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
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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