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double vision, due to astigmatism?
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Hi, I'm a new member and it's great to find this site.
Question for you folks. I see mainly double images in each eye, although some ghosting from multiple images. It becomes very noticeable when driving and looking at a traffic light. From far, I see two lights, side by side, and as I approach, it merges to one. When I wear glasses (-1.75D and up) with no astigmatism correction, the double vision goes away.
It's been mentioned that monocular double vision is due to astigmatism. But having different focus points along the two axes should just cause blur or distortion. I use an electron microscope which have controls for changing the astigmation in x and y axes but I am unable to produce double images...just a blurry, distorted image.
How does a single eye produce double vision? (Is the eye behaving like it consists of two lenses?)
Do others here see double images to some degree? How did you improve it?
(I have a curvature in my backbone, which led to unbalanced posture, muscles in my back/neck/eyes(?) and I suspect is a cause of my astigmatism.) -thanks, Lou
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double vision, due to astigmatism? - by lou_deg - 07-18-2012, 04:45 AM
RE: double vision, due to astigmatism? - by David - 09-25-2016, 09:00 AM
Re: double vision, due to astigmatism? - by Nini - 02-22-2013, 08:22 AM
Re: double vision, due to astigmatism? - by Nini - 02-22-2013, 03:55 PM
Re: double vision, due to astigmatism? - by Nini - 02-23-2013, 01:44 AM
Re: double vision, due to astigmatism? - by Nini - 02-25-2013, 05:02 PM