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Blurry vision in right eye.
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Hi, I’m a 42 year old. Last time I went to the opticians wasabout a couple of months ago, and he said my eyesight was perfect. But latelyI’ve been having a lot of blurry vision in my right eye, sometimes my left, butmore in my right. I don’t know what has caused it, I don’t have...
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(2018-01-11 11:20 AM)ahsanhabibcx Wrote: <div style="float:left; width:100%"]]Hi, I’m a 42 year old. Last time I went to the opticians wasabout a couple of months ago, and he said my eyesight was perfect. But latelyI’ve been having a lot of blurry vision in my right eye, sometimes my left, butmore in my right. I don’t know what has caused it, I don’t have...

Hello there,

The power of your eye lens gradually decreases with age. Trust me, it
s not a huge concern.

I
d suggest you consult an optometrist and rule out the most common refractive errors, if any - nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. The chances are your retina has lost its ability to focus clearly and as a result, the image is formed in front of the eye lens. It
s one of the most common eye-related disorders but it can startle people who have had perfect 20/20 vision for quite a while.

If that
s the case, the optometrist would provide you corrective lens which you can wear to prevent strain on the muscles. Or, there
s another shortcut which might cost like $4000 up front, which is a []procedure called the LASIK eye surgery[]. It uses a laser to correct these three defects. However, there
s also the chance that you could be diagnosed with cataract. This would require you to consult an ophthalmologist, which are aplenty in Toronto.




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