Since I got pregnant, at about 2 months into my pregnancy, I noticed my left eye vibrating. Like there is an electrical pulse pumping inside my eye. It will come on and off every 15-30 minutes. It will last about 10-20 seconds.
Is it ok to feel your eye pulsing from within? I'm afraid it will make me loose my vision. I currently attend school full time. So I'm reading 3-6 hours aday. Looking down at my books or online reading.
What could these symptoms be or lead to?
You need to discuss this with your personal MD, your obstetrician and need to see an ophthalmologist. you need your OB MD to give your Eye MD permission to dilate your pupils.
The most common thing that would cause this are "eye migraines" (usually have no headache) associated with pregnancy. Use the search feature and archives and read about eye or ophthalmic migraines. There are other causes but far less likely
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