Signs You Have Diabetic Retinopathy

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People with diabetes are more susceptible to certain health conditions. One of these is diabetic retinopathy. This is a complication that damages blood vessels near the back of eyes. It can occur in individuals who have either type 1 diabetes or type 2.

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Signs You Have Diabetic Retinopathy:

Signs You Have Diabetic Retinopathy

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People with diabetes are more susceptible to certain health conditions. One of these is diabetic retinopathy. This is a complication that damages blood vessels near the back of eyes. It can occur in individuals who have either type 1 diabetes or type 2. It is crucial to be aware of the symptoms because many times this condition is asymptomatic at first. That means symptoms appearing are a sign that the disease has already progressed quite a bit.   The Signs   You might see the following symptoms in either one or both of your eyes.

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The presence of any one of them is a good enough reason to schedule a time to see your optometrist. The signs include: • Loss of vision • Impaired ability to see colors • Blurry vision • Dark areas surrounding your eyesight • Vision fluctuates in quality • Dark spots float around field of vision

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Prevention   The best way to reduce your risk of getting diabetic retinopathy is to get your diabetes under control. You should also schedule routine checkups with your eye doctor at least once a year. This gives a doctor a chance to see if you have any eye complications before they get any more severe.   With the proper steps, you will maintain good eyesight for some time to come. Visit this website in the event you require diabetic retinopathy treatment in La Mesa.

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