JonathanWell, yes, diabetes can lead to yellow eyes in some cases. And generally speaking, it is common for many people to have diabetes, and then some side effects in the eyes may occur too. For example, people with this disease will have retinopathy, cataracts, and glaucoma. And you should know that retinopathy is the most common disease which is related to diabetes. Also, yellow eyes, eye floaters can be possible too. By the way, it can lead to weaker blood vessels and have a high potential for problems later. Finally, blurred vision and floating spots will often occur. And if the yellow eyes occur because of diabetes, you should go and see the eye doctor.03/12/2013
Dan SambergDiabetes means excessive sugar in blood, which can cause high pressure in blood and eyes. Diabetes is possible to cause yellow eyes because daibetes will lead to some other body disorders. Yellow eyes can be caused by liver diseases, certain blood disorders or abnormalities and bile duct narrowing or obstruction. While diabetes is very easy to lead to blood disorders. In addition, the high pressure in eyes that caused by diabetes can lead to blurred vision and double vision, even blindness. Glaucoma, cataracts and dry eyes are also possible to occur. So you had better turn to a doctor for help.03/15/2013
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