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Why do I lose vision in my right eye sometimes it also sometimes gets blurry, the vision returns in minutes, I do not experience any numbness or hdach?
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Dr. Andrew Shatz
Ophthalmology
4 doctors agree
In brief: See a doctor
Sudden loss of vision or blurred vision can be a sign of neurological or vascular conditions that require prompt attention.
Pain is not necessary for the condition to be serious. Please see an eye doctor immediately. Many conditions can be treated if caught early!

In brief: See a doctor
Sudden loss of vision or blurred vision can be a sign of neurological or vascular conditions that require prompt attention.
Pain is not necessary for the condition to be serious. Please see an eye doctor immediately. Many conditions can be treated if caught early!
Dr. Andrew Shatz
Dr. Andrew Shatz
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Dr. Kenneth Miller
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Migraine
Many people believe the right eye sees only on the right side and the left eye only on the left side.
What you may be experiencing is an ophthalmic migraine which does not have a headache associated with it. It may last minutes and occur with various frequency. Suggest covering one eye and then the other and see if the disturbance in your vision is similar in both eyes. This will verify this.

In brief: Migraine
Many people believe the right eye sees only on the right side and the left eye only on the left side.
What you may be experiencing is an ophthalmic migraine which does not have a headache associated with it. It may last minutes and occur with various frequency. Suggest covering one eye and then the other and see if the disturbance in your vision is similar in both eyes. This will verify this.
Dr. Kenneth Miller
Dr. Kenneth Miller
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