Anyone experience PE Postnatal Blurry Vision?

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Re: Anyone experience PE Postnatal Blurry Vision?

Post by alviarin » Mon Dec 16, 2013 11:18 am

Hi I'm sorry to hear your wife is still dealing with blurred vision postpartum. Has she noticed any improvement since your last post or are things still the same?

You could try entering search terms like "blurred vision" in the upper right hand corner of your screen and see what turns up in old posts. I know we have had other posters with lingering vision problems postpartum, even if they may not be active on the forums now.

Anyone experience PE Postnatal Blurry Vision?

Post by Ron » Thu Nov 21, 2013 01:30 am

Hi everybody, i'm Ron, Is anyone aware that how long its takes to recover from preeclampsia's blurry vision? As told by doctor that this was due to high BP which will recover after BP is under control. It been 3weeks after my wife give birth. Her BP is under control 110/85, but still under BP med. however, she still seeing things very dark, blurry vision & problem in seeing bright area.
We had seek eye specialist & did many tests including MRI brain scan & mention that there was nothing wrong with the eyes & everything else. therefore the specialist refer us to a neuro-ophthalmology. Likewise they had done many tests & results that there was damage in the retina blood vessels. But no med was given, only a supplement "Lutein" & a appointment in 3months later..
Anyone have these concerns as well?

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