If she has cataracts or glaucoma, her vision is at risk but treatment earlier is easier. If you are reluctant or have no time to take her to the ophthalmologist, you may find your life disrupted due to the need of caring for a parent who is permanently blind.
Roger Ohanesian, MD
Sean Adrean MD, FAAO
- variable sugar levels could affect visual changes
-Diabetic macular edema
Only a qualified trained Ophthalmologist can rule out the cause of the problem after thorough examination.
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If her retina (and central retina, which is the macula) has diabetic disease, the sooner she sees an Ophthalmologist the better for her long-term vision.