... what is the cause of shaking eyes (0 replies)
... of vitreous gel......get it checked, but it's probably ok.....my eye dr told me it could take up to a year for them to settle on the bottom of your eye, picture shaking up a snow globe....... ... (3 replies)
... has your vision changed any since you've notice the shaky eye feeling?
i have vitreous gel thats attached to my retina in my left eye, causing my central vison to be blocked. I've been seeing retina specialist since Sept. and during the last couple of weeks i have had the same shaky/dizzy feeling in my left eye.
i'm planning to ask my dr. about it when I go back on the... (1 replies)
... I have had two incidents where I have felt as if my eyes were vibrating and then felt dizzy all at the same time. Any ideas on what this might be? ... (1 replies)
... it was a dry sinus infection, my ethmoid and frontal sinuses were completely blocked putting pressure on my eyes causing the vision and light headed problems....I INSISTED on a strong 10 2 week round of augmentin and guess what.... ... (7 replies)
... r a couple of weeks now. Ear pain not involved. Havent gone to a docter because i cant afford it. Im getting really worried about these symptoms. When the vision shaking occurs, and i close my eyes, it feels like the whole world is spinning. It lasts breifly, maybe 5 minutes, but it feels like forever. I get really... ... (7 replies)
... ot my medical records and read them all. It turns out the ct scan was abnormal, frontal and ethmoid sinuses were almost completely blocked causing pressure on my eyes and that's what caused the shimming of the vision and lightheadedness....I suffered with this for a miserable 9 MONTHS!!! ... (7 replies)
... I found one of the eyes don't focus as well. If I close that eye, it the swaying or shifting vision does not occur as much. ... (7 replies)
... Swollen glands below jaw on both sides with vision shimmering side to side. Mild on and off headaches and sinus like pressure above and around eyes and on forehead. ... (7 replies)
... Considering involuntary eye shaking is caused by one kind of neurological disorder or another, and this causes your eyes strain, it doesn't sound like a good thing. ... (3 replies)
... It's nice to see how many people can actually do this. I have been able to shake my eyes since I was 4 and now that I'm 20, it's still going strong. ... (3 replies)
... Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone could help me figure out what might be wrong with my eye (i.e. whether I should go see someone about it).
Over the past few months I've had moments where my vision suddenly starts shaking (not sure yet if it's one or both eyes as it usually happens out of the blue), usually I feel some throbbing pressure in the head (usually on the... (1 replies)
... During my education on the human body in school, I learned about the nerves that intervate the eyes muscles. There are so many tiny muscles that move the eye, and surely this movement comes from an ability to flex those tiny muscles. ... (20 replies)
... I wonder if it is damaging to the eyes at all. ... (20 replies)
... well I'm 17 and I've been able to shake my eyes for as long as I can remember. ... (20 replies)
... go Phyxius!! Woot woot!! Thanks for backing me up!! Yeah that other guys response to my own was totally inappropriate, "a feeble attempt for attention".... yeah whatever. oh well, lol, besides i never asked for a psychoanalysis anyway, i was just curious about my eyes. Oh well. Some people feel the need to act superior by scrutinizing everything that another person says,... (20 replies)
... WOW!! My wife suggested that I go online to try to find someone else that can do what I can do. You, my friend, are not alone. I can shake my eyes whenever I feel like it. The skill has somewhat faded over the last 10 years or so, but I can still do it. ... (20 replies)
... well, it does entertain certain people. Shaking my eyes also lets me freak people out, haha so i guess you could say it may be a feeble tempt at gaining a person's attention. ... (20 replies)
... This rapid shaking doesnt hurt and I can stop it and start it at will, but I was wondering what it is. ... (20 replies)
... hi, I dont actually have any problems with my eyes, other than wearing glasses, but i do have a question. Ever since i can remember i have been able to shake my eyes at will, by shaking i mean small rapid back and forth movements as if they were vibrating. ... (20 replies)