I began seing halos around lights just today, never before. And it is only in my right eye. My vision doesn't seem blurred, but slightly less acute than usual. I have no other symptoms of any kind. Of possible interest, I have recently been under a doctor's care for weakness in one leg; and I am diabetec, non-insulin dependent. Is this an acute emergency? If it helps, the image is like that of a candle flame, rounded under the light and tapering upwards to my left.
ive been having halos around lights at night and ghousting in the day... i wear contacts for 6 years slept in them often. I went to the eye dr. and got new contacts thinking that was the problem of the halos. The didnt find anything after three visits in in matter of a week. he even did a corneal check. He did mention my tear breakup was quick or something. My eyes where always a little red but i never worried about it because i slept in them. I would just change them every two months.. I know this is bad! They dnt feel dry or itchy just the halos and ghosting. IS this a eye problem or a something serious... Please help DR!
Hi i have been having pain in my eyes when i sleep, i had a virus in my eyes 5 months ago, i have blurred vision in the morning and i have been seeing large red circules around lights, i also wake up with mucus on the white of my eyes
I'm 14 and I see halos around lights but only around bright street lights!!!! at night car headlights look normal no halo or light around idk what to do!! Is this normal??? I also have a lazy eye and wear glasses I don't know if this has anything to do with it???? I made an appointment to the optometrist but it's till October what if it worsens by then??? Help me please!!
It is highly unlikely that the halos around street lights are a sign of anything serious and I would stop worrying about them. The glasses themselves can create a halo effect from normal optical abberations.
Mellie59 you need to see an ophthalmologist Ask your family doctor for a referral
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