The second major complication is a steroid related rise in eye pressure, also known as being a "steroid responder". This usually requires at least 2 weeks of continuous steroid use, and is reversible if the steroid is discontinued. The rise in pressure can be very high but if often asymptomatic. It may be more common in people already being treated for glaucoma. If a person has glaucoma or has a history of steroid related eye pressure problems, they should consult with an ophthalmologist for monitoring of eye pressure if steroid treatment is being contemplated.