The Cause Of The Vision To Be Red?

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Hello r nI want to ask, in an uncertain condition, my left eye vision slowly turned red. The process of changing vision from what was normal, gradually becomes red and becomes completely red. Everything I saw was red. But the object is still visible. This only happened to my left eye. Approximately 1 minute, my vision returned to normal. This condition is unpredictable and just happens. What do you think happened?

1 Answer:

Hello Rifan,

Rifan should consult an ophthalmologist to find out the cause. Maybe what is happening is a disturbance in your retina, the nerves, the brain or other parts of the eye. You better not delay it. The eye doctor will examine your eye with special tools and determine the abnormalities that have occurred. After that the ophthalmologist will carry out the appropriate treatment.

A similar discussion can be read at: Vision in Red

Regards,

dr. Mega

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