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Why does vision blur?
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Dr. David Sachs
Ophthalmology
5 doctors agree
In brief: Many possibilities
Blurred vision can be cause from many different reasons.
A need for glasses is probably the most common cause for blurred vision but it can also be caused by dry eye, cataracts, retinal damage, or many other causes. If your vision is blurry see your ophthalmologist for further evaluation.

In brief: Many possibilities
Blurred vision can be cause from many different reasons.
A need for glasses is probably the most common cause for blurred vision but it can also be caused by dry eye, cataracts, retinal damage, or many other causes. If your vision is blurry see your ophthalmologist for further evaluation.
Dr. David Sachs
Dr. David Sachs
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Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Different reasons
Blurry vision is a fairly common complaints and may have several causes, some of them may not necessarily be eye related such as pre-syncope (near fainting).
Keeping eyes closed for a while (like after a night sleep) may cause "normal" blurriness or changing gaze from a distant object to a near one rapidly, may cause blurry vision. I would recommend obtaining professional advice, though.

In brief: Different reasons
Blurry vision is a fairly common complaints and may have several causes, some of them may not necessarily be eye related such as pre-syncope (near fainting).
Keeping eyes closed for a while (like after a night sleep) may cause "normal" blurriness or changing gaze from a distant object to a near one rapidly, may cause blurry vision. I would recommend obtaining professional advice, though.
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
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