Blood vessels supplying blood to eyes can also get damaged over time due to high blood pressure leading to blurred vision, bleeding and even loss of vision.
Retinopathy– The blood vessels supplying blood to the retina get damaged due to high blood pressure leading to Retinopathy which causes bleeding, blurred vision and loss of vision.
Choroidopathy is fluid build up under the retina due to blood vessels which start to leak as they get damaged due to high blood pressure which results in blurred vision, distorted vision and permanent impairment
Optic Neuropathy results when the optic nerve gets damaged due to high blood pressure, which results in bleeding and vision loss. Damage is often irreversible.
To get a 2nd opinion if you have blurred vision, cataracts
, squints, galucoma, diabetic retinopathy
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