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  • Pregnancy, your body goes changes during pregnancy, and your eyes can be affected too. As the hormone levels fluctuate you could experience dry eyes, blurred or distorted vision, floaters in your vision. Some of these symptoms are just temporary, but it’s important to visit your optometrist if the symptoms worsen or three months post-partum. 
  • Children, Teens & Adults, the vision change fast during your child’s development, it’s important to keep on top of their eye health. Nearsightedness or (Myopia), farsightedness (Hyperopia), Astigmatism, eyes strain or fatigue are very common and often missed diagnosed. Uncorrected vision problems can affect their ability to studies, working, their social life or play sport. 
  • Over 40s, Changes to your vision are a natural part of the ageing process of your eyes.  If you have family history of glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) or diabetes, you might be more a risk. Seen an optometrist every year, with an early diagnosis most age-related conditions can be managed effectively.


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