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  • If you feel your vision is blurry at night but normally when adequate amounts of light are present. You may be suffering from a condition known as night blindness. The condition is not the nighttime equivalent of true blindness-nonetheless, those who have it know how limiting its effects can be. One of the most common causes of night blindness is deterioration due to age. In the natural aging process, the eye lens becomes less clear and grows cloudy over time, making it difficult to see in dim light. Another general cause is uncorrected myopia, or nearsightedness. Even with vision correction, nearsighted people may find their nearsightedness is exacerbated when their pupils dilate at night. In some cases, night blindness is a symptom of a serious underlying condition, such as retinitis pigmentosa, which is inherited. This degenerative retinal disorder causes the retina's rod cells-which, as we mentioned above, distinguish light from dark-to deteriorate and eventually stop functioning. Night blindness is often the first symptom of a cataract, as well. Early cataract development increases glare and decreases the amount of light reaching the back of the eye.

  • Patients with acute angle glaucoma frequently experience a headache and blurry vision that are typical types of high eye pressure. However, eye pressure can be very high due to her eye diseases even though these typical symptoms don’t happen. If her IOP is high, treatment in this condition needs to be rapid such as eye drops, medicines, etc. I suggest you go and see your daughter’s ophthalmologist that specializes in glaucoma and seek more medical advices.

  • It seems that your wife is suffering from some kind of disorder. I suggest you to send your wife for a general check-up.

  • You need have a full exam to decide what the problem can be.

  • The younger you are, the more helpful the vision therapy will be for amblyopia. Some eye doctors think the vision therapy can do good to children who have amblyopia.

  • When you are pregnant, pregnancy hormones will decrease tear production so that lead to eye dryness, irritation, and discomfort. Hormones will also cause fluid buildup in your eyes, which can lead to changes in the curvature of your eye. In fact, blurry vision during pregnancy is quite common and normally last for a short term. And please pay attention to the following things: if you are a glasses wearer, do not change a new one until your baby is born; try to wear glasses instead of contact lenses; if your notice blurry vision don't go away, or double vision persists for more than two hours, call your practitioner at once to check out the reason and have a treatment.

  • Well, when I was an eighteen year old teenager, I was absorbed in video games and cyber games and could not pull myself out of them, and my vision was pretty bad. Sometimes I will experience red eyes, bloodshot eyes and even double vision when I was too tired after playing games. It was just like seeing two identical worlds and you are gonna be dizzy! Generally speaking, as long as you see things vague and cannot focus on them, then, probably you have double vision and you need medical care.

  • I have had double vision for three 1/2 months after horizontal eye muscle surgery. Can't see very well with fresnel lenses either. Need to see a specialist asap...trying to get an appointment.

  • Well, how careless you were to have got your eyes scratched. So, as far as I know, it would be pretty hard for your vision to fully recover. There are some tips for you. Try to get some special eye drops that could help the improvement and recovery. Then, avoiding using your eyes too much. In a word, as long as you pay more attention, it would be ok,maybe a couple of months.. Perhaps you also need to visit a professional doctor and get some treatment.

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