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Pregnant. Having vision difference, seeing bumps on straight horizontal lines. Is it normal or due to tiredness?

Hi, I am 12 weeks pregnant and I noticed a slight difference in my vision since March 12..I would see a little bump on straight horizontal lines...this went away but came back March 19th....Sometimes I see it and sometimes my eyes have normal vision..My prescription glasses right now is only for glare and bright light...Is this normal? I find my vision is a bit glassy...don t know if its because of the tiredness?????? Amelia (T&T)
Asked On : Thu, 5 Apr 2012
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Hi Amelia,
Thanks for writing in.
Fatigue can cause blurring of vision but that should become ok when you are no longer tired. Pregnancy as such has no impact on your vision. I would suggest you see a ophthalmologist who can do a vision exam for you and test whether your near and distant vision is ok.
Hope this helps.
Answered: Thu, 5 Apr 2012
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