Conditions with symptom: 'blurred vision'
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When the eyes are misaligned and do not look in the same direction, causing one eye to turn inwards, outwards or sometimes upwards, while the other eye looks forward. Read more →
I'm 17 and i have had a lazy eye/squint for some time now. It was too late to give me an eye patch due to my age. However i was given glasses from an opticians. About a year ago they told me that glasses would not correct my lazy eye only make the vision in one eye better. I don't wear my glasses because i can see perfect without them (Only when my left eye is open as well, When i close my left eye my vision is blurred) So i was wondering, is there any operations. Lazer treatment that would improve my vision at all? And is it worth my money. Will the treatment make my lazy eye (right eye) as good as the left one? Thanks, James
am 4rm nigerian with lazy eyes effect.i am preparing 4a sugery 4d correction of the exotropia bt i asked the surgeon wether there is any possible complication,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,bt am kept under suspence
i am 54 woman and i have loos skin on the upper eyes lid and thay hurt a lot
Hi, im really worried about my dads eye he was told he has herpes in the eye.But it does not seem to be getting better after nearly 2month he has been put on steroids and the eye is a little red and my dad is really down about this.Is there anything else he can do? Or is there anything that can help his vision from being blurred
i had a blood clot in my eye a few weeks ago it has cleared up now but i have started getting blurred vision in that eye and a really bad migrane what could it be and what should i do ?
ive just been reffered to pediatrics for an allergic reaction but im worried ive got something else as i have almost constant headaches, occasional blurred vision and often dizziness to the extent that i can barely stand can anyone help in the way of reassurance or advice? thanks
Hi i have been suffering with an eating disorder for the past year. My periods have completely stopped,I have no energy and blurred vision when I stand up. But its the periods i am most worried about. Have I ruined my future opportunities to conceive ? And how do I get them to come back?
I have type 2 diabetes I was on metformin for 3 months but I took myself off it I now have recurring thrush cystitis blurred vision pins and needles and when I have high blood sugar I become really tired I also collapse. I am not sure what damage I am causing my self I have type 2 diabetes but the thing is I would rather put up with the side effects of this any advice I was only diagnosed 4 months ago should I be concerned I also cannot eat because I feel sick and on occasions I am
i have anorexia binge purge subtype, recently i have just been binge purging all day and i can tell my potassium is low because i get pins and needles, cramps, irregular heart beat, rapid heart beat(137bpm resting ) blurred vision when standing up. i have previously been in high dependency units due to low potassium which caused the ecg scan to be abnormal. i'm just wondering if i should go to a and e? thanks
has anyone had any luck with tranexamic acid? i got given it and im really worried about the possibility of changes in vision - im an artist so i kind of *need* my vision. anyone?
i there, i have been given tranexamic acid as i suffer from endometriosis and it is a dream ! vision is fine no problems ! its helps with pain and it controls my bleeding and often stops it ! your vision will be fine
amazing - thank you! i have endometriosis too, i tend to work myself up into a state reading all the possible side effects of things. thank you so much for reassuring me.
I am due for blood tests to test me for diabetes next week, however I am very confused for a few reasons. Firstly, I am only 17 and have never shown any signs before. And secondly I am showing mixed symptoms of type 1 and type 2: - I am constantly thirsty - I need to pass urine a lot - Within the last week I have passed out unconscious 4 times - I get pins and needles over my whole body before I pass out - I have blurred vision - More often than not I get really dizzy - I get really tired even if all I do is go for a walk - and strangely, my toes go numb quite often Can somebody give me any advice? If this does not seem like diabetes I would love to avoid blood tests! Thanks.
To be honest....this does sound like typical diabetes symptoms. Please have the tests - even if they confirm that you have diabetes, you will at least be able to get treatment. Taking control of diabetes is the way to move forward, and you'll never get control by not wanting to know - which is hard, I know. I hate having to test and I hate not being able eat what I want, but at least my health is so much better. I can save my eyesight and my fingers/toes. I can't confirm what you have, but you do need help. Good luck.
I had a toxin injection for a squint two weeks ago. I was warned that I might have a slightly drooping eyelid for 3 - 5 days and some slight over-correction for a few days. I subsequently suffered a massive haemorrhage and confusions around my entire eye socket extending down my cheek. My eye swill barely open and what vision I have is severely affected with double vision, due not to over-correction, but exaggeration of the original direction and downward movement of the eye. I have been told that this normal but I was not warned that I could have a haemorrhage or contusions and suffered no such effects with a previous injection. This has affected all aspects of my life and I have no coordination, and feel sick and dizzy. Has anyone had any similar effects?
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