Fluctuating vision refers to frequent changes in the clarity of vision. A patient may have blurred vision that comes and goes, or any number of other vision irregularities. Fluctuating vision may be a sign of diabetes or hypertension (high blood pressure), which are chronic conditions that can damage the blood vessels in the retina. Any damage to the retina can cause permanent vision loss, and so a patient with fluctuating vision should seek immediate medial attention.
Condition associated with fluctuating vision: