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Adult Glaucoma Suspect (cont.)

Adult Glaucoma Suspect Symptoms

People who are glaucoma suspect do not usually experience any symptoms. Those with possible angle-closure glaucoma may experience intermittent headaches, see haloes, or have blurred vision. By the time people with glaucoma would notice vision loss, significant amounts of optic nerve damage and vision loss have already occurred. The optic nerve damage and vision loss are permanent.

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