Blurry Vision In Stroke Patients?
Hello r nWant to ask r nOrg who is hit by a nerve in the eye can’t be seen or the vision is blurred r nWhat is the solution to be normal like normal ?? Trim
Hello Mawaddah Najih,
Sharp decrease in vision can be a symptom and result of a stroke. This can happen temporarily or harvesters, depending on the stroke conditions that occur. The severity and symptoms depend on the place and extent of the stroke. Most vision processes occur in the back of the brain (the occipital lobe). If exposed on the right, then left vision can be disturbed, and vice versa. In rare circumstances, it can occur in both parts of the brain and blindness occurs. Apart from the blockage / rupture of blood vessels in the back of the brain, there can also be a blockage in the blood vessels of the retina, which is also called an eye stroke.
Stroke can occur due to rupture of blood vessels or because there are blockages. Triggers from a stroke can be due to uncontrolled high blood pressure, diabetes, or high cholesterol. Other causes are still many, for example blood vessel abnormalities.
A common symptom of a stroke is weakness of the limbs, but it can also affect the nerves of the eye as you stated. The healing time varies, vision problems can also occur permanently. You should discuss this with the treating neurologist, so that the condition can be known. In essence, after a stroke, the underlying causes of stroke such as high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol must be controlled. The neurologist along with the ophthalmologist and internist will provide the appropriate treatment.