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My vision has been turning yellow toned and white toned and not letting me see much detail for a month now . My eye doctor told me that he could see nothing wrong but this isnt normal I used to have perfect vision until one morning I wokeup and it looked

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Dr. John Scuba
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial
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In brief: Visual changes

It would be wise to see another eye doctor, preferably an MD ophthalmologist.
A second opinion based on a complete eye exam with some special testing is a good idea as these complaints are worthy of further evaluation.

In brief: Visual changes

It would be wise to see another eye doctor, preferably an MD ophthalmologist.
A second opinion based on a complete eye exam with some special testing is a good idea as these complaints are worthy of further evaluation.
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Dr. Natalie Hodge
yes, a dilated exam by an opthalmologist is in order to visualize your retina carefully!
Dr. Michael Savetsky
Ophthalmology

In brief: Blurry vision

If your eyes were normal on exam, and you're still experiencing these symptoms, I recommend seeing a neuroophthalmologist.
They can set you up with some specialized testing, such as a VEP or ERG, to further asses your optic nerve and visual pathway function.

In brief: Blurry vision

If your eyes were normal on exam, and you're still experiencing these symptoms, I recommend seeing a neuroophthalmologist.
They can set you up with some specialized testing, such as a VEP or ERG, to further asses your optic nerve and visual pathway function.
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