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Vision Problems Wearing Bad Glasses
Do vision problems like blurry or double vision come and go with ms or do they stick around after they start? at what point should you get glasses?
Optic Neuritis: Vision loss in multiple sclerosis is secondary to optic neuritis, which often resolves mostly if not totally. Color vision and contrast sensitivity may remain impaired even when visual acuity improves. No harm in wearing glasses, but see a low vision specialist to avoid the intellectually-barren "balance lens." Double vision can be due to intranuclear ophthalmoplegia or a cranial neuropathy. ...Read more
If someone with perfect vision and someone who needed glasses/contacts to see had a baby, what are the chances it was vision problems?
50/50: Its a coin toss unless there is a serious ocular disease that runs in one or both of the families, do not worry about it. ...Read more
Saw on web about Gunnars Computer glasses.For long exposure to screens.the glass have +0.2 power. but i have no vision problems.Are they safe?
No need: Just make sure to blink frequently and look away for a brief time or give yourself short breaks. We tend to stare at the monitor and forget to blink. Blinking stimulate tear production otherwise you will dry up. When we look up close we contract our eye muscles which after a while it will cause eye strain. You need to look away to relax muscles. People over 40 May need computer glasses ...Read more
Can myopia improve? Went to new optometrist have new glasses with L-.5 R-2, vision problems. Before L-1 R-3, never vision problems or lot of headaches
Is it safe to use reading glasses for close-up blurrry vision while I go to see my eye Doc? I'm 21 and I've been having vision problems for a month.
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