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Damage to eye in childhood, difficult to see far away objects, difficult to see in the dark. Treatment?

Hi sir this is suresh& am 24 year old, i my childhood i got damaged to my eye while am playing game to my right eye. that time i got treatment & but it was difficult to see long objects & even i was find it harder to see at evening. now am using specticals. my quastion is there any treatment for my problem...? hope you will reply...
Asked On : Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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Dear Friend,

After injury to you eye... It is seen that multiple factors can affect you vision, to name a few are 1. corneal injury, 2. iris damage leading to pupil dilatation or a fixed pupil, 3. cataract 4. lens subluxation, 5 vitreous haemorraghe leading to permanent vitreous condensation bands, 6 retinal damage 7 refractive error change etc. wearing spectacles can correct only the refractive error change. you are required to consult an eye specialist to confirm the cause of blurred vision in your case so that treatment if any can be planned for you. Take care
Answered: Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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