Amazon Honor System Click Here to Pay Learn More


How does Lupus effect vision?

      
Lupus does not normally cause any visual problems, but it can, very rarely, affect the brain, which can manifest in visual disturbances as well as fainting, memory loss, and sometimes fits. Lupus patients who have been precribed chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine should get eye tests at least every six years, as these medicines cause damage to the retina (the back of the eye) in some patients.


Related Questions


Ask your own question!