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I have been having eye jumping in my left eye. I feel like my eyeball jumps. I also have MS and optic nuertis. ?

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Dr. Michael Ham
Ophthalmology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Most likely stress!

Most likely stress related.
Does not sound like symptoms related to your or any medical condition. Except possilby a response to dry eyes. Try artificial tears. If no improvement seek medical examination.

In brief: Most likely stress!

Most likely stress related.
Does not sound like symptoms related to your or any medical condition. Except possilby a response to dry eyes. Try artificial tears. If no improvement seek medical examination.
Dr. Michael Ham
Dr. Michael Ham
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In brief: ?nystagmus

I gather you have confirmed MS diagnosis, and are currently pregnant.
You could be experiencing a relapse, which would need to be treated. If you are in last trimester, could use steroids or Acthar, but earlier, may be safest with IVIG. Have your neurologist examine and advise approaches.

In brief: ?nystagmus

I gather you have confirmed MS diagnosis, and are currently pregnant.
You could be experiencing a relapse, which would need to be treated. If you are in last trimester, could use steroids or Acthar, but earlier, may be safest with IVIG. Have your neurologist examine and advise approaches.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine

In brief: Eye problems

With your history of MS & optic neuritis, best for you to see your neurologist &/or ophthalmologist.
New symptoms may suggest a flare in your disease that needs to be addressed.

In brief: Eye problems

With your history of MS & optic neuritis, best for you to see your neurologist &/or ophthalmologist.
New symptoms may suggest a flare in your disease that needs to be addressed.
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
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