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Mostly such transient yelllow vision is due to transient ischemic stroke (TIA), Ethanol consumption, Retinal detachment or it can be without any reason a harmless transient issue.
Still we have to be sure as it's your vision and we need to take adequate actions to find out the cause to prevent any permanent disability.
So my advice is to get a Fundus examination, retina examination, Blood pressure evaluation done.
If everything is fine from an opthalmologist point of view then you would be evaluated for any risk factors of stroke like presence of diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, obesity , advancing age, contraceptive use and smoking. If the risk factors are significant then you would need to get a MRI brain too to rule out TIA.
If Everything is fine you would just be given lubricating eye drops for the purpose.
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