Every once in awhile and all of a sudden my right eye starts to "cross". Of course this causes blurred vision etc... It happened today so I closed the affected eye for a few minutes in order to see normally and it eventually passed. Why does it do this? I have no history of migraines, I am 55, and wear trivocals.
This is happening to me too. It started with vertigo, now my eyes are crossing causing blurred vision. More than once I noticed in the mirror that my left eye also dilates very large and I have double vision. I have had an MRI and MRA and they were normal. I had open heart surgery 3 years ago for ASD, and I am not currently on any medication. My blood pressure is slightly high. I do not have insurance right now and these bills are adding up. I saw a neurologist and did not get any answers. I am 53 year old female. I don't know if the vertigo and the eyes crossing are related or not.
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