2.Eye involuntarily pulling to the center, like 1 eye crossing by itself.
3.White spot/disruption in vision, like a picture with flash was just taken but the flash doesn't go away.
4.After initial thunderclap headache, head still hurts upon exertion like exercise.
These things happened to my sister, she has a history of migraine. She is 27, has kidney problems/1 kidney, normal weight and blood pressure. Unfortunately she is out of the country in a place where health care is not very good, so none of the doctors could help or run tests. The most odd symptom is the eye pulling toward the center. Any ideas? Thank you!
According to your sisterâs symptoms (involuntary eye movement, headache, disturbed visionâ¦) she definitely has to be examined by an ophthalmologist and a neurologist. I donât want to speculate about the possible causes (eye or brain problem) without further diagnostic procedures. She will need to request a complete eye check (vision, eye movements, campus, eye bottomâ¦), complete neurological status (especially eye-moving cranial nerves and muscles), and a CT-scan of the head.
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