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Heaviness in one eye with dull pain in temples, occasional blurred vision, haziness on looking at lights. Normal MRA brain, CT scan. Cause?

I feel a heavy sensation over my right eye x2 weeks associated with a dull ache in the right temple. I have occasional blurred vision . I feel like the right side is off, and does not focus a quickly or correctly as the left. Not sure what the deficit is, because vision looks clear in both eyes, but I can tell there is something different with the right eye. It is more noticeable in sunlight, and there is a haze when looking at lights in buildings. I have had a MRI/ MRA of the brain, CT scan , and sed rate....all negative.
Asked On : Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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kindly consult a doc for the following tests, vison and refraction, IOP, blood pressure, slit lamp examination under dilatation..u have not written yr age..?? fundus examination..
rule out migraine??
please mention everything about age etc..its very important..
r u taking any medication??
do u work on computers for many hours??
let me know?/
Answered: Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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