Can I Drive If I Have Adie’s Pupil?
OCT 09, 2014
Can I still drive a car if I have Adie's pupil (a pupil that reacts slowly to light)?
Adie’s does not usually affect the basic focusing power of the eye. It affects accommodation (focusing) and light intensity adjustment. You can thus drive a car and might only have a problem with rapid changes in light intensity such as with oncoming headlights at night or leaving a darkish tunnel and entering bright sunlight. You can compensate for these so you, in fact, can safely drive a car.