Dear friend, I have the same experience with you, but my symptom often happens in every morning. Sometimes I will have blurred vision in one eye but sometimes I will suffer form it in both of my eyes. I think I didn't have a cold, but after waking up, I often found that there are many discharges in the corner of my eyes and sometimes even on my eyeballs. I will wash my face with water and then went out. But I will have cloudy vision on my way to company. I often rub my eyes or blinks quickly to get rid of this cloudy vision. This symptom will totally disappear after half an hour. I donâ€™t know whether it really go away or I just get to used it later. Maybe it is just a starting sign of cold.
There are a variety of causes of cloudy vision in one eye. Generally speaking, it is very common and affects more than 10million people in the USA. The possible causes may include follows: Cataract, Congenital corneal disorder, Congenital eye abnormality, Eye infection and so on. Keeping in mind that cloudy vision in one eye sometimes may be a sign of medical smergency. If the symptom is persistent or become serious with sudden change in vision, loss of vision, severe eye pain, sudden weakness or numbness on one side of the body, go to a doctor at once. Eye problem should be taken good care at all times.
Many reasons will contribute to the cloudy vision in one eye. For example, cataracts, glaucoma, gonorrhea, syphilis, congenital corneal disorder, eye infection, eye injury, keratomalacia, refractive errors, trachoma. All these disorder will cause cloudy vision in one eye. You would better go to hospital to check which reason leads you suffer cloudy vision. Then you can take the right treatment.
There are lots of reasons that can cause cloudy vision in one eyes. In details, congenital corneal disorder, eye infection, cataracts, syphilis, trachoma or gonorrhea are likely causing the cloudy vision. So, you'd better visit an eye doctor and get your eyes checked so as to make sure what cause the cloudy vision of your eyes.
Sometimes you would feel cloudy in one of your eyes, maybe you think it is just blurry. However, cloudy vision means lost visual acuity in one or both eyes. The most common cause of cloudy vision is cataracts that lead to poor vision at night and blind spots. It would cause blindness finally if you can't find out it and treat it on time, usually it can be treated by surgery. Another sign of cloudy vision is macular degeneration. It is the most common cause of blindness of elder people who are over 60. It would make the loss of central vision and distortion, and it can be treated by surgery as well. Whatever the factor cause cloudy vision, you had better go to see eye doctor to check them in time.
The causes of cloudy vision in one eye commonly are cataract, glaucoma, eye infection or other diseases. The procedure of curing those issues is so complicated and will take a lot of time. So please make sure if you really have those problems by eye exams. I do not know if you are wearing the contact lenses. When i inserted my lenses, i also had the same symptoms as cloudy vision .However, my eyes remained cloudy until I took off the contact. The optometrist said that it was probably a bad contact and would provide me with a new one. Now, everything is perfect.
You may suffer from some vision problems. I have myopia, so I can't see the things at the distance clearly. Cloudy vision can be a starting sign of some vision problems. You may need to have your eyesight checked by an optometrists. If your cloudy vision was caused by vision problems, you should correct your vision problem by buying a pair of eyeglasses.
Blurred vision refers to a lack of sharpness of vision resulting in the inability to see fine detail. Blurred vision may result from abnormalities present at birth such as nearsightedness or farsightedness that require corrective lenses (glasses) or it may signal the presence of eye disease. Blurred vision can also be a symptom of numerous conditions that do not directly involve the eye, such as migraine or stroke. A number of medications may also lead to temporary blurring of vision as a side effect. So you need to check out whether you have take some medicine or have any injuries to your eyes.