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Vision Changes in Parkinson's

Vision Changes in Parkinson's

As we grow older, it is normal to experience age-related eye problems. These changes usually have nothing to do with Parkinson’s. If you are having vision problems, it is important to visit an ophthalmologist first.

Vision Changes in Parkinson’s

There are some vision changes that may be due to Parkinson’s or medications for PD:
•Double vision can occur due to medications or because the eyes have trouble working together, also called convergence insufficiency. Special prism glasses… read more

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A MyParkinsonsTeam Member said:

@A MyParkinsonsTeam Member

Absolutely Dianne.... I have a great PCP doctor, and when I first started to adjust to my PD meds (12 tabs Sinemet 25/100mg… read more

posted about 2 years ago
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