What are the causes for blurred vision?

Too many. The causes of blurred vision are myriad. To refine the question: one of both eyes sudden of gradual associated with other symptoms like pain or redness.
Long, long list. Everything from refractive error to cataracts, to corneal edema. See an ophthalmologist.

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