Example question when did your vision begin worsening

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Example Question: When did your vision begin worsening? Finding: Reports blurry vision only occurs when reading for long periods
(Available) Pro Tip: Establishing a timeline of Tina's blurry vision will illustrate how long she has been suffering these particular symptoms and might indicate possible triggers. Example Question: When does your blurry vision occur? Finding: Reports noticing blurry vision increasing in the past few months (Available) Pro Tip: Establishing a timeline of Tina's blurry vision will illustrate how long she has been suffering these particular symptoms and might indicate possible triggers. Example Question: Have you been getting blurry vision more often? Finding: Asked about relieving factors for blurry vision Finding: Reports that resting eyes helps (Available) Pro Tip: Tina's response to a question about recent vision management will reveal the severity of her symptoms, her health literacy, and the way she's complied with previous treatment plans. Example Question: What makes your blurry vision go away? Finding: Asked about vision care Finding:
Reports last vision exam was in childhood (Available) Pro Tip: Asking Tina when her last vision test was will indicate the degree to which she's seen her vision as something that has needed medical attention. Example Question: When was your last vision exam? Finding: Denies use of corrective lenses (Available) Pro Tip: Corrective lenses might indicate a recent change in vision. Asking Tina whether she has glasses or contacts solicits information about her vision history. Example Question: Do you use corrective lenses? Finding: Asked about additional eye problems Finding: Reports occasional itchy eyes (Available) Pro Tip: Environmental factors can often be primary allergy triggers. Asking whether Tina's eyes itch can reveal one such trigger. Example Question: Does your cat allergy make your eyes itch? Finding: Reports occasional eye redness (Available)
Pro Tip: Environmental factors can often be primary allergy triggers. Asking whether Tina's eyes become red can reveal one such trigger. Example Question: Do you have eye redness? Finding: Denies eye pain (Available) Pro Tip: Sinusitis can create pressure behind the eyes, causing eye pain. Asking Tina whether she is experiencing eye pain solicits information about possible symptoms. Example Question: Do you have eye pain? Finding: Denies eye dryness (Available) Pro Tip: Dry eyes occur when the eyes do not produce enough tears to lubricate them. Asking Tina if she has dry eyes solicits information about one particular symptom. Example Question: Do you have eye dryness? Finding: Asked about triggers for eye symptoms Finding: Reports cat allergy is a trigger for itchy eyes (Available) Pro Tip: Discerning what's making Tina's eyes itch can point to possible triggers like environmental factors, bodily positions, or movements that may have a bearing on Tina's breathing.
Example Question: Does being around cats make your eyes itch?

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