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Can you go back to work right away after having optic neuritis?

Can you go back to work right away after having optic neuritis?

Yes: It depends on the cause, but most people can return to activity with optic neuritis. The treatment should not affect your ability to work. If your doctor tells you to rest your eyes or cover the eyes, you should do so. ...Read more

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Dr. Howard Pomeranz
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Optic Neuritis (Definition)

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


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Should I still go to work if I have optic neuritis?

Should I still go to work if I have optic neuritis?

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 more

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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 .

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 .

Possibly: Many people regain nearly their full vision within 12 months of a bout of optic neuritis. However, people with optic neuritis should see their doctor (usually neurologist) for follow up (and likely an MRI) as this condition is frequently associated with multiple sclerosis. ...Read more

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What is optic neuritis?

Visual nerve inflame: Optic neuritis is the name for inflammation of the optic nerve. There can be a number of causes including multiple sclerosis and many other diseases. This should be evaluated by an ophthalmologist as soon as the condition arises. ...Read more

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What is optic neuritis?

See below: Optic neuritis is due to inflammation and damage of the insulation material around the nerve behind the eye ball (optic nerve). This results in variable loss of vision in one eye, pain with eye movement, for weeks to months followed by recovery. It can be the first event of MS or may be a one time event. Brain MRI taken at the time of optic neuritis can be valuable to gauge risk for future ms. ...Read more

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Describe optic neuritis?

Describe optic neuritis?

Optic neuritis: Optic neuritis is an inflammation of the optic nerve often caused by multiple sclerosis. The symptoms are a sudden decrease in vision in one eye usually associated with eye pain. This condition can be diagnosed by an ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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What is optic neuritis?

Optic neuritis: Optic nerve inflammation, frequently caused by multiple sclerosis, but can be associated with other systemic inflammatory diseases. ...Read more

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Dr. Peter Glusker
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Neuritis (Definition)

Neuritis describes any condition where there is inflammation of a nerve or nerves, which may cause weakness, ...Read more