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Regular eye tests are vital for early diagnosis as many eye conditions may be symptom-free for some time.
If someone is longsighted then they often find it difficult to see things at close range, causing eye strain and blur.
If someone is shortsighted they often find it difficult to see things that are far away.
Pterygium, pronounced te-ri-gi-um, is a condition where a raised spot of tissue begins to grow from the white part of the eye.
Astigmatism occurs due to the irregular shape of the cornea or the lens inside the eye.
Presbyopia or age related longsightedness for close work.
Spots or floaters are small specks or particles in the fluid of the eye (vitreous) that become noticeable when they move in your line of sight.
This eye disease causes the nerve fibres at the back of the eye to slowly die, which eventually leads to vision loss and blindness.
There are two types of macular degeneration: dry and wet. Learn more.
This condition is a clouding of the lens that deteriorates over time and can impact your vision.