Can Red Eyes Cause Farsightedness?
Hello, can red eyes cause farsightedness?
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Red eyes have various causes. Normal red eyes such as conjunctivitis alone (non-infectious conjunctivitis or infectious conjunctivitis) will most likely not cause visual disturbances. Red eye caused by mild irritation or mild trauma to the conjunctiva, a little dry eye also will not cause vision problems. Red eye caused by other things such as injury to the cornea of the eye, infection of the cornea, acute glaucoma, uveitis, puncture trauma to the eye, hyphema can cause more severe complications in the eye, can even cause vision problems / permanent blindness in the eye.
If you experience red eyes accompanied by sudden visual disturbances, you should immediately consult your ophthalmologist and should not be delayed.
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