If you have been experiencing double vision, you will want to come in to see our top-notch eye doctor at Quality Eye Care. Our ophthalmologist, Dr. Hazem Samy, at our ophthalmologist office Jacksonville, can determine the cause of your double vision.
If you have been experiencing double vision, it is definitely an indication that you are having some type of vision problem which should be seen by at our ophthalmologist office Jacksonville. There are different reasons why double vision can occur, and first you will want to determine whether or not the double vision is in your visual system, or in one eye. If the double vision only appears to be in one eye, you may have a problem with the cornea. Keratoconus, eye infections, scars, or even dry eye can cause double vision. Sometimes double vision can occur without other symptoms. However, sometimes other symptoms are present which can include: misalignment of eyes; pain when you move your eyes; pain in the temples; headache; nausea; weakness in your eyes; or droopy eyelids. If you are experiencing double vision, you will want to contact our office immediately for care. Sometimes double vision can change throughout the day, and will be more obvious when the patient is extremely tired. Sometimes the patient will even close one eye in order to improve their vision. Double vision in one or both eyes will often indicate whether or not the problem is in the eye, or in the brain. If, double vision is present in both eyes, but goes away when one eye is closed, the problem is neurological. This double vision can occur because the eyes are misaligned. There are many different reasons why double vision can occur, and it may take a series of tests for our ophthalmologist to determine the exact cause.
For an appointment to be seen by our eye doctor at our ophthalmologist office Jacksonville, simply contact us for an appointment.