"Hi, I am 37/F, caucasian. I am clinically blind in my left eye due to a congenital cataract I was born with. My vision is 20/400 in that eye. I see 20/20 in my right eye (good eye) with glasses. I am nearsighted (-3.75). In 2007, I notic..."
Just a quick note to say hi! Hoping you get this. I added you as a friend. If you ever need anybody to talk to you can contact me. It is nice to be in contact with people that are facing some of the same problems you are. Sorry if you have received some of my previous notes and this seems repetitive.
I just came across your post. thanks for getting back to me. Yes the strange vision symptoms largely went away after pregnancy, but still get them occasionally like when I am flying and look out the window, everything is rippling... I think perhaps it has something to do with fluid and pressure in the head, and that while pregnant I had a lot more fluid in my body which was creating pressure and flying would defiantly create pressure in the head as well. that's my self diagnosis for the time being. :)
I was browsing the internet today trying to figure out the cause of my strange vision symptoms and i stumbled across an old post by you on the medhelp site regarding wavy vision while outside.
you described my symptoms to a tee and I as well noticed the vision changes at around the 2nd month of pregnancy. I was just wondering if it went away for you after pregnancy?
if it's not to much of a hassle you could leave me a quick response at ***@****
it is just so relieving to find someone out there who had the same vision issues as me....when i went to the eye doctor to get my eyes checked, i was trying to explain it to him and i think he thought i was doing drugs! :)
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