Change in vision
Change in vision is a common complaint and its causes can range from a simple refractive change to more serious ocular diseases causing anatomical and physiological changes. Most of the time, changes in vision can be due to your eyeglass prescription changing with time, which may also be accompanied by dry eyes causing temporary vision issues. However, changes in vision can also occur due to more serious issues such as untreated or poorly controlled diabetes, retinal issues as such macular degeneration or cataracts that develop with age. Your optometrist can help you wade through the variety of potential causes and help pinpoint the reasons for your changes in vision.