nonim99

Date Registered: Feb 11, 2009

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From the thread Vision problems in the Complications & Care forum:
lalalatoya posted:

Yes diabetes can lead to eye problems, here are the causes of diabetic vision problems you can read thru that and find which one you are particularly experiencing and try to find a method to ease and prevent it. hope this helps!

Thank you for your input, i read around and found a few...but what bothers me the most is that some symptoms just can't be found. for example, before i got these eye drops, my eyes were becoming swollen, focusing was painful. nothing is mentioned about exposition to computer screens being unbearable after a short time.

i'm here right now, with my eyes squinting...i've been controlling my sugar levels insanely for about 4 days and save for the swollen eyes i still have trouble focusing and my eyes still hurt from exposure to screens. i just don't know what to do anymore, everything i do day by day is on the computer.

Posted on February 13, 2009 11:38

Hello,

I've recently been getting some odd eye symptoms from not being able to gather information from a focused area instantly, feeling the equivalent of human noise in my vision (think of tv white noise, put that in your vision, it's sort of like that), light sensitivity. Foreign body feeling around my eyes and forehead.

My doctors keep telling me an uncontrolled diabetes can influence my eyesight, but i feel that they have no idea what they're talking about. I've been checked by an opthalmologist and apparently it's not retinopathy or macular edema(i'm having an ocular angiography either way).

So let's just assume everything is fine as in no ocular disease has been developped. Could an uncontrolled diabetes, by itself, cause my vision to deteriorate?

Posted on February 11, 2009 9:35
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