I was watching a live basketball game with lights flashing, players running up and down the floor, Stat and Scoreboards, when my eyes started jittering (like nystagmus?) and continued for 5 or 6 minutes. Then I was extremely fatigued; trouble sitting up, talking. No real headache. Fatigue continued for 2 days, lessening.
I have brain MRI showing multiple white lesions, has w/u for MS, inconclusive. On neuro exam " with eye fatigue may have subclinical INO with rapid saccades". My PCP thinks a seizure, is sending me for EEG. I asked for VNG, but she thought it was a MS test and doesn't think I have MS. No brain MRI unless the EEG doesn't show anything.
Do you think this is a vision issue? I've been cleared of the possibility of microvascular disease; my cholesterol, BP, glucose, and homocysteine are all excellent. Doubt TIA.
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