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Do you have any blurry vision at distance now?
Do you have any eye pain?
Do you currently have any nausea?
The short answer is I recommend you get an exam in the coming week.
The combination of your symptoms suggest you might have had an attack of glaucoma, or sudden increase in eye pressure.
do you think this can be serious?
This can cause your vision to be blurry associated with nausea and eye pain.
It can be.
If you develop these symptoms again, I'd recommend you see an eye doctor right away or go to the ER.
i didn't have any pain.
Since the symptoms are gone now, then it can wait until this coming week.
It is usually associated with pain, but not always.
should I go to a special eye Dr.?
You should mention your symptoms of blurry vision with nausea to your ophthalmologist. He should check for glaucoma and perform a special diagnostic test called a gonioscopy.
You should see an ophthalmologist.
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I will make an appointment for next week. Thank you.