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An_254464 posted:
I have been experiencing blurry vision. At first it was a few hours a day, then it went away. Now it's all day for a week. Been to doctors, had eye exam, blood work, ct and mri, all normal. I have no idea what to do or what it could be
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An_251837 responded:
You say your blood work was 'normal'. What was your HBA1C?

Was it a vision test or a medical exam of your eyes?
 
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brunosbud replied to An_251837's response:
The quality of an answer can never exceed the quality of the question. So, guess...
 
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kng51487 replied to An_251837's response:
They did a cbc. As for the eyes, I went to opthamologist and they did a routine check
 
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An_251837 replied to kng51487's response:
You need to have an actual vision test. You also need to have an HBA1C to make sure your diabetes is in control. You need to discuss all this further with your doctor and continue to pursue a resolution.
 
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kng51487 replied to An_251837's response:
I had a vision test because at first I needed new glasses. I will talk to my go about the diabetes test. They also did a cmp and urinalysis


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