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How long has this been a problem?
Are both eyes affected the same?
Any actual visual loss?
What was your latest blood pressure measurement? When was this done?
Thank you for the extra information. I am sorry that it took a while to get back to you.
Fuzzy lines affecting the eye can indicate a migraine without headache. But a new onset of visual symptoms needs to be checked by an eye doctor to make sure there is no problem at the back of the eye or withe the eye pathways.
The low blood pressure could be associated with reduced perfusion to the eye and lead to eye symptoms however the 126/73 is a normal blood pressure and if your blood pressure can be maintained at that level then we would be happy with that.
Start to keep a diary of when this occurs, if the pattern is withing 2 hours of taking your medication then I would consider the low blood pressure as likely however I do want you to see an eye doctor after the weekend so that you can check your retina.
If you develop any eye pain, sharp headache, loss of vision or sharp flashes of white light then go to ER in that event.