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Eyes seem foggy. Getting burning sensation in eyes. What is the problem and required treatment?

Lately or about once a week or so, my eyes seem foggy to me, as if I am looking through a haze. On Occasion, often near evening, I witness a glowing or halo around outdoor lights. I have also have recently encountered a random burning sensation in the eyes, that is often enough to causes me to tear. Oddly the symptoms may suddenly be gone? What might this be?
Asked On : Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
if you are seeing foggy then please see a ophthalmologist,he will have a complete examination and look for where the problem is.
halos around light is due to corneal edema.
cause for corneal edema could be cataract or glaucoma. the other symptom which you have about burning,is it just burning or it is some pain..cause if you also have pain then it could be pointing towards glaucoma.
please get your eyes checked as soon as possible.
hope this helps.
Answered: Sat, 7 Jul 2012
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