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I have night blindness and I also see colour distortion

I see something in my visual field.I get partial night blindness and I also see colour distortion on the part of the night blindnes.I have gone for checkup and they says its floaters .but i hav check it up and it says it dosen't causes all of this.What is it?Is it really floaters?
Asked On : Sun, 11 Jul 2010
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It seems like floaters if you are myopic you should go for an eyecheckup with your ophthalmologist.You require a proper retinoscopic examination for the same.Also should get certain blood test to rule out diabetes and also get yourself checked up for hypertension.
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Answered: Wed, 7 Sep 2011
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floaters sometime occur because of age related changes,but sometime they are suggestive of retinal problem like hole,tear and detachment.consult any good retina ophthalmologist as you are having night and partial clour blindness which can be because of retinal disorder.
Answered: Wed, 7 Sep 2011
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