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What You Need To Know To Prevent Vision Loss        Many individuals within the United States have already been diagnosed with diabetes. In addition, there is also a population of people that have diabetes, but that are currently undiagnosed. This is super scary! In either case, your eye doctor can play a role in diagnosing and managing your diabetes. Ultimately, patients at a risk for diabetes, or those already diagnosed, should be seen by their Optometrist at a minimum basis of one time per year for a dilated...

The Hidden Symptoms of Diabetic Retinopathy The most important thing to understand regarding the symptoms of diabetic retinopathy is that early in the progression of the disease, there may not actually be any symptoms of diabetic retinopathy. Most diabetics don’t begin experiencing serious symptoms until at least ten years after their original diabetic diagnosis. However, it’s important to get regular eye exams, since background retinopathy can be detected by an eye doctor even if you haven’t noticed changes to your vision. The period of time before serious symptoms emerge is...

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