What causes eye floaters with severe fatigue?
I would explain as follows:
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I understand your concern and would explain that your symptoms seem to be related to a low blood flow to the brain, probably related to a narrowing of the cervical arteries, which supply the brain with blood.
This may also be related to cervical spondylarthrosis, which is a chronic degeneration of the cervical column, which compress the cervical arteries especially during head and neck movements.
Atherosclerosis related to age, chronic hypertension and diabetes could also contribute in the vessel narrowing.
I recommend performing a cervical vessels Doppler ultrasound and a cervical column X ray study to examine the blood flow in the cervical arteries and investigate for possible spondylarthrosis.
Some blood lab tests (complete blood count for chronic anemia, PCR, sedimentation rate) would be necessary too to investigate for other causes which may aggravate your symptomatology.
You should discuss with your doctor on the above mentioned issues.
Meanwhile I would recommend avoiding abrupt head movements.
Hope to have been helpful!
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You are welcome!
Thank you for the additional information provided.
The scoliosis and other chronic degeneration of your spinal cervical column could contribute on a further vessel compression during abrupt head movements.
I recommend going on with the tests I mentioned.
Please let me know your test results.
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