What Are Causes of Blurred Vision in Diabetes?

Diabetes has many serious complications, blurred vision included.

Blurry vision is a symptom of glaucoma. Since people with diabetes has double risks of glaucoma than others, patients should take the blurry vision seriously.
Other symptoms of glaucoma may include:

loss of peripheral vision or tunnel vision

halos around lights

reddening of the eyes

ocular (eye) pain

nausea or vomiting
Blurry vision is also a sign of cataracts. Cataracts makes your eyes cloudy. People with diabetes tend to develop cataracts at a younger age than other adults. Other symptoms of cataracts include:

faded colors

clouded or blurry vision

double vision, usually in just one eye

sensitivity to light

glare or halos around lights


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