I posted a topic regarding my eyesight and MTX a few days ago...I thought maybe the MTX (methotrexate) was giving me some vision problems. Glad to say that I saw an opthomologist today who did a complete eye exam. He stated he did not think my recent vision changes were caused by the drug, but that it is just a vision change and coincidental that my vision changed during my first 5 weeks of being on MTX. He told me to continue MTX, and to get a new pair of glasses! Just wanted to let you know in case some of you might be concerned if you are just going on MTX.
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