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    My vision just went slanted
    mo2459 posted:
    I was watching youtube on my tablet and after some time of watching, I felt uneasy and found that the images were slanted to the left. Then I looked up at the picture frame on the wall and it was also slanted to the left. Immediately I tried to call my wife on the mobile and the screen was again slanted. It cleared in about 2 to 3 minutes.
    This happened just 10 to 15 minutes back .my vision is OK now.
    What could it be. I'm 57 years old not diabetic physically fit and active. Went to the gym in the morning today.
    Alan M Kozarsky, MD responded:
    It's not possible to know exactly what caused your temporary change in vision. A concern is a circulation issue.

    It's a good idea to get a full ophthalmic exam although it's likely to normal while you are not having this symptom.

    In addition to the eye exam, let your primary care doctor know about the occurrence.

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