One day last month when I left home to go to the VA for my weekly PT for my bad back I notice that everything was blurry. I mean really blurry. I have worn glasses for 50 years and the first thing I hoped, since I am very near sighted, was that both the lens had fell out. Not so just wishful thinking. While I am at the VA I leave a message for the eye doctor that my vision is blurry. When I get home she had called and left a message asking me to come in the next day and that she would fit me in somehow even if she had to stay late to do it. The next day when she seen me she ask me if I had Diabetes and I told her that my blood test had been close to boarder line but never over. She check my eyes and said they did not looked damaged but that I should also see my primary VA doctor. She put a message for me in the computer for him to see the next day. The next morning he calls and tells me to get there ASAP and to go to the lab and get blood work done. After the results came back he gave me the bad news. A1A was 11.2 and the finger prick reading I think he said was 281. He put me on Glyburide and told me that if I listen to him and do what he tells me to do that my vision most likely will return to normal for me. Strange thing is that my vision did get back to the point that it matched my glasses again for a few days. But it has continued to change. Now it seems like the glasses are to strong. Just guessing here. I don't even wear the glasses in the house anymore I can see better without them. The glasses are no line trifocal and the intermediate region of the glasses seem to match what I need for the distance vision. It would be nice if Diabetes cured my nearsightedness. Yeah I know more wishful thinking.