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Eye sight.. - September 3rd 2012, 07:06 PM

Okay... im not quite sure where to put this or anything...
Erm, I have been suffering with vision loss in both eyes, especially peripheral vision for a number of years... not quite sure when it started or anything but I do no that I've known about it for at least 3 years.
So today i was at work and i got this massive pain in my head and for a few seconds I had peripheral vision...
Is this a sign things may get better or is that not possible?

I should mention i have a brain growth and optic glioma...

any help would be appreciated!!

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Re: Eye sight.. - September 6th 2012, 10:15 AM

You should consult an eyes specialist before it will get more worse.
The pain in your head must be due to your vision loss.
   
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Re: Eye sight.. - September 6th 2012, 01:48 PM

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You should consult an eyes specialist before it will get more worse.
The pain in your head must be due to your vision loss.
I have had bad eyes sence I was 5 and I never got pain in my head so this could be more serious but I do agree to go to a eye specialist.
Go before you go half blind like I did.
   
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Re: Eye sight.. - September 6th 2012, 02:20 PM

This is only a guess as I really know nothing about vision despite having glasses my whole life
Maybe your headache was due to an increase in blood flow and pressure to your head (as many headaches are) which in turn meant more blood flow to your eyes and the optic part of your brain, leading to temporary increase in vision?
Just a guess.

No matter what I would mention it to your optometrist just in case this is a symptom of something else.


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