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What Does It Mean If You Have Blurry Vision Is This A Neurological Condition
Difficulty focusing: Blurred vision is a symptom, meaning you cannot see sharply. The degree of blur can vary, as can the cause. Anything that defocuses the eye (nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, presbyopia), blocks light getting to the film layer (cataract or scars), or affects the film layer or optic nerve (retinal swelling, optic neuritis) can blur the vision. An eye doctor can determine the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can an ophthalmologist know that blurry vision out of one eye is undetected amplyopia and not a symptom of neurological/other underlying issue?
Not likely.: H. py lori infection is cause of ulcer disease. If your ulcers are severe, this in turn can cause fatigue. ...Read more
Rarely: If the disease creates poor absorption of nutrients and there is a significant loss of electrolytes, you can suffer from blurred vision. But this would only be likely in very extreme cases. If a patient takes steroids during any of the treatment phases, they could experience temporary blurring of vision as well. If you are experiencing blurred vision, you should see an eye doctor for an evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blurry vision: It depends. There are many causes of blurry vision, such as low blood sugar, migraine headache, strokes, eye injury, etc. Most of these causes do not necessarily lead to blindness. If your vision is blurry and you do not know why, call your local ophthalmologist for help... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Having headaches with blurry vision & slight nausea. The pain felt like someone was squeezing my head. What could this mean? The blurriness went away
Could be...: You could be having a bad tension headache. You could have a viral infection like a cold or a sinus infection. If the headache is really the only symptoms and there are no nasal / throat / cough symptoms, then I would try some ibuprofen or excederin migraine and get some sleep. If it worsens, see your doctor or an urgent care. ...Read more
A million things: Go get evaluated by an ophthalmologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
How severe are headaches from brain aneurysm? What do people mean by pain behind the eyes? Would there be blurry vision all the time?
Headache in aneurysm: Brain aneurysm does not always cause headache. ... Depends on size, location and growth rate. It typically causes pain after rupturing and causing subarachnoid hemorrhage. Pain behind the eyes or back of the head are typical areas of pain with subarachnoid hemorrhage. Blurry vision would depend on the blood pressure and location of the aneurysm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I have what seems to be permanent blurry vision in my right eye from cat-scratch disease. Are there any treatm?
It is imperative: That you be evaluated by an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Sudden blurry vision with waves in it and now worst head ache of my life. I have a clotting disorder. Should I go to the ER or wait it out.
Possibly: Hi. Sudden eye/vision changes should be evaluated promptly by an ophthalmologist. Please do not delay. Vision is too precious to jeopardize. ...Read more
What to do if I have what seems to be permanent blurry vision in my right eye from cat-scratch disease. Are there any treatment?
Retinal specialist: Bartonella henselae is a bacterial infection from cat scratch disease. This can cause swelling in the optic nerve and occasional leakage of retinal blood vessels. This causes visual loss from macular edema, which usually resolves and lipid (fat from blood) deposits in the macula- the central retin responsible for central vision. Sometimes this does not resolve. I would get it evaluated/treated. ...Read more
I am 33 and have blurry vision, vertigo, chronic pain, controlled hypertension. Brain MRI shows nonspecific white matter changes. What could it mean?
33 yr old female with hypertension and vertigo, blurry vision and chronic pain. Mra of spine shows vertebral artery stenosis. Could this mean surgery?
It's theLast resort: The first step is to determine if any of your symptoms are related to the stenosis. The next question is the severity of the stenosis. If you have no weakness, cramping, claudication (symptoms with exercise). This may not be the cause of your problems. You should see a doctor with experience in this problem. ...Read more
What are the symptoms and treatment for neuroendocrine tumors in the lung? After testing for four months, I was diagnosed with graves disease last week. Tachycardia that averages 144, tremors, confusion/forgetfullness, weight loss, blurry vision, goiter,
Neuroendocrine tumor: Symptoms are of two manners. First is the tumor mass itself tends to cause pulmonary symptoms whereas the hormones released by the tumor can cause symptoms including diarrhea, flushing, and wheezing, may occur when the tumors produce excess amounts of serotonin. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What to expect at first Neurology exam? Have tremors, blurred vision, numb legs and feet.......10 mos.
1st neurology exam: You can expect your Neurologist to take a detailed medical history, with focused questions about specific neurological symptoms. Your neurologist will also perform a detailed physical examination, with emphasis on neurological findings. This will be a noninvasive physical examination and will focus on sensation, strength, and reflexes. Neurologist may also order imaging to help with diagnosis. ...Read more
Dizzy, Foggy, Hearing trouble, blurred vision, extreamly weak legs. All happen at once for a few minutes on and off everyday. Could this be neurologic?
Maybe: These symptoms may represent sinus issues, anxiety, a specific kind of headache or other neurological condition. You should keep a log of the location, timing, duration, characteristic, and intensity of these episodes and take the log with you to your physician. You might be referred to a neurologist or ENT physician. Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000647.htm ...Read more