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Does blurry vision cause motion sickness while driving?
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Dr. Richard Rosen
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Not typically
Motion sickness is usually related to inner ear problems and should be evaluated by an ear nose and throat specialist.
Car sickness has been related to risk of migraine headaches.

In brief: Not typically
Motion sickness is usually related to inner ear problems and should be evaluated by an ear nose and throat specialist.
Car sickness has been related to risk of migraine headaches.
Dr. Richard Rosen
Dr. Richard Rosen
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
In brief: Limits it
Motion sickness is usually due to a discoordination between visual imagery and the motion of the vestibular balance mechanism in the ear.
Blurry vision might in fact attentuate this somewhat, but would not in itself be causative.

In brief: Limits it
Motion sickness is usually due to a discoordination between visual imagery and the motion of the vestibular balance mechanism in the ear.
Blurry vision might in fact attentuate this somewhat, but would not in itself be causative.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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