I have read on hear question about eye twitching and rolling mostly about children ages 7 to 14. I am 22years old and i have epilepsi about ONE seizer every THREE months. Usually i always have to squint my eyes(i don't know why) but lately for the past 3 weeks my eyes are constantly rolling and blinking at the same time and i can't stop it. It's also starting to give me headaches.I was just wondering if i should see a doctor? or if someone can tell me what is wrong by the symptoms i have described=)
I'm a healthy 23 year old, and I have been living with this problem as long as I can recall. I have never been diagnosed with Epilepsy, so I'm not certain if we are both dealing with the SAME problem. I blink excessively, and when I do, I roll my eyes. I end up with headaches if I do it too often, yet I am not able to stop doing it. When I close my eyes, I begin to roll them, and when I open them, I open them wide, while ending the roll. People often think I am just rolling my eyes at them, which is far from the case.
I cannot find anything else useful, aside from a woman who wrote that her daughter or son does it, but claims to feel fine, which is the case for myself as well, aside from the headaches occasionally.
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It may be that your child has the same problem as I do, and in fact IS fine.
Hello vanessak Your problem does require that you see an ophthalmologist Eye MD physician. You might also consider seeing a neuro-ophthalmologist. You can go to www.aao.org and use the Find An Eye MD feature to locate one in or near your community.
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