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Seeing prisms in the eye. Vision getting covered with headache, dizziness. Reason?

I see prisms in my left eye. Sometimes it covers my whole vision and sometimes just the top of my vision and to the side. It last 3 to 4 minutes and in that time I feel a headache come on. Afterwards I have a headache on the top and front of my head with pressure causing me to be dizzy. It exhausts me and makes me tired.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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from the symptoms you have mentioned could be related to an eye problem,
you could be having a problem with your retina causing you to have that kind of vision, or a problem of astigmatism,
the other problem could be arising from the braining causing you to have symptoms in the eye leading you to have the headache
i would suggest you see a eye specialist first to rule out eye causes if eye is fine then get yourself reviewed by the physician for further followup and treatment
get well soon and takecare
Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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