Symptoms of Hyperopia

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The main symptom of hyperopia is blurred vision when looking at objects up close (reading), although depending on age and grading, it may also affect distant vision.  

Blurry vision does not tend to manifest in young patients if the hyperopia is not very high, but, in some cases, it may cause headaches, tired eyes, itching and, occasionally, difficulty learning or poor performance at school.  

Substantiated information by:

Jorge Peraza Nieves
Mireia Hereu

Published: 21 October 2020
Updated: 21 October 2020

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