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After treatment for iritis, should the eyedrops make pupil large with blurred vision?

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Dr. William Dieck
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Yes

Dilating the pupil, putting it at rest, is often part of the treatment of iritis.
The pupillary reaction to light in an inflamed eye can lead to severe photophobia. Dilating the pupil will make you more comfortable.

In brief: Yes

Dilating the pupil, putting it at rest, is often part of the treatment of iritis.
The pupillary reaction to light in an inflamed eye can lead to severe photophobia. Dilating the pupil will make you more comfortable.
Dr. William Dieck
Dr. William Dieck
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Dr. Stephen Khachikian
Ophthalmology

In brief: Yes

One of the treatments for iritis can dilate the pupil and blur the vision.
After stopping the medication that causes this it can take up to a week for the vision and pupil to return to normal.

In brief: Yes

One of the treatments for iritis can dilate the pupil and blur the vision.
After stopping the medication that causes this it can take up to a week for the vision and pupil to return to normal.
Dr. Stephen Khachikian
Dr. Stephen Khachikian
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