Blurry eyes


Blurred eyes or vision requires distinction from other visual symptoms. Double vision is a specific visual symptom usually distinguished from blurred vision. It is necessary to determine whether only one or both eyes are affected. Another distinction is whether the blurred vision occurs continually or only intermittently. Any type of blurry vision needs prompt professional medical diagnosis and treatment.

Possible causes of symptom: Blurred vision:

The following medical conditions are some of the possible causes of Blurred vision as a symptom. There are likely to be other possible causes, so ask your doctor about your symptoms. The symptoms may are refractive eye conditions, Myopia, Near-sightedness, Presbyopia, Far-sightedness, Uncorrected vision disorder, Wrong eyeglasses, Eye irritation.
Dry eyes - may cause blurred vision; see the many causes of dry eyes. Like, Eye conditions(Cataracts, Glaucoma, and Narrow angle glaucoma, Acute glaucoma, Macular degeneration, Senile macular degeneration, Diabetic lens osmosis, Iritis). Diabetes - due to diabetic lens osmosis or diabetic retinopathy in diabetes and diabetes-related conditions. Like, Undiagnosed diabetes, Poorly controlled diabetes, DKA, HHNS. Others are, Pregnancy, Migraine - causing visual effects prior to onset of the migraine, Anemia - see also types of anemia, Certain kidney conditions, Certain nerve conditions, Certain brain conditions (Stroke, Transient ischemic attack), Temporal arteritis. Some possible causes of intermittent blurred vision or episodes of blurred vision including, Diabetic lens osmosis - blurred vision due to diabetes, DKA, HHNS, etc., Glaucoma, Acute angle glaucoma - usually unilateral episodic blurring, Multiple sclerosis, Transient ischemic attacks - i.e. multiple TIAs each causing blurring of vision, Blood circulation disorders, Carotid insufficiency, Amaurosis fugax, Carotid embolism, Atherosclerotic emboli, Vertebrobasilar insufficiency - causing episodic blurring or double vision, Visual hallucinations. Amphetamine intoxication - in high doses, certain drugs and Digitalis toxicity
Medications or substances causing blurred vision:

The following drugs, medications, substances or toxins are some of the possible causes of Blurred vision as a symptom. This list is incomplete and various other drugs or substances may cause your symptoms. Always advise your doctor of any medications or treatments you are using, including prescription, over-the-counter, supplements, herbal or alternative treatments. They are, certain anticholinergics, certain antihypertensives, certain psychotropic drugs, Digitalis, Certain drugs that may trigger Amaurosis fugax, certain medication causes of migraine. Certain drugs exacerbate low-grade glaucoma leading to visual symptoms. Like, Corticosteroid drugs, Cortisone, Certain antidepressants, certain anti-agitation medications, Haldol, Oral contraceptives, certain heart medications, Certain Parkinson's disease medications.

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