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    Gradually Changing Eyesight
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    Mythical_Remains posted:
    I am experiencing the gradual loss of the ability to keep my eyes focused and steady on one spot. Either my eyes jump around refocusing on different spots in my field of vision or I get cross eyed with double vision. All so I see dark and light blobs through out my entire vision, they move and it makes it hard to make out how the line of an object is. I am an artist and I see things from that point of view but when I go to draw a bush I cant differentiate the leaves. I see the leaves but when I focus on one I can't see it's shape! Please help! Any information would be appreciated I am going to go to a doctor as soon as I have the money to, but I would like to have some kind of information.
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