Blurred Vision When Looking At Long Distances And Like There Is A Shadow When Looking At Light?
Afternoon, Back a few months back I was examined by an ophthalmologist because I saw the long distance letters were a little blurry and if I saw a small white pipe or a small one with a bright color there was a shadow, then the doctor said my eyes were normal but just tired because my eyes were always look at a smartphone. Then I was given eyefresh Hypromellose Dextran 70 Cendo eye drops and told to reduce the use of smartphones and the like that irritate the eyes. Indeed afterward the vision felt good. But because now I seem to see my smartphone too often so there is a shadow again when I see small bright objects such as white pipes. Is it okay if I use drops like that again, or replace the same one?
Hello, Faith Aditya, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Blurry and shaded eyes can be caused by several possible causes:
1. Eyes are tired
2. Dry eye / dry eye
3. Refractive disorders
4. Diplopia (double vision), can be due to impaired coordination between the two eyes, nerve disorders, diabetes, high blood pressure, turbidity in the cornea (for example due to inflammation, infection), lenses, glass bodies, or disorders of the retina (the nerve layer of the eye).
To determine the cause of your condition, an examination must be done by a doctor. The therapy given will be adjusted to the cause. Although it is still possible, it is not certain that the previous condition is the same as the condition that you are experiencing now. So, you should consult an ophthalmologist to find out the cause so that appropriate therapy can be given.
Eyefresh hypromellose dextran 70 is an eye drop that is used to treat eye irritation due to dust, pollution, or to moisturize the eye. This medicine is a limited over-the-counter medicine. Even so, it is best to still see an ophthalmologist to find out the exact cause and appropriate therapy.
To prevent severity, often rest your eyes (do not often stare at the screen both laptops, tvs, gadgets, mobile phones), avoid rubbing the eyes, and protect the eyes from dust exposure. If symptoms worsen, headache, redness, pain, do not delay to see an eye doctor.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.