Aging and Your Eyes

Aging and Your Eyes, Cleveland Clinic. Discussion of the medical aspects of several types of common age-related eye problems, as well as three suggestions for preventing eye problems: (1) see your family doctor regularly to check for diseases like diabetes that could cause eye problems, (2) Visit your ophthalmologist every one to two years, and (3) Have an eye exam with pupil dilation, at least once every year, if you have diabetes or a family history of eye disease. See an eye doctor immediately if you have any loss of eyesight, blurred vision, eye pain, double vision, redness, swelling of your eye or eyelid, or fluids coming from the eye.

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