• Pay attention to changes in your vision
    Signs and symptoms to look out for are sudden blurry, hazy, or double vision occurrences in one or both eyes; sudden or gradual loss of central vision; narrowing, or sudden reduction in your field of view; blind, dark, or red spots in your field of view; difficulty seeing in low-light; seeing flashes of light, floaters, or eye pain. If you notice any of these, contact your Optometrist immediately.

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