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... at scripps hospital she's the one that said she thought it was a infection, but that it could be early stages MS. I just have never heard loss of vision from MS, and when you try to get him to follow your finger with his eye, it won't move that's what i meant. ... (9 replies)
... Tiff... Ok let me start my saying that there is no real pattern to the way that MS presents itself. Everyone's symptoms vary to some degree. The loss of vision may be caused by optic neuritis. ... (9 replies)
... I would see an opthamologist to look at eye problems. Those flashes are common with MS patients but also it can mean a tearing retina. So much of what you are describing sounds like a severe infection which could be caused by the tooth problem. ... (2 replies)

MS event
Jul 30, 2005
... Hi, Thanks for both of your posts. The double vision does get really hard sometimes. With mine I can look straight and see ok, but if I barely turn my eyes to the left then everything is doubled. They called it internuclear opthamoliga and I also have nyastigmus. ... (5 replies)
MS event
Jul 30, 2005
... mes, but I wanted to see if anyone has experienced something similar. I have had double vision for almost 1 year now. After going to countless doctors, one neuro opthamologist repeated the brain mri and I do have one leision on the brainstem which is causing all of this. ... (5 replies)
... I think you would have to look up inflammatory diseases and see if any of the symptoms you're having are similar. Can your primary doctor refer you to a second neuro for a second opinion? ... (2 replies)
... Actually, I was diagnosed with MS when I was 20. Back then there were no such things as MRI's so they relied solely on spinal taps, of which I had 3. ... (7 replies)
Abnormal Brain MRI
May 30, 2005
... ast summer, I went to my optometrist for a routine contact check. At that time, the did a field vision test that i failed miserably. they thought pituitary tumor and sent me for an MRI. the MRI showed no tumor, but multiple small areas of increased activity. i was told over the phone that i had MS. ... (2 replies)
... and had thought about life insurance before my diagnoises. After that, I thought I had bought the wrong kind and found out that I would have to be in remisssion for 2 years before insurance was viable. I kept my policy that had a rider and was whole life. ... (1 replies)
... opthamologist and "inconclusive" according to the radiologists. He has not had an MS diagnosis nor any other "conclusive" MS symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... r trying to figure out what is wrong with me. I have come to the conclusion that it is MS, obviously, i would really rather it wasnt! I'll describe my symptoms and you can tell me what you think. ... (3 replies)
... ptic neuritis a few months ago, but that there was no treatment for it other than time. my sight is not that bad, all things considered, but EVERY TIME I get up and walk somewhere, it goes blurry. Sometimes it even happens when I'm sitting at my desk here at work, like anybody. ... (0 replies)
Optic Neuritis
Jul 1, 2004
... Redwing, I've heard of many people who had eye problems, went to the opthamologist and he made them go for an MRI which determined the MS. Apparently it can be seen when its ON easily. But, of course, all cases differ! ... (6 replies)
... So the opthamologist can see the optic nerve during the routine exam? ... (11 replies)
... The neurologist did look at my eyes and I told him that my vision was blurry and that they hurt to roll around. He didn't think much of it. ... (11 replies)
Next Steps?
Jun 30, 2016
... MS can cause heat sensitivity in many people. If I took a hot bath, it would take a crane to get me out....anytime my body gets overheated I get dizzy and cognitively wiped out. For someone who is a college professor, I can get awful stupid and incoherent when I get overheated... ... (6 replies)
... I discovered after my first bout of ON that one pupil is slightly smaller than the other. I already had been dx with MS when this was discovered. Now, everytime a doctor shines a light in my eyes, they announce this like it is something new. ... (3 replies)
Advice Please
Dec 27, 2015
... ess in my arm that happened after I carried in groceries. Over the course of a few weeks the sensation spread to random places all over my body. I went to the dr and was told that I was hyperventilating, but the symptoms never went away. My eyesight suddenly went crazy. ... (5 replies)
... Hello! I am currently going through a possible MS diagnosis process and I am finding the whole thing overwhelming and confusing. ... (11 replies)
... who can look behind your eyes and see if the optic nerve is inflammed. ... (4 replies)


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