A 41-year-old female asked:
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my vision occasionally blinks like a camera shutter taking pictures while my eyes r wide open. eye dr said eyes are 100% fine. what's my next step?

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Dr. Walter Zetusky
37 years experience Psychiatry
NEUROPHYSIOLOGY: THE EYES ARE COMPLEX. WHAT YOU ARE EXPERIENCING COULD BE PERI[PERIPHERAL OR CENTRAL, THAT IS BE AT THE LEVEL OF THE EYES, OR BE IN THE BRAIN. start WITH A OPHTHALMOLOGIST EXAM AND FROM THAT OTHER COURSES OF ACTION CAN BE DETERMINED. yOUR PRIMARY CARE DOCTOR MAY BE THE BEST SOURCE OF REFERRAL.
Answered on Apr 6, 2015
Dr. Mark Rego
Dr. Mark Rego answered
35 years experience Psychiatry
Blepharospasm: This is probably about the muscles outside of your eyes that are spasming and causing the involuntary blinking. I would see a neurologist.
Answered on Apr 6, 2015
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Dr. Serena Satcher
31 years experience Integrative Medicine
request micronutrient testing and Thyroid testing as well.
Mar 25, 2015

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