So this sudden blurry vision when I read a book or look at the computer is becoming mild to severe. Now I am sort of lifting my eyes with my fingers a bit, so I can remove some of blurriness. Should I see a doctor soon?View Thread
Wow. That is interesting.....Could blood sugar or blurry vision itself have anything to do with my medication? I have ADD and had been on Concerta until a couple of months ago, and then switched to adderall a month ago.
On additional information, I have done paralyzed refraction twice throughout a year, the last one was only a month ago. I am only 31years old....View Thread
Hi, I have this odd problem that no one yet could identify....I at least get the comprehensive eye exams at few different places, including Columbia University hospital....None of doctors could really explain what I've been having....I will just list them for the sake of clarity.
1. My eyesight has been constantly changing. 2. With my glasses(astigmatism and myopia corrected), I can maintain decent vision for about 10mins and then it gets blurry progressively. 3. With my newly prescribed contact lenses(astigmatism and myopia corrected) , I can see the distant objects more sharply, but close letters are blurry that I have to frown in order to see. 4. However, with my glasses, I can see close letters better than distant objects, but like I mentioned, it doesn't last longer than 10 mins. 5. I have a natural tendency to wake up with my right eye closed tight while left eye is naturally open. 6. In dim light condition or the cloudy weather, blurry vision gets worse. 7. Nothing problematic from the eye exams.
Could there be anybody who shares the same problems with mine or anybody who could grasp any clue?View Thread
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