Vision

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Anyone with blurred vision since starting peri? I have it most times when i rest am better ..its scary tho😢😣

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    hi wendy.  I've had blurry vision on and off.  I had eyes checked but everything was ok.  They did say that I had dry eyes and I now use Natural Tears eyedrops almost every day for this.  It helps with the blurry vision too.  If you haven't already, have an eye test and maybe get the drops.  They are over the counter but you have to ask for these ones as they will just give the regular ones if you don't.  

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    Yes, and this is where woman start needing reading glasses.  The lack of estrogen does/can create dry eyes, as well as dryness all over the body.  
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    may eyes have become so bad! i need glasses for distance but never really use them unless its night and im driving or wearing my script sunglasses. but latley i find myself needing to wear more cause everything is blurry and fuzzy.
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      Kim this is exactlys what happens to me, I was also diagnosed with dry eye, over the counter drops helped but I now I have use my glasses all day sad since my close vision is getting worst now my new glasses are progressive, the dr said that dry eyes can cause blurry vision, that started in may, I never felt my eyes where dry, but when I use the drops my vision gets better, however this month I started feeling everything dry, my skin, mouth, vagina everything!!! Not fun...

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    I have it all the time some days are worst then others.

    Night time seems to better. I thought is was just me.

    Sometime I feel like I need to stretch my eyes open

    really wide to see clearly. It really is a scary thing to

    have your vision be so blurry.😑

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