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Does any one have pseudotumer cerebi showing up as ocular pain?
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Dr. T Jeff Russell
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In brief: Yes. Headaches.
The main symptoms of pseudotumor cerebri are blurred vision and headache.
Many feel that they have episodes of blurred vision especially when rising from a seated position. Pseudotumor cerebri can cause permanent loss of vision and needs to be treated appropriately.

In brief: Yes. Headaches.
The main symptoms of pseudotumor cerebri are blurred vision and headache.
Many feel that they have episodes of blurred vision especially when rising from a seated position. Pseudotumor cerebri can cause permanent loss of vision and needs to be treated appropriately.
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