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does this get better if you close one eye?
Have you been examined by an ophthalmologist since the symptoms started?
no, just the other type eye doctor
It is possible that the stroke affected your visual field, causing what is called a hemianopsia (if I spelled that correctly :)
is that progressive or can it be corrected
then I suggest you see an ophthalmologist. This really is beyond the ability of an optometrist to work out.
It usually is static and does not get better.......or worse.
i had perfect vision before the stroke
Ya, that can happen
they get real dry also,
I'd use natural tears for that. Your ophthalmologist could also prescribe a drop called restasis that can help with increasing your tear production.
i have a hard time describing it , because i dont understand it
the glasses helped , i was blurry before
you did a pretty good job. See an ophthalmologist for full exam when you have a chance to see if anything other then glasses can be used to improve things for you.
Does this make sense toyou?
yes, i dont want to lose more if i can help it
From what you have told me I don't think you will but, have I mentioned that you should see an ophthalmologist? ;o) lol!
i will do that. gives me a headache to
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