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Luthy


03/01/2013

Can anemia cause blurred vision?

Is it possible to get blurred vision from anemia? Any idea? How can anemia affect our vision?
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  • Luis lewis

    03/06/2013

    The reasons of blurred version are various, for example, inflammation, infection of virus and bacteria, strabismus and weak version. Anemia means that the red blood cells in the systemic circulative blood reduce to the amount that is lower than the normal standard. Among the people who have gotten anemia, the number of female is bigger than that of male. Some symptom of the anemia is headache, dizzy and blurred version. It is said that people get anemia usually will feel dizzy and see things not so clearly. That's because the reduction of red blood cell. Brain, eye nerves, eye muscle cannot get enough supply from blood. Then they can not work properly.
  • Derek T.

    03/04/2013

    yes. Anemia can cause mental disorder, and you will get blurred vision on this occasion. I suggest you to have some sports that can give you a much stronger immunity and balance your diet to absorb enough nutrition. After a short time,you will feel better and your eyes will recover. wish my advice can help you.
  • Erika

    03/11/2013

    It is true that anemia often occurs in old times, but it still happens in modern society. Anemia is a medical condition in which the red blood cell count or hemoglobin is less than normal. Both the decrease in production of red blood cells or hemoglobin and the increase in loss or destruction of red blood cells are possible to lead to anemia. Symptoms are tired, fatigue easily, pale and hair loss, even heart problems. Not all eye problems are related to anemia included eye bags. However, eye sight can be affected by anemia indeed. Anemia affects eyesight deeply because of the normal value quantity of blood and oxygen cannot be reached. Blurred vision is usual described as see something unclear, which may also be caused by anemia.
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