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Can eye exam detect high blood pressure?

An eye exam can tell you if you have high blood pressure? Really?
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  • b0ys_r_gay


    It is possible to find out high blood pressure for an eye exam. Usually, people with high blood pressure also experience high eye pressure. The eye doctor can notice a sign during a routine eye test. If he thought you have high blood pressure, he will told you To get a correct result, you shall tell your doctor before you take the exam that your eye diseases history such as allergic or glaucoma etc.
  • Robert Lipman


    It is good to take eye exam regularly. It can help you find many problems in early stage. And usually eye doctors can find signs by eye test if you have high blood pressure. Besides, apart from high blood pressure, taking eye exam can also help you find out eye problems such as glaucoma or cataracts etc in early time in cases, thus you can cure the eye diseases timely. Good luck.
  • walkingintoyou


    Absolutely yes.It's quite common to spot high blood pressure signs in the eyes of younger people who haven't started having regular checks for the condition.Optometrists will look out for squiggly blood vessels in the retina-triggered by the force of the blood passing through-which can lead to haemorrhaging behind the eye.

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