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Can vomiting cause retinal detachment?

Is it possible that vomiting can lead to retinal detachment? What are factors that can cause retinal detachment?
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  • Melissa garcia


    Well, generally speaking, vomiting can lead to retinal detachment. First, you should know that Vomiting is typically found in high blood pressure, pain, type 2 diabetes, depression, multiple sclerosis. It is also a common side effect of Aspirin, Lasix, Byetta. If you have vomiting, it can be easy for you to have retinal detachment. Just be careful about it. Besides, there are also many other factors which can lead to retinal detachment, such as eye injury, severe high blood pressure. But you should know that the risks will not mean you will get retinal detachment, it is just a kind of possibility. So if you have some questions about retinal detachments, you can talk with your doctor. He or she can recommend detached retina symptoms to watch for and a schedule for regular eye exams.
  • Jack percy


    Yes, it is possible. However, people with high prescription will have such accident easily. Retinal detachment is the separation between two layers, like the retinal nerve in cortex and pigment epithelium. It has a potential clearance, but the separated clearance in retention liquid called retina according to cause the liquid. It can be divided into rhegmatogenous retinal detachment and exudative retinal detachment. The retinal detachment part does not work properly. And the brain accepts from eye ministry to become incomplete image. It should be treated as soon as possible. And the strong knock or other strenuous exercise may cause the retinal detachment for the people with high prescription.

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