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Retinopathy is a disease of the retina. I don’t know if its my diabetes or just my eyes. What you’re describing almost certainly isn’t nerve damage to the eye: it’s the temporary (and completely reversible) effect you get when the lens in your eye changes shape (temporarily) in response to the fluid it’s in having a much higher sugar content. For a while it got worse, couldn’t see anything close up, but distance did get better. Any type of blurry vision needs prompt professional medical diagnosis and treatment. how long do i give it to settle down before I go back to the opticians/hospital? This list is incomplete and various other drugs or substances may cause your symptoms.
If your sugars are high for a long period of time, your blood vessels will become thick, weak, and eventually break down. This can lead to blood and other liquid leaking into the retina from the blood vessels. reading is a problem and im with computer most of the time. It
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