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my right eye is partly blured out.. I see little bright lines

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my right eye is partly blured out.. I see little bright lines that are moving.. just happened.. should I be worried?
Hello from JA
Yes
This can represent retinal detachment as one possibility.

I would go be examined now...and the ER can arrange follow up for you.


Acute glaucoma is a less likely possibility.

Both are serious.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thank you.. I am also feeling pressure and a little dizzy. Do you still feel it could be retinal detachment?

Yes or even stroke.
Get someone to take you.
Don't wait.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

ok, now i am nervious and it just passed. I eye just cleared (mostly) still I should go? still feeling a bit of the headach.


Sorry I keep asking.. just really dislike going to the ER and I am at work

Yes go.
If it was a mini stroke, it can become a big and permanent stroke.
The fact that it suddenly improved makes this more likely.

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