Hi. I recently had several attacks (within 24hrs) of severe burning pain in the right eye, each lasting about 3/4 minutes. On the 5th attack I went completely numb down my left side from head to foot with loss of balance and a high pitched ringing in the ears (as if I was going to black out). Again this lasted 3/4 minutes then all went back to normal. The same thing happened a couple of hours later. I was referred to a neurologist who suspected an aneurysm or subacrachnoid haemorrhage. The MRI and angiogram have come back normal with no intracranial abnormality, and the neurologist suspects it may be atypical migraine and I am to return if I have any further problems. I havent had the numbness since but get a burning sensation, or sharp pain in my right eye several times a day (as if its all going to start again). As a nurse I thought these attacks were TIA's and im surprised they are not investigating further. I have also had vertigo for over 2yrs which im told is not related!! I would welcome any opinions as it was scary to say the least. Thanks AllyReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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