I am sorry to hear about your symptoms. In order to determine the cause of your blurry vision, I would need more information than that provided in your question. I strongly recommend you schedule an appointment with an ophthalmologist
, as you will require a full review of your medical history as well as a detailed physical exam and opthalmologic exam. After an in-person evaluation, the doctor
can explain the most likely cause of your symptoms and make recommendations on whether additional testing is needed.
Blurry vision can be caused by numerous factors. It is possible you are developing myopia (nearsightedness) or hyperopia (farsightedness) due to generally failing vision. This may require corrective lenses to improve. An issue with your retina could be causing blurry vision. If you have diabetes, this often leads to vascular changes in the retina that can cause poor vision. Strokes or TIAs (transient ischemic attacks) can cause vision changes, and blockages of your carotid arteries can cause vision changes. Rarely, certain infections can affect vision. Macular degeneration and glaucoma can also cause impaired vision. Given the numerous possibilities, it is not possible to provide a definitive answer. Again, I recommend you undergo a thorough evaluation by an ophthalmologist.