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Is Double Vision A Symptom Of Lupus
My MRI report is clear but I have only symptom is double vision from last 5 weeks. Is there any chance of ms. Thyroid and diabetes test is normal?
Maybe: The sudden onset of double vision can be a sign of a stroke, especially if accompanied by other visual or facial symptoms. It definitely should be checked out, as even if it is not due to a stroke, double vision can be an initial symptom of many other potentially dangerous diseases. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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I have only double vision from last 7 weeks and taking medication as prednisolone that helped me to reduce the diplopia. Is this the symptoms of ms?
Double vision: Need to know if the double vision is monocular or binocular. Cover one eye. If the double vision goes away, then it is so called binocular diplopia. If you have double vision with only one eye open, then it suggests that the problem is in the eye itself, and not the brain. Cannot exclude ms as a cause, but start with a good examination and medical evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What to do if I feel constantly thirsty and fatigued, and experiencing occasional double vision and other symptoms?
Can you have slight double vision and other symptoms from myasthenia gravis and your eyes not look obviously screwed up when someone looks at you?
What is Botulism? I think my friends mom has some of those symptoms. Difficulty swallowing, double vision and dry mouth.
Botulism is a: Serious paralytic illness caused by a nerve toxin that is produced by a particular type of bacteria. Foodborne botulism is caused by eating foods that contain the botulinum toxin. Wound botulism is caused by toxin produced from a wound infected with Clostridium botulinum. The symptoms your friend's mom is having are definitely cause for alarm and she should get to the emergency room ASAP! ...Read more
What can cause a false positive repetitive nerve stimulation test? I have symptoms of myasthenia gravis (arm and leg weakness, double vision). 1st was abnormal (decrement) 2nd was normal. Is mg possib
Stroke & tpa my husband had a stroke in 2007 at the age of 56. His first symptoms although he had a headache/ vomiting, which we thought was a touch of flu, it wasn't until a few hours later that he developed double vision, numbness & loss of balance.
I've had migraines and double vision. Numb hands shortness of breath. Recently tested positive for intestinal parasite. Could it cause other symptoms?
Parasites: Can cause lots of GI symptoms but not the symptoms you mention. You need to see your doctor ASAP for help. If he/she is not able to help please move on to a specialist such as a neurologist and/or eye doctor. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I have anxiety and double vision & neurological symptoms for 3 straight months with clear MRI & no eye problem yet still fear that I have rabies?
Seek help: If you were exposed through a bite from an animal that could have rabies, i.e. a bat or stray, uncaptured dog, you should have received rabies prophylaxis. If you did not, then you need to contact your physician right away. Most prople infected with rabies develop symptoms very quickly but it take up to a year. Have you discussed tgis with your doctor, had the animal tested, had DFA. Http://www. Cdc. Gov/rabies/exposure/index. Html ...Read more
I was diagnosed with BPPV vertigo 3 days ago. It's been about 12 days with symptoms of disequilibrium, started getting double-vision a week ago. Went to the ER 5 days ago and they did CT scan, chest xray, blood work, and urine test. All came back fine. I
Many causes: Potentially very serious symptom which needs prompt evaluation by an ophthalmologist or neurologist. Possible causes are cranial nerve palsy, tumors, thyroid disease, muscle problems like myesthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis. Less serious causes are possible too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diplopia: Seeing two images most commonly occurs when the eyes are out of alignment. This can occur from nerve, muscle or tissue damage from trauma, or vascular accidents. Doubling can occur in one eye from astigmatism, lens opactities and macular disturbances. See your ophthalmologist for the proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more