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I had my angioplasty and soon after that my “myopia” (which raised one grade mysteriously some months before) was almost disappeared.
Before my venogram procedure i had to buy new glasses, which now make me feel dizzy.
I am back to low myopia glasses i wore years ago.
I had both jugulars and azygos veins blocked.
It is possible that jugular’s blockage contributes to vein congestion of the veins of the eye bulbs?
Optic neuritis may also be caused by venous congestion of the nerve’s veins.
I think that correction of the venous congestion of the optic nerve’s veins leads to amelioration of colors and correction of the venous congestion of the eye veins leads to amelioration of diathlastic problems (such as myopia)
What do you think?
Should i change my glasses once more?
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