Hi! I have been having severe right eye pain -I had an eye check up and got new glasses - same prescrip as always. Anyway, I also have been having a ton of dizziness and lightheadedness too, headaches bad among other symptoms. Oh and the latest is short time blurrienss that goes away and comes back even with glasses.
Anyway, I had an ENG test and the results were never read to me. Caloric Test results revealed a mildly abnormal 31% Unilateral Weakness toward the right side and a 24 % Directional Preponderance toward the left side.
ENG Test results were moderately consistent with a potentilal periperal vestibular problem on the right side. However, the nystagmus appeared to be present even without activation by positioning. Other non-vestibular involvement cannot be ruled out at this time. Refer for follow-up medical consulation.
I wondered if that is Normal or if I should make an appointment to see an Opthamolgist or anyone because of the Results? I have a variety of symptoms, is why the doctor sent me for the test. I am no longer seeing him because he doesn’t take my pcp insurance now. Any help would be appeciated. Thank you so much ahead of time.
i have eye pain in my left eye only? i feel growths in my eye orbit area/? dont know what it could be? ive seen lots of drs? have pain too and dryness? email me @ ***@**** feels like there is something in my eye too every day i have this feeling? can steroids drops cause damage to an eye?
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