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Question: dizziness, blurred/double vision, some headaches at times...


 blueangel1964 - Mon Nov 10, 2003 10:19 pm

Help!!! Been to the doctor today....Have had problems for the past week with dizziness, blurred and sometimes double vision, headaches sometimes, feeling weakness, tired, sleepy at times.....eyes have been feeling like they are trying to cross.... no vomiting, no fever. Doc took blood; said bp and sugar is perfect. He says he is stumped. Doesn't have a clue what is wrong....ADVICE PLEASE!!!!!!
 Dr. Tamer Fouad - Tue Nov 11, 2003 1:21 pm

User avatar Blueangel,
Do you wear glasses. Maybe you need glasses or need to change them. It will be uselful to have your eyes checked also to know for sure if your eyes truely have a tendency to cross or not (a condition known as strabismus).
If all is well with your eyes then I think a full neurological examination is in order here. The exam should exclude any brain disease. After that is accomplished I would put you under rigorous follow up. Any new symptoms should be reported to your neurologist who may order a brain scan if necessary.

Best wishes!

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