My right eyes is extremely blurry, what should I do?

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I had my eyes checked 1 year ago and my eyes were perfect, but I don't know when, my right eye suddenly became REALLY blurry. It's extremely blurry!!!!! 

My left eye can see clearly,  but my right eye is just so blurry! 

I really don't want glasses, what should I do?

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    Can you make a new appt for your eye doc. Eyes can change a lot in a year. Blurry and watery could be many things. Catch eye issues early . Asking here is like googling for eyes that water and blurry will get many differt answers. Easier to see you eye specialist.
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    You need to go to an optician. Could be a detached retina or something else that an eye specialist would be able to identify. Don’t waste time your sight could be damaged. 
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    Get another opinion from a opthamologist or optomotrist, not an optician. Have them do a complete medical eye exam,not just one for glasses,also in this exam ask them to check the glands in your lids specifically for something called mgd and dry eye.
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    Mary if you are in UK you must make an urgent appt with an optician. He/she will be able to tell you what is going wrong and recommend a course of action.  If he cant see anything wrong with your eye you should see your GP ASAP.  Please dont ignore this, especially as you say this has happened suddenly.. 


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