This is a response to JCOTTLEMD, thank you for the very helpful information on the eye movement neuro symtoms. I have been experiencing simular symtoms. I have had them for seven or eight years now. It is exactly how you describe them, for me I get the impulses in only one eye (right) when I look to the right. They only last for a few seconds and then they are gone. I have notified my family Doc of these symtoms. I did take an anti depressant (Lexapro) about four years ago and tried a couple others prior to that. I am not on any medication currently nor have been for the past four years. Can you please tell me what I can do to alleviate these electrical shock (zap) like feelings. Can they cause any long term dammage if untreated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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