Glaucoma can be present without pain, blurriness

Q: My eye doctor prescribed an eyedrop for glaucoma a couple years ago, but they were expensive and I did not see or feel any better, so I stopped taking them. Recently, I went to the local health fair, they said my eye pressures were fine. I am confused about what to do.

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