Head injuries and concussion can come with various eye-related problems. In fact, studies have found that vision issues may affect 69 to 82 percent of concussed individuals. You must contact your eye doctor immediately if you begin noticing changes in your sight following a concussion or head trauma.
Some medications you may have been prescribed and even certain over-the-counter drugs can have adverse effects on your eyes and/or vision. These meds can affect your lens, retina or cornea.