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Can anemia cause double vision?

I have anemia. And i get double vision now and then. Is this normal? Anyway, how can i reduce the double vision?
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  • Makayla raphael


    It's quite normal to get double vision now and then for the people who have anemia. Anemia develops when your blood lacks hemoglobin, which is a main part of red blood cells and binds oxygen. In other words, it is caused by blood loss, decreased red blood cell production or destruction of red blood cells. In other words, it means we are lack of blood. However, only by the blood circulation, can we keeps all the parts of body working, including eyes. Therefore, there are many eye problems, like redness, swelling eyes and double vision, stem from the anemia. The most simple and effective measure to change the condition is adjusting your diets. You need to balance your diets and eat liver, yolk, cereal and other foods rich in iron. Also, many vegetables contain much iron, such as black fungus, hair weeds, laver, etc. In addition, vitamin C helps the assimilation of the iron and the production of the hemoglobin, so you should take in sufficient vitamin C. And i promise your symptom will relieve soon.
  • Alexander


    Well, yes, anemia can cause double vision in some degree. So you need to pay more attention to it, or it can be dangerous. First, Anemia is a common blood disorder. And according to some researches, if the body does not produce enough red blood cells, it can occur. For the causes which can lead to it, it includes nutritional deficiency or difficulty processing iron, sudden or chronic blood loss, and some other reasons. Because of it, it can also lead to some other symptoms. By the way, anemia can lead to many eye problems, such as double vision, dark circles, and eye floaters and so on. To treat your double vision, of course, you need just take some foods which are rich in iron so that it can relieve your symptom.

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