update to my vision change

Who knows why or how my vision has changed?.  Will be getting new glasses in hopefully 10 days. 

The reason am having trouble with the glare is the coating is peeling off the lenses.  Told a new type is out which is better will get that.

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Thank you for the update

by Gemita - 2022-04-12 05:18:00

new to pace, I am assuming you had a very thorough eye test and no obvious new health conditions were identified?  Hopefully any vision changes will now stabilise and your new prescription/glasses will give good service.

Would be interested to know when you receive your new glasses, the name of the new anti glare coating that you will be getting.  

As I mentioned in my response to your previous post on this subject, vision changes can occur with a particular health problem, so if vision changes continue I would let your general doctor know and get some further checks.  Hope you will soon be seeing better

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by new to pace.... - 2022-04-12 07:50:01

thanks Gemita,  I will post on here again when i can see again.

Am going back to the retina specialist this week to talk to him about lasering the floaters.  thinking that my also help.  As i sometimes think i see a black shadow.  This optomertist  thought the floaters might be the cause of that problem.

The cardiolgist's nurse wrote me a email saying surgeron needs to send her a cardiac clearance form and  the Cardiologist will reveiw and sign off.   I recall years ago when i had another eye surgery that one of the drs. signed that form.

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by Gemita - 2022-04-12 08:20:51

new to pace, I would also mention your vision problems to your cardiologist to make sure there is no carotid arterial problems or you haven't had any silent TIAs (transient ischaemic attacks).  With Atrial Fibrillation and no anticoagulation, other than turmeric, you cannot be too careful.

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