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FAQs / Are Sudden Vision Changes from Taking Melatonin Reversible in Glaucoma Patients?

QUESTION:

Are sudden vision changes from taking melatonin reversible in Glaucoma patients?

K. Hallmark‎ via Facebook


ANSWER:

I’m not aware of Melatonin causing sudden vision changes. Indeed, Melatonin is occasionally recommended for those with glaucoma in order to protect from vision loss.

 

Warm regards,
David Richardson, MD

Date: February 12, 2016

 

Posted in: Glaucoma, Loss Of Vision [Others]

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