Glaucoma can cause eye pain, headache, blurred vision, nausea, vomiting, halos and so on. Except glaucoma, there are still many problems can cause blurred vision, such as myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, presbyopia, chronic dry eyes, pregnancy, eye floaters, over-wearing contact lenses, eye drops and medication and so on. See an eye doctor to identify what causes your blurred vision.
Yes, it is quite normal to get blurred vision when one suffers glaucoma. Glaucoma is induced by intermittent or continuous rising intraocular pressure. Continuous high intraocular pressure will damage eye tissue and visual function, leading to vision loss and narrow vision. If no prompt treatment for glaucoma, one may go blind. Glaucoma patients shall consult doctors regularly, take intraocular pressure test and check vision. Meanwhile, glaucoma patients shall have a good rest, don't stay up or take night shift work, keep a calm mind and don't get anxious or irritated.
Yes, it is normal for you to get blurred vision when you suffer glaucoma. Once you get glaucoma, your eye pressure will not be stable. You will feel dry at the eyes. That is the main reason for you to get the blurred vision. You need to have the good rest for the eyes, using some eye drops to release the symptom. You should also take some medical treatment to cure your glaucoma.