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Eye Pain So Scared Of Ms
I'm a 32 yr old female with ms. I again have eye pain and eye movement is also painful. How do I know this is not an onset of optic neuritis.?
I'm on sulo medrol (methylprednisolone) iv for 5 days for ms. Does this cause eye pain and blood in urine. This is the second time its happened.
Eye maybe urine no: The eye may be an effect and you need to be checked by an ophthalmologist for glaucoma or other causes. The blood in the urine may be but need more information. If you have infection and corticosteroids can increase a urine infection risk. You need to discuss this with your physician to clarify this. ...Read more
I have chronic headaches that's last days on end neck pain eye pain I've taken Imitrex (sumatriptan) steriods vicodin with no change I also have MS what can ease this?
I think I have ms fatigue that won't go away headaches dizziness always feel like im going to pass out eye pain and memory pains in arms and legs?
Serious symptoms: I see you list adrenal fatigue and have had a lot of testing. Have you had a diagnosis of MS? It does sound like you have dysautonomia and should be evaluated for POTS. Treating postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome will help with chronic fatigue, dizziness, headaches and stomach aches. POTS is usually secondary to another problem and that, too needs investigation. Feel free to arrange a detailed consult with me to further explore your symptoms and narrow down the differential diagnosis. Use code XATXVC to schedule. ...Read more
Dx: palatal tremor and trigeminal neuralgia. Mri single hyper intense frontal gyrus. 23 years old. Left eye pain and right throat pain. Is this ms?
I have MS. Are there signs that will let me know if I'm going to lose vision? My left eye hurts/feels funny. Does this mean I will lose vision?
Hard to say but: It is essential that you consult your eye doctor (not optician) ASAP. ...Read more
Explanations: Unilateral loss of vision could be due to optic neuritis, but more likely, there is another explanation. Could be due to localized eye problem, such as corneal abrasion, glaucoma, lens problems, uveitis, etc. Suggest you contact your doctor asap, so this is handled and reversed. Do not wait, as your visual health needs attention. However, unlikely that this is ms! ...Read more
CAN BE VARIABLE: Optic neuritis causing loss of vision can be the very initial manifestation of ms, and needs aggressive treatment to restore baseline function, and if MRI lesions are present, use of ms disease modifying therapy needs to be started. (earlier the better). Absence of treatment could be very precarious, and since complex, seek an experienced neurologist. Vit d supplements also important. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MS: Most unlikely but should see an eye doctor. ...Read more
Vision loss pain : Optic neuritis is inflammation of the optic nerves that presents with vision loss, pain with eye movement & "fading vision" when a person gets hot (like in the shower). It is most commonly associated with ms- multiple sclerosis. Ms also causes pars planitis -inflammation in the eye that presents with floaters and/or vision loss. A few of my patients have inflammation in the front of the eye too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could be: You see, MS patients experience 2-4 times the incidence of migraine events as compared to the general population. Of course, you could also have glaucoma, not related to MS. Have an eye doctor check this, and if not ocular, try a migraine preventative. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How would MS show up in an eye exam? Also, what else could show up in an eye exam that points to ms?
Optic atrophy: The classic eye examination finding of MS is optic atrophy. Optic neuritis is a very common initial presentation of MS, and it often leaves behind a characteristic "pale disc" of optic atrophy that is visible at the back of the eye with a standard ophthalmoscope examination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For MS people why they having eye problem some days the vision gets better and sometimes gets worse? What cause the problem?
COMPLEX ISSUES: Ms affects optic nerves directly but lesions can be present anywhere along the visual pathways, even in the brainstem, causing double vision, ocular imbalance, and incoordination. Prior areas of involvement can transiently worsen with hot surroundings, exercise, fatigue, infections, medication reactions, and true relapses. If you fluctuate frequently, you may be acquiring progressive ms, see doc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Had an MRI for suspected MS got a call the next day for an urgent MRI on eyes. Would they possibly have found something or are they just checking?
My eyes have been hurting and burning. They are also becoming very red. Is this just another symptom related to ms?
My girlfriend has MS and every time she has anxiety she says that 1 of her eyes has a lot of pain. Is there a possibility that she lose her sight?
Friendship helps!: MS, after years of excellent research effort, still is very frustrating for accurate prognosis. Truly, the life-course of people can vary totally. Symptoms can come — and go! It's different in each — and she'll do best w/ a MS expert doctor to guide her thru the ups and downs. Vision loss is rarely total, but is common and can be apart from eye pain. Read up: http://www.mymsaa.org/about-ms/faq/ ...Read more
I was diagnosis with MS this year. I have pain in right eye and vision is a little off. Now one pupil is larger. Is this from ms? Could I lose vision?
Yes and yes: Your symptoms and the anisocoria (unequal pupils) could be evidence of optic neuritis which is associated with ms. Let go of your computer mouse, pick up the phone and call your neurologist. (s)he will probably want to see you right away or refer you to an ophthalmologist. Don't procrastinate; you need to be in your doctor's office, not on line. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer