Thank you so much for your Wikipedia link on the Blue field entoptic phenomenon!! I was all ready to setup an appointment with an eye doctor after seeing them and freaking out but your pointing it out was a huge relief. I'm sure I'm not the only one that appreciates your proactive sharing. Thanks again. Eric
I believe this inability to open one (or both) eyes after sleeping is caused by dry eyes. What I want to know is what to do about it. I've tried every kind of eyedrop in the store and nothing happens. This started just about a month ago. I had surgery to correct a macular hole about 9 months ago.
Thanks for spelling this out. I wish my doctor had before I had monovision. I have very poor middle distance vision now and have tremendous difficulty using the computer. I am going in soon to see what my options are for addressing this problem.
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