I'm no "expert" by any stretch of imagination, especially in light of the fact that I did plaq for 3 weeks, then had to quit because of an allergic reation to something (probably not plaqeunil) but, from what I remember of a couple conversations with the rheumy & my pcp both, you usually don't have to even begin to worry about the eyes until at least 7 years with plaquenil, with the "average" (what's their definition of average??) being 10 years. Where they get their data from, I don't know. They told me that if a person were to have issues, it'd be right away, and an allergic one. Not to say that it can't happen sooner, but... They told me that "damage" from plaquenil is easy enough to spot early, just so long as you go to the eye guy regularly.
As to working with computers, it may just be co-incidence, but we started getting computers put in front of us where I work about 20 years ago, and by the time the turn of the century came (sounds so long ago, eh?), all of our work was on computers. That was my early to mid-40's, so it might just be an age thing with me, but I started losing my close-in sight about then... The main problem with working with computers is that constant looking at something at the same distance. You definitely have to take breaks from it, and go "exercise" your eyes so that they get used to that back and forth focusing stuff, like in "real life", ya know?... lol - play some baseball or something... tic
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