My husband (very young in age) gets incidences of peripheral vision loss in one or both eyes simultaneously followed by a bad headache mostly felt behind the head and on the sides. At times this peripheral vision loss is accompanied by blurred vision. He went to few opthal who stated all is well with his eyes and he may need an MRI. He wears glasses and works with computers as a technician as his occupation. My next step would be to find another opthal and maybe a neuro, because obviously all is NOT well and I am very concerned about his condition. Please give some advice on what it can possibly be or what can I do to help him. Thank you.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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