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Luke oliver

Can rheumatoid arthritis cause blurry vision?

I suffered from rheumatoid arthritis. Now, i get blurry vision. I just wonder if the blurry vision caused by rheumatoid arthritis? Or what causes it?
02/24/2013

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  • Isabel fergus

    Yes, your blurry vision may be caused by rheumatoid arthritis because of the interlinked nerves in the body. Rheumatoid arthritis is a kind of common acute or inflammation of chronic connective tissue which can break out repeatedly and involve clinical in joints and muscles. The wandering heart sour heavy belongs to allergic diseases characterized by the pain which is one of the main manifestations of rheumatic fever. It could lead to more acute onset of the fever and joint pain. Your eyes will get dry easily because of the bad circulation of the whole body's blood. You need to eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes. In addition, you could also drink tea often to add the necessary good elements for the body. You should wear enough to keep the warmth of the body to avoid the further effect from the rheumatoid arthritis.
    03/08/2013
  • chris R

    Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that causes chronic inflammation of the joints. Fatigue, loss of energy, lack of appetite, low-grade fever, muscle and joint aches, and stiffness are symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. Blurry vision is easy to be caused by rheumatoid arthritis because of fever and fatigue. Blurry vision may become severe due to glaucoma, cataracts and lack of oxygen and blood in brain.
    03/17/2013
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