Blurry Vision

Blurry vision in one or both eyes can make it difficult to see clearly. If you have blurry vision, it's important to see an optometrist that can provide diagnosis and treatment. Visit Lisa M McDevitt OD at her offices in Reading, PA, so that you can get the eye care you need. 

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What Causes Blurry Vision?

There are many potential causes for blurry vision, which is why it's so important for you to be examined by an eye doctor. It could be a sign of a vision problem that requires correction, such as nearsightedness or farsightedness. 

Vision blur can also be a side effect of pregnancy. During pregnancy, the body goes through many hormonal changes, which can cause short-term changes in vision. Even if you're pregnant, it's important to report any changes in vision to an optometrist.

Certain behaviors can cause your vision to become blurry, such as overwearing contact lenses or using eye drops too frequently. In addition to seeing an optometrist, you may want to try making changes to your behavior to see if it corrects the problem. 

While blurry vision isn't always the sign of something serious, it can also be an early symptom of a major problem. It's common for people with eye disease to have their vision blur. Cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration can all cause blurry vision. 

Treating Blurry Vision

The treatment for blurry vision will vary based on the cause of the problem. Depending on your issue, you may need to wear corrective lenses or change your habits. More serious conditions will require more invasive forms of treatment. 

If you experience mild blurry vision that doesn't last for long, you don't necessarily have to rush to see an eye doctor. Your symptoms may be linked to tiredness or eye strain. However, if the problem persists, or if it interferes with your normal vision, you should schedule an eye exam right away. 

Pay attention to your vision and talk to your eye doctor if you notice any changes. There are many eye health problems that are easier to treat if they're identified early on.

Get Eye Care for Blurry Vision from Our Eye Doctor

Blurry vision can be a safety issue, and it may also be a sign of a serious problem. Don't wait to get the eye care treatment you need. Visit Lisa M McDevitt OD at her offices in Reading, PA, so that you can get a diagnosis. Call us at (610) 796-1300.

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