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Should your eyes hurt and you have blurry vision after a normal

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Should your eyes hurt and you have blurry vision after a normal eye examination?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Eye
Expert:  Dr. Rick replied 6 years ago.

Dr. Rick :

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Customer:

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Customer:

I want to know if you would have blurry vision and not see well after a normal yearly eye examain?

Customer:

I have had many eye examinations and I have never had problems after except when they dialate my eyes but if I wear sun glasses that is not a problem either.

Dr. Rick :

You are correct. Sometimes after your eyes are dilated you vision can be blurry for a little bit. If your eyes were not dilated on this last exam then it is possible that the numbing drop used when your eye pressure is checked could have irritated your cornea.

Dr. Rick :

In this case I suggest you use some natural tears 4 to 6x/day. If your eyes are still bothering you later this week I'd go back in to the ophthalmologist and have her take a peek at you again.

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Expert:  Dr. Rick replied 6 years ago.
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