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woke up with fuzzy vision

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  • Posted By: louise80
  • March 3, 2008
  • 01:26 PM

Hi i hope you can help

I woke up this morning and couldn't see properly. It's hard to explain but my sight was a little fuzzy like when you get up too fast and see colours and streaks. It seemed to get worse if i staired at something of went in to a bright room. I had a look at my eyes in the mirror and part of my pupil was white.
This really worried me although it all cleared up within an hour.

I have had this before but i only seem to get it about twice a year if that.

I had an eye test a few weeks ago and my eyes were fine, although i didn't have any symptoms then.

I'm ok now but feel tired and am blinking a bit to clear my eyes as you do when you feel tired. Is this normal?

Hope you can help

louise:(

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  • You should get checked out for diabetes. http://www.wrongdiagnosis.com/d/diabetes/intro.htm From Wrong Diagnosis:List of symptoms of Diabetes:The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Diabetes includes the 64 symptoms listed below: No early symptoms - many people have Type 2 diabetes without knowing itEarly mild symptoms - from moderate blood sugars (which are still dangerous and lead to serious complications):AbscessSkin rashesSkin infectionsAthlete's footPoor skin healingUrinary tract infectionsCandidaThrushDry itchy skinFlaky skinSkin ulcersSkin boilsPeripheral neuropathyParesthesiasFoot tinglingFoot numbnessHand tinglingHand numbnessBlurred visionSexual problemsErectile failureUnusual vaginal drynessPremature menopauseAbsent periodsPoor healing - any type of difficulty healing of minor infections, injury or after surgery.Weight lossWeight gainDrowsinessMalaiseLater more extreme symptoms when blood sugars get higher:Excessive thirstExcessive urinationDehydrationBed wetting - in childrenExcessive hungerTirednessWeight lossSevere blurred visionMuscle crampsMuscle achesHeadachesIrritabilityTirednessFatigueMuscle weaknessAcne - often worsens from diabetes and improves once sugars controlledSexual problemsErectile failureUnusual vaginal drynessAbsent menstrual periodsPersistent fungal skin infectionsAthlete's footTineaThrush (Candida)Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar Nonketotic Syndrome (HHNS) - a very severe life-threatening complication of high blood sugarsDiabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) - a very severe life-threatening complication of high blood sugars, requiring emergency treatment, which has very severe symptoms:NauseaVomitingSweet-smelling fruity acetone breathBreathing difficultyRapid PulseAbdominal pain - usually in childrenHi i hope you can help I woke up this morning and couldn't see properly. It's hard to explain but my sight was a little fuzzy like when you get up too fast and see colours and streaks. It seemed to get worse if i staired at something of went in to a bright room. I had a look at my eyes in the mirror and part of my pupil was white.This really worried me although it all cleared up within an hour. I have had this before but i only seem to get it about twice a year if that. I had an eye test a few weeks ago and my eyes were fine, although i didn't have any symptoms then. I'm ok now but feel tired and am blinking a bit to clear my eyes as you do when you feel tired. Is this normal? Hope you can help louise:(
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  • Hi and thankyou for your replyDo you really think I could be diabetic?This has really worried me as i am hoping to join the territorial army in a couple of weeks and if i am diabetic i will be unable to join!:(:eek:My father is diabetic so i know i have a stronger chance of geeting it than others because of this.I will have to have a medical with the TA before i sign up so will have a word with the nurse there then. They probably test everyone for diabetes.I really hope i don't have it as was really hoping to join up.:(:(Louise
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  • Family HX ... and this symptom... yes it is possible... get checked out as your eyes are valuable. You may be able to prevent serious complications if so by a prompt diagnosis. Don't dely, get checked out for it. Hi and thankyou for your reply Do you really think I could be diabetic? This has really worried me as i am hoping to join the territorial army in a couple of weeks and if i am diabetic i will be unable to join!:(:eek: My father is diabetic so i know i have a stronger chance of geeting it than others because of this. I will have to have a medical with the TA before i sign up so will have a word with the nurse there then. They probably test everyone for diabetes. I really hope i don't have it as was really hoping to join up.:(:( Louise
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  • Hello, Following a Staph Infection which involved several boils that healed, I was left with a feeling of malaise and a general sense of not being well. I got tired easily and feel mildly depressed and inpatient and frustrated easily. My eyes itch a little and feel fuzzy and slightly out of focus. Any ideas? Thank you.Malaise Lady
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