BLURRY VISION

Blurry vision is a condition when your normally clear vision suddenly becomes fuzzy. There can be several reasons behind it, ranging from minor to dangerous. This is why it is so important to get checked. At H Arnold Papernick OD in Mt Pleasant, our optometrist is here to help. Here are some possible causes of blurry vision. 

BLURRY VISION

Myopia

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a very common cause of blurry vision. If your vision has gradually become blurry, it is likely the result of myopia. Myopia is caused when the cornea of the eye becomes misshapen, which impacts your vision. Luckily, vision correction is simple. Our optometrist will examine your eyes and vision, then prescribe glasses at the correct strength. From there, you will need regular eye exams to adjust your prescription as necessary.

Migraines

If your vision has suddenly become blurry, this could be a symptom of a migraine. Migraines are severe headaches that are often accompanied by other symptoms. These might include things like nausea and halos in your vision. Blurry vision is another possibility. If you’ve never had a migraine before, or blurry vision has never been a part of your experience, you must get checked for anything more severe.

Diabetes

If you have diabetes, it can impact your vision. One common way it does so is through blurry vision. So, if your vision is gradually getting worse and you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes, you must talk to an eye doctor. We will be able to confirm what is happening and determine how to manage it. If you don’t have diabetes, your blurry vision could be a sign that you are undiagnosed. Either way, your eye doctor will be able to help.

Stroke

Sudden blurry vision can be a sign that you’re having a stroke. In this case, you need to get immediate medical attention or you could die. A stroke occurs when the blood flow in your brain is blocked. This causes parts of the brain to die, leaving you permanently impacted. There are many symptoms of strokes, but blurry vision is a common one. So, if your vision goes blurry suddenly, go to the emergency room.

Contact Our Optometrist in Mt Pleasant, PA

Blurry vision can be a sign of multiple conditions, but some of these possibilities are fatal. So you mustn’t ignore it. H Arnold Papernick OD in Mt Pleasant can help you figure out how to treat your blurry vision. Call our team today at (724) 547-5711 or reach us through our website by using our online contact form.

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