What Does It Mean When an Eyedoctor Checks Hyropia and Hypertension on the Diagnosis Sheet?

I read on the internet this may be the beginning of glaucoma. Is this true?
no the doctor didn’t give me a glaucoma test. I was just wondering if I might have something to worry about in the future.

Why Does Hyperopia Happen?

Hyperopia develops in eyes that focus images behind the retina instead of on the retina, which can result in blurred vision. This occurs when the eyeball is too short, which prevents incoming light from focusing directly on the retina. It may also be caused by an abnormal shape of the cornea or lens. Read Here….

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  • tonyjr April 15, 2009, 12:00 am

    Hyperopia is farsightedness. Hypertension is an increase in intraocular pressure. Yes it may cause glaucoma. You better see your doctor.

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