some breaks: This sounds a lot like computer vision syndrome, which is also caused by prolonged staring at a fixed distance. Take frequent breaks. Over-the-counter moisturizing drops/artificial tears may also help. ...Read more

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I put aside both Citalopram and Propranolol for 4 days but I had an evil days. My vision changed and I had nausea. How can I come off those medication?

I put aside both Citalopram and Propranolol for 4 days but I had an evil days. My vision changed and I had nausea. How can I come off those medication?

Best way w/ Doc help: It's generally much better to wean these types of medication w/ medical supervision. But, it's not a perfect world. So, do it slowly and taper the Propranolol 1st. Cut mg dosage each 14days by the same step-down amount (i.e., 25%) until gone. If it's too fast, return to last week's dose and move on again. Only then, do the same w/ the SSRI. It will take time, but you'll be safe (and free!) Best. ...Read more

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How long does it take to regain color vision after stopping medication that was causing color blindness?

How long does it take to regain color vision after stopping medication that was causing color blindness?

Color blindness: The color hue from certain medications should reverse with stopping that medicine. There are some medications that if the color vision has been affected then the damage is done and not reversible. The color vision defect with these is more advanced. ...Read more

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Can the medication topamax (topiramate) cause palinopsia? I'm on it for frequent migraines and have started noticing trailing in vision and sensitivity to light.

Can the medication topamax (topiramate) cause palinopsia? I'm on it for frequent migraines and have started noticing trailing in vision and sensitivity to light.

See eye doctor.: I do not think that palinopsia or having trailing images, as a specific complaint, is listed as a known complication. This medication, however excellent, has been known to cause significant eye problems that can be irreversible. Such things as narrow angle glaucoma can also occur. I would ask for the pressure in your eyes to be checked now and see your eye doctor ASAP. ...Read more

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How does taking anti-inflammatory steroid medication affect the outcome of vision correction surgery?

How does taking anti-inflammatory steroid medication affect the outcome of vision correction surgery?

Well usually,: Anti inflammatory drops are used to slow or suppress the scarring (bad form of healing) reaction that can occur after refractive surgery. It can also alleviate discomfort. There are a wide variety of very effective steroid and non steroidal agents that can be used after refractive surgery. ...Read more

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I have only double vision from last 7 weeks and taking medication as prednisolone that helped me to reduce the diplopia. Is this the symptoms of ms?

Double vision: Need to know if the double vision is monocular or binocular. Cover one eye. If the double vision goes away, then it is so called binocular diplopia. If you have double vision with only one eye open, then it suggests that the problem is in the eye itself, and not the brain. Cannot exclude ms as a cause, but start with a good examination and medical evaluation. ...Read more

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I've had chronic migraine symptoms (no vision loss)for the past month. My Migraines are caused from a concussion 2yrs ago. Doctors gave medication-no help

I've had chronic migraine symptoms (no vision loss)for the past month. My Migraines are caused from a concussion 2yrs ago. Doctors gave medication-no help

Good and bad: Well, you do not want your doctor to prescribe anything offensive either. In these cases, you need to see a doctor experienced with concussion or headaches. Seek types of doctors our in your area. ...Read more

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Doctor told retinal weakness is the cause of loss of my vision. Doctor gave me some medication and asked to take healthy diet, will my eyesight improve?

Doctor told retinal weakness is the cause of loss of my vision. Doctor gave me some medication and asked to take healthy diet, will my eyesight improve?

Eyesight: Glad you went to the doctor and have a plan to help. Please get a second opinion from another doctor. That is always a good thing to do and will reassure you or give you additional information. Yes, diet can help w/eye health. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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Is there a non-surgical option for glaucoma treatment? I have been gradually losing my peripheral vision and just found out I have glaucoma. Is there an option for glaucoma treatment other than surgery? I would rather take medication than have surgery on

Is there a non-surgical option for glaucoma treatment? I have been gradually losing my peripheral vision and just found out I have glaucoma. Is there an option for glaucoma treatment other than surgery? I would rather take medication than have surgery on

YES: There are many different classes of eye medications that are typically used to treat glaucoma without surgery. Most physicians reserve glaucoma filtering surgery to cases were medication fails to lower the intraocular pressure adequately to prevent ongoing optic nerve damage. Alternatively, laser treatment can be used to lower iop much more safely than trabeculectomy surgery if appropriate. ...Read more

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I'm on lots of medication and I'm feeling absolutely awful. I have blurre vision dry mouth twitches etc and I don't know what to do. I'm on oramorph?

I'm on lots of medication and I'm feeling absolutely awful. I have blurre vision dry mouth twitches etc and I don't know what to do. I'm on oramorph?

See physician: I would suggest discussing your concerns with your physician. The medications may need some altering in type or dose... Or you may need help dealing with how you feel. Best wishes. ...Read more

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I am being treated with both diamox and topamax. Neither medications have helped my headaches to lessen. I've had my vision looked at by a neuro-ophthalmologist. I have mild paps. Since my headaches are not improving does that mean I need to increase the

I am being treated with both diamox and topamax. Neither medications have helped my headaches to lessen. I've had my vision looked at by a neuro-ophthalmologist. I have mild paps. Since my headaches are not improving does that mean I need to increase the

Complex: Your case is complex, and thus you need to speak to your neuroophthalmologist in more detail. They should be able to assess your headaches along with your vision to see what signs and symptoms are present that a diagnostic plan can be created and altered to address your issues. ...Read more

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My father aged 78 yrs has Myasthenia Gravis. He is under medication for last 6 yrs. His eyes started closing and seeing double vision. What to do?

Medication failure: First, make certain he is taking the medication as advised. If compliance good, then may need to reassess, and perhaps change medication dosing or even type. See neuromuscular specialty neurologist and get addressed. ...Read more

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How does taking anti-inflammatory steroid medication affect the outcome of vision correction surgery? My rheumatoid arthritis requires me to take steroid medication to keep it under control. I would like to have vision correction surgery for advanced myop

Unfortunately,: Unfortunately, rheumatoid arthritis is an absolute contraindication for laser vision correction. In fact, anyone with an autoimmune condition, such as rheumatoid arthritis is not considered a candidate for laser vision correction at this time. If you are considering vision corrective surgery, your best option would be a refractive lens exchange given your condition, but you would need to be evaluated by an eye surgeon to establish your candidacy for this procedure. ...Read more

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Will laying in the sun to long on medication make You feel confused a little blurry vision on clonazepam inderal (propranolol) remeron been laying out in sun?

Will laying in the sun to long on medication make You feel confused a little blurry vision on clonazepam inderal (propranolol) remeron been laying out in sun?

It can happen: Even without any medications, sunning can disorient people. So, be careful - keep tract of time. Keep hydrated., Have a shade source nearby - that's what beach umbrellas are for! Enjoy, but be careful. I hope you recovered quickly. ...Read more

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I have diagnosed with Rheumatoid arthristis and currently on Predsinone and Plasmoquine. Ever since been diagnosed and on this medication I struggle with headaches and red, dry, itchy painful eyes and get blurred vision at times. Is this normal?

I have diagnosed with Rheumatoid arthristis and currently on Predsinone and Plasmoquine. Ever since been diagnosed and on this medication I struggle with headaches and red, dry, itchy painful eyes and get blurred vision at times. Is this normal?

Call rheuma now: Since Plasmoquine may cause permanent damage to your eyes, you need to stop it right now and contact your rheumatologist for an alternate medication. An eye doctor consult may also be needed. What you have is not normal. ...Read more

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9 days late on period, negative test, dizziness, cramps lower abdomin, sore nipples, blurred vision. Taking no medication. Is this serious? Help!

9 days late on period, negative test, dizziness, cramps lower abdomin, sore nipples, blurred vision. Taking no medication. Is this serious? Help!

Just in case: See your pcp to get a blood pregnancy test. Blurred vision can be due to: hormonal changes [dry eyes (most common) {from a variety of causes, mgd, blepharitis}, need for new glasses (refractive error); diabetes, headaches/ migraines; rare issues (increased intracranial pressure/ papilledema); an eye md can take a look under the microscope to see the cause. If persists, see your eyemd. Asap. ...Read more

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Hello doctor, I am having chronic illness from past 5-6 years. Fatigue, difficult to concentrate, vitamin deficiency anemia but normal now, zigzag vision, lack of sleep. All reports are normal CT scan, MRI, thyroid etc. I am taking migraine medication past

Hello doctor, I am having chronic illness from past 5-6 years. Fatigue, difficult to concentrate, vitamin deficiency anemia but normal now, zigzag vision, lack of sleep. All reports are normal CT scan, MRI, thyroid etc. I am taking migraine medication past

See below: Your symptoms may be due to one disease or several diseases. Health Tap is not meant to try and diagnose complicated illnesses with multiple symptoms. Please don't try to diagnose your condition on line, it will only confuse and frighten you. If you want to find out what is wrong you must see a Dr. For a careful medical history and examination.

Good luck. I hope you get well soon. ...Read more

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How to make your vision more clear?

How to make your vision more clear?

Clear vision: To get vision clear, check your glasses with an eyeMD or OD; use warm compresses & artificial tears to improve tear film function (see eyedoc2020@blogspot. Com "lid hygiene"), get dilated eye exam to be sure no cataract or other issues; Consult with us if you have diabetes or other health issues to discuss how diet can help (see blog above as well for diet suggestions on better vision). ...Read more

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I want clear vision at all distances, is this possible to get?

I want clear vision at all distances, is this possible to get?

Age dependent: With proper spectacles and if you are younger than age 38, then you can see clearly at all distances. Over 38 the lens starts to stiffen and near vision becomes more difficult - you may need bifocals for that age group. Discuss the best options with your ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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Is distorted vision due to drugs?

Is distorted vision due to drugs?

Among other causes Y: Many "drugs" (ie, pharmaceuticals as well as "recreational drugs") can alter vision... Some temporarily, some permanently. These "side effects" are among the issues physicians need to consider when prescribing medications to patients, but also people thinking about "using" street drugs should be aware that there may be serious side effects as a result of their behavior. ...Read more

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My face is clear! Can I stop taking my medication now?

My face is clear! Can I stop taking my medication now?

FACE CLEAR: I don't know how long you have been on the medication that has cleared your face. Which medication? Why don't you check with the doctor that prescribed it? ...Read more

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Can I wear clear lenses glasses, if I have perfect vision....?

Can I wear clear lenses glasses, if I have perfect vision....?

Yes: Glasses, wether prescription or not, have protective benefits (uv, injury) as well as cosmetic effects. You can wear clear, tinted, or colored, depending on the lighting and your desire. Enjoy. ...Read more

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What medication to use to clear echogenicol materials in endometrial?

Varies: That could be treated with ocp's or a cyclic Progesterone instead of an immediate d&c. If a recheck shows the echogenic foci still present a D&C may be required. ...Read more