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Does fms ever affect the eyes?
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M - August 14

Does fms ever affect the eyes?

 

M - July 25

Actually more to question, does it affect your vision????

 

sheila - July 26

if you are having the headaches related to fibro then yes they are more like migraines....so vision will be affected.

 

Judy - July 28

I find that my vision changes from day to day. Some days I can see just fine and other days my vision is blurred. I wear glasses for reading and television and some days I feel I need them and other times when I wear them I can't see a thing and can see better without them. Has anybody else had this problem?

 

Oestaira - July 29

From what I've read, FM can cause dyplopia (double vision), blured vision and perceptive problems. It may also cause 'drifting eyes'. None of these have long lasting physical problems. The only physicaly dibilitating aspect in reference to the eyes is that you may need to frequently change your eyeglasses prescription.

 

pumpkin - August 7

I have problems with dizziness - and my latest guess is that one of the tender points in the upper part of my back is affecting the muscles of my eyes. Exercises traing these muscles help a little. See tp://www.fibromyalgia-symptoms.
org/fibromyalgia_dizziness.html
for more info

 

Joni - August 14

I just found this website today & agree with majority of symptoms including vision blurred at times as though looking through saran wrap. http://www.fibrofix.com/

 

tonyab1838 - August 14

I'm glad that there are other people having this problem. I thought that there was something wrong with my eyes. Some days I see just fine and then other days or even part of the days, things are blurry. I find that I wear my reading glasses just to watch television. I didn't have to do this before. Thanks so much for website.

 

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