Low Eye Pressure?

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Air pressure in the eyes should be between 8-21 mm HG. If you have low eye pressure, it means your eye pressure was below 8 mm Hg. Usually, at this level, the eye can still see fine, but at around 6 mm HG, the vision will get blurry. The low pressure could potentially cause problems for the eye and the vision. Some people can react to a lower pressure level when their pressure is at 10 mm HG. Some might be fine until their pressure is at 2 mm HG. You should call the doctor with any signs of extreme pain or blurred vision.
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