Night light smudging and moonlight phenomenon
Q: A woman in her early 20s. Last spring, when I was a senior in high school. One day, there were several moons. I thought it was because my eyes were tired, so I didn’t care much about it. At first, only the right eye was used, but later the left eye also slightly spread. My right eye is smudging a lot. The letters look blurry. Should I say that it looks blurry? There is a feeling that something is stuck in my eyes 비아그라 구매
As I worked part-time after graduating from high school, the night glow became more severe. When I visited the local hospital, the doctor said. I think the intraocular pressure is similar to glaucoma. I put eye drops that open my eyes and examined my eyes with light. They said there seems to be nothing wrong.
You will have to study and have a social life, but I think it will be painful because of the night glow. I’m still young, but I have severe myopia and myopia. What should I do?
A: Night light flashes can occur due to various causes such as macular abnormalities, cataracts, glaucoma, astigmatism, and dry eye syndrome due to high myopia. It is recommended to visit an ophthalmologist for a thorough examination because it can easily occur simply when eye fatigue appears.