Hello, I went in for an eye exam by an opthomologist. They say my retinas are fine. Performed slit lamp, scleral depression, and used a magnifying lens as well as retina imaging. I'm having these steady glares and halos in my vision. They note that there's no retina damage and also performed a dye test on my corneas. What could be wrong. I have a prescription of -1.75, -1.25.
Many causes for glare/halos: cornea disease, cataracts, macular disease, needing glasses, improper glasses RX, poorly fit glasses, irregular astigmatism. What did the ophthalmologist say? Had your glasses RX changed?
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