CindyM said:Hi Conrad - my eyesight is definately worse but this could be due to the fact that I am long overdue for a checkup. (I've worn eyeglasses since I was a little kid.) I have an appoointment scheduled next week so we will see then...I'll let you know if the Doc notices anyhting unusual. Cindy
Thank you beth My eyes are on fire when i yawn and tear. paxil low dose has helped my yawning 80% thus no tearing. my eye also some times will stick when i talk sometimes electricity like feeling will run through them THEY ALSO GET BLURRY. janflunarruna said:It certainly may be due to ALS, but I am not sure...one other thing is that blurred vision is a side-effect of many drugs PALS take, e.g., amitriptyline, scopalamine, robinul, and probably quite a few others, so just be sure and check through your drug regime for anything that may be causing it.
My husband has been having trouble getting his eyes open when he wakes up in the morning, for a few minutes, and also lots of burning and stinging when they water when he yawns for example....lately I've been worrying that the muscles of his eyes ae somehow affected. He says it is harder to blink now too, so they probably are affected.
Cheers, Beth (CALS to Shannon, diagnoseded 8/04 at age 40)
quadbliss said:Hi Conrad,
I experience exactly what you describe. I have not found any solutions yet, nor spoken to a professional.
Hi Conrad, my stepmum who has MND had problems with her eyes, she had a check up2 weeks ago and needed some glasses, she was experiencing double vision, this happened when she was reading and watching the telly. Hope this helpsvantec said:Does anyone with ALS have blurry vision? I know it is common to have dry eyes, but what about having trouble focusing their eyes?
levonne said:Hi Conrad, my stepmum who has MND had problems with her eyes, she had a check up2 weeks ago and needed some glasses, she was experiencing double vision, this happened when she was reading and watching the telly. Hope this helps