Cloudy vision and halos?

Discussion in 'Eye-Care' started by MBS, Jan 16, 2004.

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    MBS Guest

    I am 48 years old and about 4 years ago started occasionally seeing
    halos with some cloudiness (more noticeable in my right eye which has
    amblyopia). My opthalmmologist checked me thoroughly for glaucoma and
    also could not detect any corneal problems. She said everything looked
    well and didn't offer much beyond this. I still get this about once a
    week and it seems it can come on suddenly and last 15 minutes to an
    hour or so and then everything is normal. It feels like something I
    want to blink away but this dosen't seem to help. I do not wear
    contacts nor have I had any surgery. I read of one case where a person
    supposedly had a floater disolve that caused this (I do have
    floaters). My basic question is, "what is this more likely to be and
    should I worry about it?"

    Thanks for any help.
     
    MBS, Jan 16, 2004
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  2. Read Dr. Bates book dated back 1920, and you will see many interesting
    things that you can try.

    Unfortunately, during your habit with eyeglasses, you wont' obtain much
    unless you drop them permanently.

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    http://www.stores.ebay.it/juppiterconsultingrishi
    and you can buy a replica of the Original Dr. Bates book
    "Perfect Sight Without Glasses"
    and if you are interested, join the group
    http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/PerfectSight/
     
    Rishi Giovanni Gatti, Jan 16, 2004
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    chris Guest

    I've been reading this newsgroup for 1 week now and it finally dawned
    on me that Giovatti is a nutcase. Post any question here and he'll
    respond with "read Dr. Bates book". His "habit" with glasses is to see
    and not kill other people while driving. The only way you can correct
    vision is with lenses or an operation, not meditation or whatever this
    wacko book proposes.

    chris
     
    chris, Jan 16, 2004
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    Simon Dean Guest

    Shh. Since you oppose him, he'll just call you an idiot and say that you
    know nothing and that just maybe, you should spend $35 on buying a book
    from HIS eBay auction to make him rich.

    Cya
    Simon
     
    Simon Dean, Jan 16, 2004
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  5. Thank you, I was not aware of this!

    thanks very much indeed!!!
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    Please visit
    http://www.stores.ebay.it/juppiterconsultingrishi
    and you can buy a replica of the Original Dr. Bates book
    "Perfect Sight Without Glasses"
    and if you are interested, join the group
    http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/PerfectSight/
     
    Rishi Giovanni Gatti, Jan 16, 2004
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    Francine Guest

    MBS,

    It could be due to "dry eye" or something benign like that. Or it
    could be something worse. I suggest that you get a second opinion.

    Francine
     
    Francine, Jan 16, 2004
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  7. I hope you will be the one who will make me rich, but also I hope you
    can find useful informations for your own case.

    Vision is richness.

    --
    Please visit
    http://www.stores.ebay.it/juppiterconsultingrishi
    and you can buy a replica of the Original Dr. Bates book
    "Perfect Sight Without Glasses"
    and if you are interested, join the group
    http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/PerfectSight/
     
    Rishi Giovanni Gatti, Jan 19, 2004
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  8. Does this come on while or just after doing exercise, especially running or
    basketball? Some people stir up a swirl of iris pigmentation into the
    aqueous (pigment dispersion syndrome) causing temporary halos, cloudiness
    and sometimes short-term elevated intraocular pressure. If the
    ophthalmologist looks for it, they may see iris transillumination defects,
    and gonioscopy may reveal heavy accumulation of pigment in the trabecular
    meshwork.

    Floater-related things cannot come and go so quickly.
     
    David Robins, MD, Jan 21, 2004
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    taurusrc Guest

    What does the halo look like? How large is it?

    Ora
     
    taurusrc, Jan 22, 2004
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