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Can You Go Back To Work Right Away After Having Optic Neuritis
Optic neuritis is a condition in which there is swelling of the optic nerve, the main nerve in the eye. Common symptoms include having sudden reduced vision or loss of vision in the affected eye and pain upon moving the eye. Some causes of optic neuritis are various ...Read more
Probably: Optic neuritis is not contagious, nor is it work related or aggravated by work. If the status of the condition makes it visually difficult to do your work, you should hold off until it improves. Your work colleagues do not need to know of your condition unless the vision prevents work. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had episodes of optic neuritis I really don't know why it keeps coming back. I know what causes it but still. It happen on both eyes.?
If someone were to have optic neuritis would their vision return 100% back to normal in time?? And if so how long? I can't see with my other eye .
I had a substance drip in my eye at work.. It may have contained a type of anti-freeze... Diagnosed with uveitis and now optic neuritis. Dr.S don't seem to be listening.. Being tested for MS and everything else. Simple research I have found says that my s
After optic neuritis in march this year, followed my numbness, skin pain on my right side, how quickly will MS symptoms worsen?
Generic comments: Not clear to me if you truly do or do not have ms, as optic neuritis is only associated with ms about 50% of the time. You may possess an early manifestation called cis, if MRI studies are convincing, and if that is the case, suggest you receive specific meds to prevent clinically definite ms. With proper treatment, your symptoms should not worsen but improve. Find an ms specialist. ...Read more
Is it true that 5 out of every 100k people are affected by optic neuritis each year, does that sound about right?
How long does optic neuritis last when there is no underlying cause? Is two weeks after diagnoses too late to start steroids?
Get treated: There is ALWAYS a cause for optic neuritis, and it should be treated. Best approach is to use intravenous methylprednisolone, or intramuscular ACTHAR. But if not treated, your outcome is likely permanent loss of vision. See ophthalmologist or neurologist and get this addressed ASAP ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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