Yes, it is possible for you to get blurry vision from optic neuritis. Optic neuritis refers to diseases such as inflammatory demyelinating, optic nonspecific inflammation and infection with different pathological damage which can be divided into the ball within a period of apparent papillitis and ball in the back. There are three main symptoms of optic neuritis. The first one is the vision loss. The second one is the change of the field of view. The last one is the pupil change. There are a lot of side effects when you get optic neuritis. When you have the vision loss, you will completely have absence in pupil direct light reaction. You will have severe visual impairment. Your pupil direct light reaction is abating. it will begin to shrink. Your eyes may get dry easily. That is the reason for you to get blurry vision. You could use some eye drops to moisture the eyes and let eyes get comfortable.
Blurry vision is the most prominent symptom of optic neuritis. Optic neuritis is the inflammation of optic nerves, which means the optic nerve has already been damaged. This optic nerve control the visual ability of eyes. People who get optic neuritis will suffer fogy or cloudy in cornea, and then blurry vision occurs gradually. With day by day, optic neuritis will be worse than before until you lose vision completely.
Yes, I am afraid it will. Optic neuritis tends to refer to inflammation of the optic nerve, which connects the eye to the brain. Once the nerve damages, we will be blind. The major symptom of optic neuritis is vision loss, varying from a small area of blurring to complete blindness within one or two days. In addition, those who suffer optic neuritis may also notice vision clarity reduction; vision color distorted (loss of contrasts) and sees less vivid vision than normal. The frequent eye movement, high temperatures and the intensive exercise worse the situation leading to vision loss. Vision loss is usually temporary if you have timely rescue, otherwise it may be permanent in some cases. Well, the disease can not be detected in its early stage due to our unawareness of subtle visual loss (optic neuritis can just affect only one eye), unless our doctor asks us to close or cover another healthy eye.