I have had doublevision for 3 weeks following a sinus infection. Doublevision is in both eyes at about 3 feet away.I am not diabetic. I have been to an Opthamologist & a ENT. Both said I am ok. I had ...
are different.. i dont have the spinnin of the room... or the ringing in the ears.. my symptoms are doublevision w/ dizziness .. when i move my head forward or back i get the doublevision n dizziness.. ...
I have been suffering from the following symptoms for a few months now: *doublevision in left eye * feeling lightheaded for at least 4 hours at a time * pressure in left side of head and left ear * buzzing ...
suddenly i felt pain and irritation in my head saw doublevision in right eye and a wellknown neuro medicine prescribed this medicines for 14 days & my pain & inflamation is now improved. How lonf i can take ...
my 5 year old son is complaining of dizziness, headaches, doublevision, and now a black cloud ... was carried out, neuro exam was very basic but no follow up required. worried as his behaviour seems eratic ...
It seems from the history that you are having sudden onset of blurring of vision and doublevision.
This indicates nerve palsy involving one of the cranial nerves supplying the extra ocular muscles.
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Whether doublevision is present only on opening both the eyes or present even on opening one eye
Any history of diabetes, injury...
Have had dull headache on top left of head for about 12-13 days. It becomes briefly sharp during certain activities. Also dull on my left eye. Serious? CT scan?
Thank you for posting your query.
Based on the symptoms, it does not look serious. However, if you develop vomiting or doublevision or fits or weakness of arm or leg, you should get a CT scan of brain done.
Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM
Hi doctor. Ive been having doublevision in my right eye. I have eye floaters and i produce alot of tears and when i squint i see doublevision.
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Doublevision in one eye is rare – like displaced lens
Usually in binocular vision – from muscle or nerve weakness
See an Ophthalmologist / get yourself examined / investigation may be necessary... / A neurological assessment may also be necessary…