Report any signs or symptoms of illness to your doctor as soon as you notice them.
You can use general medical symptoms such as a fever, nausea or blurred vision to help diagnose and treat a number of conditions.
Blurred vision is a common symptom. Blurred vision can be a sign of eye problems, but can also be a sign of other conditions not directly related to the eyes.
Record any other symptoms and consult your doctor if you have blurred vision.
You should consult your doctor to diagnose and treat blurred vision.
1. It is a Diabetes
Blurred Vision is one of the early signs of Diabetes. It often occurs in conjunction with other symptoms, such as fatigue or feeling sleepy, tingling or numbness in the feet or hands, ankle swelling, or numbness. Increased urination can also be seen in type I, type 2, and type III diabetes.
You should visit your doctor if you are experiencing blurred vision and other symptoms of diabetes. If diabetes runs in your family, you may also want to be tested. The sugar level in your blood can be determined by a simple finger prick and within a few moments. Diabetes is then a manageable condition.
Blurred vision is a sign of diabetic coma and can be caused by an insulin imbalance. You might not be able to wait to see a doctor if your symptoms are severe. Instead, you may have to go to the emergency room.