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Poor night vision in one eye.What to do at 50?

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Dr. Jeffrey Paul
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Eye exam

It would be distinctly unusual for a person at age 50 to develop poor night vision in just one eye.
Possible causes might include cataract, or retinal disease which is asymmetrical, i.e. Affecting one eye more than the other. Have an exam by an ophthalmologist asap.

In brief: Eye exam

It would be distinctly unusual for a person at age 50 to develop poor night vision in just one eye.
Possible causes might include cataract, or retinal disease which is asymmetrical, i.e. Affecting one eye more than the other. Have an exam by an ophthalmologist asap.
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