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Can Vision Problems Cause Dizziness
Would Multiple System atrophy cause dizzy, tach up to 180bpm, shaky, memory issues, vision problems, twitching, headaches, high epinephrine...?
Never seen 180 BPM: I've treated many a patient with MSA and recently lost a patient who was a good friend of mine to the same diagnosis after his 10 year battle. I've never seen a heart rate of 180 BPM. That's not autonomic dysfunction anymore as much as sinus node problem with the heart itself. MSA will cause more disruption of a dramatic nature with blood pressure but not escalate heart rate to those extremes. ...Read more
There are many types of eye problems and visual disturbances. These include blurred vision, halos, blind spots, floaters, and other symptoms. Blurred vision is the loss of sharpness of vision and the inability to see small details. Blind spots (scotomas) are dark "holes" in the visual field in which ...Read more
What are the possible causes of vision problems in left eye, pain the left neck and arm, weakness, dizziness and disorientation?
Well this is a hard:
Question. Left eye vision problems - see an eye doctor imeditely
vision loss is serious
pain in the left neck is not usually related to your brain. Or eyes
weakness and disiness coul dbe from a stroke or possible heart disease. You need to see a doctor.
If progressive go to the emergency room you coul dbe having a stroke. ...Read more
Migraine?: Headaches which are accompanied by vison difficulties or sensitivity to light, diziness, nause, vomiting are often migraine headaches which can respond to a number of different types of headaches. Persisting, s evere or multisymptoms headaches should always be medically evaluated, especially if there are severe, multiple or new symptoms. ...Read more
I have neck psin dizziness and vision problems I've been told its vertigo, but I've had it every day fir 18 months is this normal for vertigo?
See eyeMD: Be sure to see an eyemd to assess the vision problems and to check your pupils to be sure they are completely normal with no signs of carotid dissection which is rare but cause chronic neck discomfort and vision issues. ...Read more
I was told I have bronchitis but I've been getting headaches all day but when I get the headache I'm having weird vision problems and dizziness is it because I'm sick or should I worry no health insurance so going to a doctor is almost impossible?
You need to worry: The symptoms you describe are serious. Many cities big & small offer medical care for free. I would suggest that you call the nearest hospital, church, or even the Red Cross and see if they can recommend an organization that can help you. Also you can call the county medical society for help. Any of the suggestions I noted can be found in the local phone book. PLEASE get going. ...Read more
Have been having dizzy spells, pain in head and weird vision problems and sometimes pain in ears...What could this be?
See your doc: Asap, these are serious neurological symptoms that need to be addressed very quickly. ...Read more
Dizziness for 6 months. Gets worse with head movements, sometimes vertigo. Plus tinnitus, hyperacusis and vision problems. MRI fine. Any advice?
Likely central: Hi Joe, dizziness with visual acuity changes and hyperacusis may point to a central problem rather than a problem with your inner ear. One of the more common conditions associated with this constellation of symptoms is migraine variant. I'd consider obtaining vestibular testing and if negative, a neurologic evaluation. ...Read more
Vertigo, Dizziness, weakness, Fatigue, Cognitive impairment, Vision problems, Urinary Problems, numbness/itching senasation. I'm 17 some come and go Help?
Too complicated: These symptoms are so varied, vague and nonspecific, that it's impossible to provide any help in this format. If you are worried, the only way to know if you have something serious is to see a doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
19yrold male, prblm last 5 months been on antibiotics. Start as bad allergies, turned into dizziness, vision problems, eye pain, headaches, clearmucus?
Complete work up: Anything that persists this long deserves a complete work up even if it is a bad case of seasonal allergies. ...Read more
Numbness in head, migraines (not constant), muscle spasms throughout body, dizziness (occasionally), pain, no vision problems. Possible brain tumor?
Hi im having vision problems dizziness jaw tightness neck tension, jaw pops when I open my mouth. Pls help my doctor won't help.
TMD: Some joint displacement (clicking) and pterygoid hypertrophy (jaw tightness) are usually the result of chronic nocturnal (nighttime) clenching. These nighttime events create tremendous muscle force and activity that can be at play. Find a dentist trained in treating tmd pain with a nti devise. ...Read more
Chest pains, chronic diarrhea, dizziness when laying down, swollen tonsils (for over two months), extreme fatigue, numb scalp and feet, vision problems?
Hard to say: You have quite a variety of symptoms which could be from many many different causes. It sounds like you have seen at least one medical doctor and had some superficial testing done. I would encourage you to see a primary care physician who can manage or care instead of seeking treatment at urgent care facility or emergency department. Then if specialty consultation such as ENT, gastroenterology is needed your primary care physician can arrange these. Your constellation of symptoms however does not point to a specific diagnosis and I think you need to seek medical attention. ...Read more
Hand tremors, weakness, vision problems, fatigue, mood swings/depressed mood, stressed, dizziness, loss of balance trouble concentrating/ focusing?
You need evaluation: You need to be evaluated by a neurologist, a psychiatrist, an ophthalmologist, a gastroenterologist, and a psychologist for neuropsych testing. Yours is a very complicated case that will take a team of physicians or a very bright internist to diagnose. Please ask your general practitioner for referrals to the above specialties until a cause for all of your symptoms is identified. ...Read more
See an eye doctor: There are many things. You need to see an eye doctor, sooner rather than later. Please go. ...Read more
If I go to ER over severe headache dizziness and change in vision will they do a CT or MRI? Is CT just as accurate?
Do vision problems like blurry or double vision come and go with ms or do they stick around after they start? At what point should you get glasses?
Optic Neuritis: Vision loss in multiple sclerosis is secondary to optic neuritis, which often resolves mostly if not totally. Color vision and contrast sensitivity may remain impaired even when visual acuity improves. No harm in wearing glasses, but see a low vision specialist to avoid the intellectually-barren "balance lens." Double vision can be due to intranuclear ophthalmoplegia or a cranial neuropathy. ...Read more
I just got diagnosed with ms. I had left eye vision problems but today I woke up with shooting pains in my lower back to my knees. Any clues?
Consult your: Neurologist, symptoms can change and progress over time. ...Read more
Can severe neck/shoulder/posture problems and pain cause facial/head neuralgia, vision disturbances and dizziness? Docs said migraine but it's been 3 weeks now?
Yes it can: By causing pressure points on certain areas of the nerves that supply neck and face that leads to shooting pain in those areas. ...Read more
I have a sinuses infection but can it be the cause of dizziness, when I run my vision is shaky. I have headache and problem with my left eye. What is it?
Sinusitis: Your symptoms can be attributable to sinusitis but without seeing and examining you and assessing other possibilities it is impossible to say what is going on. Would very strongly recommend that you be seen by a doctor and fully and thoroughly evaluated. Would not wait. Hope you are better soon. ...Read more
Yes: Anxiety can cause a range of disturbances in vision, including blurriness, tunnel vision, eye strain, and other problems. Some of the symptoms may be due to surges in adrenaline that accompany anxiety. The vision problems are not serious in themselves, but definitely see a mental health professional and get treatment for your anxiety, which should include psychotherapy. ...Read more
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Field loss: The principal change is a diminution of the temporal field in one or both eyes due to tumor compression on the crossing point (chiasm) of the optic nerves. The pattern depends upon whether the compression is on the forward, the middle or posterior portion. Endocrine aspects of some pituitary tumors can also affect the eye. ...Read more
Not directly: There is a certain disease called central serous chorioretinapathy that's loosely associated with stress. However, most of the time, it has no direct correlation with vision. Stress may cause other problems, like migrains, or dry eyes that can indirectly affect your vision. If you think your vision has changed, its best to see your eye doctor. ...Read more
Many: Refractive error would be the most common cause of vision problems in the pediatric age group. Uncorrected vision problems in childhood can lead to permanent inability to see in the affected eye (amblyopia). Cataracts, glaucoma and retinal problems can occur in children but are far less common than refractive error. ...Read more
Many things: Children are subject to many eye diseases just like adults are. In addition, visual problems can cause a lasting effect in children whose visual systems are not yet fully developed. In general, it is recommended that a child receive an eye exam at 6 months, 3 years and then annually after age 6. ...Read more
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