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Blurry Vision Treatment With Our Shreveport Ophthalmology Team at the Shreveport Eye Clinic

Blurry vision can be temporary and caused by a minor issue, or it can indicate a more serious eye health problem. If you have persisting blurry vision, with or without additional symptoms, we encourage you to contact the Shreveport Eye Clinic to connect with an eye doctor in the Shreveport and Bossier LA area. Our ophthalmologist staff offers state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic services to help you maximize your vision and eye health. 

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When to Seek Immediate Medical Care For Blurry Vision

In rare cases, blurry vision can indicate a serious underlying health problem requiring urgent medical attention. If your blurry vision comes on suddenly and is persistent, and if it is accompanied by other sudden symptoms such as headaches and eye pain, please call 911 and seek emergency care. Acute blurry vision may occur due to potentially serious health problems such as strokes and retinal detachment. 

Common Causes of Blurry Vision

Most cases of blurry vision are not caused by a medical emergency. However, if your blurry vision lasts longer than a day or two, it's still important to seek professional help from an eye doctor. This is because untreated causes of blurry vision may lead to progressive vision loss and other issues. 

Some of the most common causes of blurry vision seen by a doctor of ophthalmology or optometry include:

  • Dry eye syndrome
  • Eye allergies (e.g., pet dander, dust, mold, pollen, smoke, make-up, airborne chemicals, and contact lens solution)
  • Pregnancy 
  • Refractive errors, which affect the way light enters the eye and focuses on the retinas (common refractive errors include nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism)
  • Keratoconus (a progressively abnormal shape of the cornea)
  • Wearing contact lenses for too long
  • Photokeratitis (sun-blindness or snow blindness)
  • LASIK eye surgery (at least in the initial recovery period)
  • Underlying ocular diseases, such as cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration

How an Ophthalmologist in Shreveport Can Diagnose and Manage Your Blurry Vision 

The most important step in resolving your blurry vision is getting a proper diagnosis. An ophthalmologist in Shreveport can diagnose your case of blurry vision through a variety of tests and measures, including external/internal eye inspection, vision testing, lab work, and personal/family history assessment. 

Once a diagnosis has been made, our staff can initiate the appropriate treatment. This may include in-clinic services such as corrective eyewear prescription, medications, or even surgical procedures.

Is Your Vision Blurry? Get Answers and Assistance at the Shreveport Eye Clinic in Northwestern Louisiana

Call Shreveport Eye Clinic at 318-861-4009 to schedule an appointment and get to the root of your blurry vision issue. Our ophthalmology staff would be honored to help!

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