I have developed narrow angle glaucoma which is a dysfunction of the iris, preventing draining and therefore building up pressure in the eye. The opthamologist kept asking me if anyone in my family had it as it is uncommon and usually hereditary. To my knowledge no one does and I can't help but wonder if it is chemotherapy or drug related. Between the steroids and benadryl and the unknown longterm effects of chemotherapy drugs, I can't help but wonder. I have taken taxol/carboplatin and pegselated liposomal doxil. Anyone else developed this out of the blue with no family history and suspect chemotherapy or related drugs as the cause?