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Should I talk to my doctor about symptoms of myopia?

Yes, you should talk to your doctor about myopia symptoms. Addressing your myopia can prevent further complications, keep you safe, and improve your life. Diagnosis is quick, and treatment may involve glasses that will improve your ability to see at a distance. Treatment will make watching TV, reading, or using a computer easier, as well as participating in outdoor activities. Talking to your doctor and being treated can also reduce headaches you may be experiencing.

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