Depending on the location and size of a chalazion, you may experience visual problems as a result. Since it can affect the lower and upper eyelids and occur in both eyes simultaneously, the extent of your visual problems can vary. However, blurred or double visions are symptoms of chalazia. You may notice your vision growing worse in general. Protrusion of the eye can also occur as a result of a chalazion. Children with blurred vision because of astigmatism will need a large chalazion treated more urgently. Young kids may also not realize they have blurred vision, which can lead to a reduction of vision because of abnormal development.
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