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What types of vision change occur with multiple sclerosis?
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In brief: Optic neuritis
Not uncommon is a rapid decrease in unilateral vision associated with pain and decreased color intensity.
Double vision can occur and sometimes objects seem to jump around. Any of these problems should be addressed asap by your neurologist.

In brief: Optic neuritis
Not uncommon is a rapid decrease in unilateral vision associated with pain and decreased color intensity.
Double vision can occur and sometimes objects seem to jump around. Any of these problems should be addressed asap by your neurologist.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Dr. Djamchid Lotfi
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In brief: Read below
The classical visual loss is sudden diminution of vision in one eye usually accompanied by some pain.
This could be mild or severe and may reverse to normal vision by steroids or spontaneously. Diplopia, eventual significant visual loss in both eyes can occur in some cases.

In brief: Read below
The classical visual loss is sudden diminution of vision in one eye usually accompanied by some pain.
This could be mild or severe and may reverse to normal vision by steroids or spontaneously. Diplopia, eventual significant visual loss in both eyes can occur in some cases.
Dr. Djamchid Lotfi
Dr. Djamchid Lotfi
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