Eyes Get Blurry After A Collision Accident?
Hello. Is the result of the accident will be added minus? Because the formed part of the eye close between the hydumg and the eye. When I got into an accident, I wore glasses in my nose, which caused a vein between my nose that connected my eyes to a slight angle. and June accidents. And I just realized today why my right eye using glasses became blurry when I saw the writing far away. When my left eye is closed with my hands. Have not checked again, the minus might be to add 1. because when you just use blurry when you can’t take it off, you can’t see your face within 3 m.
Good evening, thanks for the question
A history of head injury can result in visual impairment in patients, but it is not related to nearsightedness or increased eye minus. Nearsightedness is caused by refractive disturbances in the eye where the eyeball grows lengthwise towards the back which causes light not to fall in the focal point but instead to a point in front of the retina. This condition causes distant vision to become blurred, eyes get tired, dizzy and sleepy,
tend to squint when looking far. This condition is also not related to previous head injuries.
Whereas in the history of head injuries generally that can cause visual impairment is due to a hard impact that causes direct damage to the eye nerve, bleeding in the retina, or the release of the inner retina layer. These blurred vision complaints generally occur suddenly post-injury and can quickly worsen if not treated.
For this case, you should first check with an eye specialist to assess the severity of vision problems and determine the cause, whether due to nearsightedness or a more severe condition due to a previous head injury.
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