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Twitching in the left eye, blurred vision, neck pinches. Had cysts in the neck in childhood. Any suggestions?

i have my left eye twitching for 9 months straight now (i'm 37) and have blurred vision left eye alot seems more my neck pinches worse it gets--it really gets bad after a rub or a hottub--i had cysts in my neck as a 7 year old boy affecting my vision then also had c3 injury in neck with accident--really sore neck and pinch with eye twitch----not just stress or lack of sleep---any ideas?
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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I would be more concerned about your blurred vision & your neck pain being exagerabated with hot bath.
Have you seen a physician yet & have your retina checked. If you haven't I would suggest you to do so.
You would need a CT/MRI to rule out Multiple Sclerosis/other demyelinating disease of nerves. It sometimes presents as visual symptoms 1st because of the optic nerve(nerve responsible for our vision) involvement.
Answered: Sun, 30 Jun 2013
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