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Feeling Cross Eyed
Could be many things: If this happens, see a doctor immediately. It could be decompensation of a pre-existing muscle balance problem. It could also be a stoke that can cause this, but less likely and far more dangerous. Again to sort this out, please have an exam. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Exotropia is when the eyes look away from each other. It is persistent and usually occurs from childhood issues of eye position or refraction. In adults it may result from injury, tumors, vascular anomalies and diseases such as thyroid disease. It it occurs recently, an ...Read more
Having blurred vision, light headed, difficulty visually focusing. Feels worse when moving eyes or head. Dull ache in eyes and general fuzzy feeling?
S/s: feeling like passing out ONLY while moving eyes, light-headed/tired, mildly slurred speech, weak legs, tingly hands/face. possibilities?
General weakness w/ : Horizontal optokinetic nystagmus, a symptom which can accompany vertigo. ... "a whirling or spinning movement") is a subtype of dizziness in which a patient .... pursuit eye movement followed by a rapid saccade in the opposite direction of the movement. But your s/s more serious. Consult your MD. It could be inner ear infection or even a mild stroke. Given your age I'd opt for inner ear GO to ER ...Read more
Sudden&frightening like my eyes/vision close in as if both eyes cross and thing become squashed, make me feel dizzy & strange lasting approx. 4mins?
Such thing as vision fatigue syndrome? I feel light headed when standing. Hard to focus. Eyes hurt. Distance hurts more. Close up can focus fine
I am experiencing shaking hands or tremor, skin turning blue, double vision (quality: with both eyes open) , difficulty breathing?
Help. Irr heartbeat, feel floaty
light flashes, jerky eye movements
inability to focus eyes quick, dizziness 10+/day, verge of faint imbalance.
I am 33 and have been experiencing confusion, blurred vision, delayed eye movement, eye pressure and feel paranoid while driving.?
Feel dizzy and feel outside myself .can't see subtitles because it looks like they are shaking and blurred vision and black floaters on eye?
Urgent medical: attention is needed for these symptoms.Get a more detailed answer ›
May 12 felt very weak flu like. Then a week or so latter vertigo. Was told bppv. Now left with lighted. feel faint moving.and move moment bothers eyes. Trouble focusing and concentrate. Eyes blurryer. Feel in daze not myself disconnected to world.
Hard to say: First: Sorry, but your grammar and spelling are poor enough that your question is hard to understand. Second, who is the person who told you it was bppv? Please repost your question and include the answer given to you by the person who told you before that this was bppv; or, if you haven't asked that person, please state why not. ...Read more
I suffer immensely from allergies. Itchy eyes.. Light sensitivity, blurred vision and rapid heart beat. I I don't know what i'm allergic to?
See your doctor: Itchy eyes are a symptom of allergy, and if there are a lot of secretions, this can lead to temporary blurring of vision. But neither light sensitivity nor rapid heart beat are symptoms of an allergic reaction (rapid heart beat only with a severe, life-threatening reaction). You need to see your doctor to get all these symptoms sorted out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My eyes have been discharging espdcially when im tired, blurry, itchy eyelid..Ear feel a strong pressure have eye twitching too allergy?
26/female right eye is slow to straighten/focus. Feels almost cross eyed. Happens mostly at night. Has by blurry vision in one eye and dizziness too?
See a doctor.: If this is a sudden problem, you should see an ophthalmologist as soon as possible. If it is more chronic, you should still see an ophthalmologist within the next week or 2. If you have trouble getting an appointment, please discuss with your own primary care doctor. ...Read more
Most likely you have: Out crossing = exotropia. When you are tired ; not focusing the input for muscles dampen ; one eye can wander out. Exotropia can be caused by undercorrected myopia or from not wearing myopic glasses for near. It may also have congenital reasons. Esotropia or incrossing usually cross when they try looking at an object with concentration. But not always. You must see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more