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Step 4: Read and complete the decision guide to learn more about your symptoms.

Problems With Vision

So you do not have sudden or intermittent vision change, gradual blurring over months, sensitivity to light, discharge from the eye, headache with flashes of light, double vision or poor night vision.

That's good! But because you have none of the more common symptoms associated with vision problems, it is difficult to determine the most likely causes for your vision problems.

If your symptoms do not improve within two weeks, contact your doctor, but call sooner if symptoms worsen before then.


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