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Is blurry vision normal after gallbladder surgery?

Can i get blurry vision after gallbladder surgery? Why or why not?
12/12/2012
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  • ellochkablecy

    Yes, the blurry vision can be the temporary symptom after the gallbladder surgery because of the change of eyes pressure. However, you could get relieve at the eyes vision after some protection for the eyes. You should have the good rest for the eyes and eat some food to add nutrition to the eyes to keep the eyes moisture. However, if you still get the blurry eyes after some time, you should go to see the doctor to check on the eyes
    12/13/2012
  • evelyn12

    Well, yes, it is possible to have blurry vision after you take the surgery. As we know that it is a condition in which, whenever you look at any object, you can not see it clearly and you see a single blurry and unclear image of an object. This is referred to as blurred eyes. And you also should know that blurry vision is also can be caused by the bacteria, and other allergies. So when your eyes are infected by some viruses, you can get blurred vision. At the same time, after you have the surgery, your eyes will be sensitive, and they can be infected easily. So you should be careful about it. To treat your symptom, you can just take some measures to find out the direct infection cause. And protecting your eyes from irritation can be essential.
    12/17/2012
  • castro_jan

    It is quite possible to get blurry vision after the gallbladder surgery. Usually gallbladder surgery won't impact any eye functions. The common cases of side effects brought by gallbladder surgery are mainly about digestion system. You probably have diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and constipation. It can also cause pain and fatigue after gallbladder removed. But it seems that some people once got blurry vision after gallbladder surgery. It did improve although finally they still need eyeglasses to help vision correction. As to blurry vision, it might be caused by refractive problem, besides it might be triggered by some medication, for example some anticholinergics. It is difficult to tell whether your blurry vision is coming from this surgery or not. After all there are many reasons for it. If it is serious, I suggest you to consult your ophthalmologist at your earliest to ensure no severe damage to vision happened.
    12/17/2012
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