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hello this is my first post and was looking for some help, recently exerienced severe anxiety symptoms were, chest pain, pain in arms, restlessness, fast heart rate and shooting pains on the top of my head which caused extreme stress and nearly lost my career to this and went on for a month. i have been to a&e twice and had blood tests, chest xray checked my heart and came back fine,then i went to my gp who prescribed propranolol for a week whilst they checked further blood tests for hyperthyroidism and diabeties and came back normal, propranolol helped alot and was then put on citalopram, took 10mg for 5 days and i started to have visual distortions i.e el gracos paintings, pointy ears pointy noses, seems like i have mild micropsia everything seems zoomed in 2/10 from normal and a feint blue colour in my vision. original symptoms have gone , current symptoms, eye strain,floaters,light sensitive,prolonged vision,headaches but reduced anxiety, icant help think this is a braintumourhelp


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replied November 26th, 2016
Brain Cancer Answer A59591
Hello and welcome
Your concern is appreciated
You should do complete eye examination including slit lamp examination of the internal structures of the eye specailly retina because such type of symptoma canbe due to pathology of retina. MRI can be done to exclude any intracranial lesion.
Side effects of medication should be considered also.
Hope it helps


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