Hello. I have this problem too. I have been told that I sit in front of the computer too long and so my vision is limited. I have a hard time focusing from the computer to long distance (out the window) even. My eyes get really tired early, and I had a test done where they put electrodes on my scalp and I had to watch a TV screen with a checkerboard and a red dot.
I thought that I might have had MS, but this scan proved to them that I don't. Their answer to me is that my vision has changed and has affected my balance, etc. I need to have updated glasses.
Thank you for your reply. Was it a neurologist that did the testing? I have actually had it happen years ago where I totally did not see a car coming when I used to drive on more than one occasion. The eye dr was not helpful at all in suggesting anything.
Have you seen a neurologist? I have had double vision for many years. I have Myasthenia Gravis but many illnesses can cause double vision. I think it would be a good idea to see a neurologist if you haven't done so yet.
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