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I had what was called a stroke in my L eye losing lower vision,

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I had what was called a stroke in my L eye losing lower vision, that was 2 years ago, then last year lost top vision in my R eye. I saw an eye doctor, & was told there was nothing that could be done. The ladt few days my vision is blurry, I have a magnifier over my computer screen & I can not read anything. My eyes are sensitive to light, is there anything I can do?

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Does it seem that your vision has become suddenly worse?

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Is the light painful when you look at it?

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If your vision has dropped and you are having light sensitivity you should get in to see your ophthalmologist right away. If you can't get in this afternoon you should try to be seen first thing tomorrow morning.

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