My vision has blurred recently... Why do all the lights look like snowflakes?
I've tried eye drops.... I can see about about a foot in front of me... the rest is blurry... Lights up close, and in the distance look like the snowflakes they hang on lamp posts during christmas time
Reasons my vision has ever blurred: too much time staring at the computer screen (eye strain, suggest changing monitor settings), allergies (but it has been because they are burning and watery; you'd know if it was allergies), extreme fatigue, sinus/headaches, and climate - my eyes get that way when it's really cold and dry out. They have never been consistently blurry, however, so if it lasts more than a few days, I'd go to the eye doctor for a checkup.
I agree with Bat eyes, see an eye doctor as soon as possible. Any sudden or marked change in your vision could be a sign of serious problems and should be thoroughly investigated.
I suffer from Fuchs Dystrophy in one eye that causes me some real problems. Your eyesight is not something you want to mess around with. See a doctor soon please!
by BlindMan 10 years ago
Is there any way i can improve my vision, and how does it work?
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by cloudrider 4 years ago
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