Did you know Amiodarone, Cordarone and Pacerone can cause vision changes?
These medications are commonly is used to treat heart rhythms and help your heart beat at a normal and regular pace. They are known to result in a number of side effects that can affect your vision. A person taking these medications can develop changes on the surface of the cornea over time. Rarely this will interfere with vision or cause glare symptoms. In rare cases, these medications can cause optic nerve and or retinal damage which can result in vision loss.
- Foggy Vision
- Light Sensitivity
- Vision Loss (Rare cases)
Comprehensive exams including dilation, amsler grid and visual field screening tests are recommended every 6 months in first year of therapy then annually thereafter.