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Review: could L - arginine cause Vision blurred?

Summary: there is no Vision blurred reported by people who take L - arginine yet.

We study 27 people who have side effects while taking L - arginine from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Vision blurred and more.

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L - arginine

L - arginine has active ingredients of l - arginine. It is often used in erection problems. (latest outcomes from 88 L - arginine users)

Vision blurred

Vision blurred has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis, high blood pressure, depression, pain, high blood cholesterol. (latest reports from 48,523 Vision blurred patients)

On Jan, 16, 2015: No report is found

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  • Atrio venticular block with slowing pr interval
    I was wondering if any nutritional supplements could possibly...just possibly improve the PR Interval and speed up the electrical impulse?

    As a shot in the dark could possibly supplements such as: AMPK, NAD, Unbiquinol,
    PQQ, Gultathione, magnesium, potassium, or lithium or B-complex improve the electrical impulse?
  • Are there any long term effects of the blurred vision side-effect?
    I woke up at 10:45 with some cramping. After about 30 minutes without relief I took Miralax and Ibuprofen together. I went to work at 3 and moved heavy boxes for about 2 hours with minimal cramping. I ate a normal lunch/supper and went to bet at 10:00 PM. I got out of bed at 10:30 to get a drink and realized after having been back for a while that I was having trouble seeing the digital clock. I got back out of bed at 11:30 and went to get a drink. After entering the kitchen and putting my glasses on I realized that I couldn't hardly see the clock. It got slightly worse after that to the point that I was seeing double vision in my left eye (with my right eye closed). It is almost gone now.



    Other Relevant information: I have a lazy eye (my right). I have more than higher than average blood pressure.

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  • Henry Virkler on Dec, 30, 2014:

    I'm 66 years old and also experienced blurred vision while on the drug. About a week after stopping it, my vision has returned to what it was before taking the medication

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    Dr. Edwin on Nov, 9, 2012:

    hello
    i've just found this article because i'm on a 5 day course of azithromycin cause a i have been diagnosed with typhoid fever, i have to mention i'm a doctor and i was aware of the side effects but this time they really hit me i have been with blurred vision for 5 days, headaches, nausea, common symptoms but really hard, watch out with the treatment, especially if you have a heart disease due to qt disorders

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