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Intermittent blurry vision
About two weeks ago I noticed my vision getting blurry from time to time.  It started to get worse and happen more often.  I went to my regular physician because diabetes runs in the family - that checked out okay.  Waited two weeks then went to an ophthalmologists.  I'm a 28 year old female, had lasik 3 years ago, no health problems.  The symptoms are hard to explain but here goes - while I'm driving, at my computer, reading, or any other daily task my vision will suddenly become unfocused or blurry, I blink (thought maybe it was dry eyes, doc says no) several times and doesn't go away, shift my eyes away - sometimes helps, but the entire episode lasts a few seconds to a minute or so.  Then comes back 5-10 minutes later.  This continues off an on throughout the day - I've even had days where I didn
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really hard to tell from that description.  one of the possibilities would be refeactive...meaning now you could possibly be FARsighted.  would need an eye exam to figure that out.

also could be convergence problems, or 'computer vision syndrome' or accommodative problems like accommodative lag or insufficiency...

need an eye exam to diagnose.  sorry!
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Doctor mentioned MS so I'm a little concerned right now
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Have had an eye exam by ophthalmologists - he can't see anything in particular.  They also did the standard vision test.  My vision is a little declined since Lasik but I've noticed that for over a year now.  This is something completely new - enough so that I can tell you the exact day it started.  Does that clear up anything? :)
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no, not really.  sorry!  too many possibilities.
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A related discussion, blurred vision was started.
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