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Why Is My Vision In My Eye Suddenly Changing
64 y.O. Female. With transient 3-5 minutes) vision change: vibrating, black zigzag lines, glowing around periphery of both eyes. Not blurred x 3?
Most likely migraine: Visual events described as wavy, zigzag, saw toothed, jagged, scintillating, often are a result of a migrainal event that has stimulated the visual path in the brain. They may or may not be associated with headache, nausea, vomiting or other associated symptoms. To be sure see your eye md for an exam to make sure it isn't a retinal issue. ...Read more
Is it normal for my eye colour to change from brown to blue literally overnight? Never had eye problems and my vision is fine, 32yo male
No: It's not normal for eye color to change "over night". Eye injury (Iris trauma), retained intraocular foreign body (metallic), Fuch's heterochromic iridocyclitis (inflammatory condition of eye with one light colored Iris), medication (Prostaglandin analogues for glaucoma cause darkening of Iris), viral ( simplex, zoster) are some of the causes, but should be supported by history & examination. ...Read more
What causes the iris color(brown) on the left side to look as if its spreading into the whites of my eyes?I have no vision changes?Should i be concern
Eye pigment: can you post a photo? it would be most helpful? Most likely not a concern. Some folks get some pigment deposit on the white of the eye. Rarely is this a concern, but as with issues like this, seeing it for the provider is very important to help make a correct diagnosis and inform you correctly. ...Read more
Not really: The patch of course blocks the vision in the eye covered but does not change the condition of the underlying eye. Patching is used in infants and children to force an increase in vision in the open eye to prevent a condition called amblyopia. But such an effect is not seen in adults. ...Read more
ALL OF THEM CAN: And will do it over time.Get a more detailed answer ›
I'm worried about my eyes, my right eye seems bigger that the other one, and I noticed it like 3 weeks ago. But my vision is fine no changes.
Exophthalmos?: Hi. Unilateral exophthalmos (eye sticking out) and/or proptosis (eyelid retracted) can be a manifestation of a thyroid disease called Graves' disease, or other tumors or infiltrative conditions behind the eyeball. Please see an ophthalmologist (MD who diagnoses and treats eye diseases...different than an optometrist, who prescribes glasses). ...Read more
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