Ok so it all started off 2 years ago with a really bad case of vertigo which lasted for about 1 week. I went to a million different doctors even drove to another state for an appointment. Basically the doctors can see that I have raised optic nerves in both my eyes. I was (2 years ago) getting lines in my vision consistantly for about 3 months and then it went away. During that time I was dizzy continueously, ,y eyes felt like they were going to pop out of my head and I had some confusion going on. They did an MRI and a Spinal tap and came up with nothing. I got really sick of going to doctors and it pretty much went away so I stopped going to doctors. Well it's now 2 years later and it came back, lucky for me. This time it started with 4 migranes in a row and now the lines have been in my vision for about 2 months so far. I have been more clumsy then normal, my eyes feel like they are going to pop out of my head again, I can't really see anything because of the lines in my vision and yesterday I somewhat passed out, meaning I was standing in the kitchen and my friend was talking to me apparently but I didn't hear anything she said. Doctors mentioned MS both times but last time nothing came up. I just can't function everyday and am starting to get worried about my job considering that it's hard to work when you can't really see. So I am desperate, does anyone have any ideas on what this could be? I am a 26 year old Female. Thanks for taking the time to read this and sorry if this doesn't explain everything perfectly, if you have any questions, I will be happy to answer them, I just want to be able to see again!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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