I started experiencing bilateral monocular diplopia seven weeks ago. I went to the Er and got a CT. it was normal. I went to the ophthalmologist, and he said my eyes are perfect. I went to a neurologist and got 4 MRIs (with and without contrast of neck and brain) and a VEP. they were all normal. but the fact remains that I still can't see.
basically even if i cover one eye, either eye, I still see double. not even like a ghost image, but clearly two images overlappingat a slight skew to the right. last year I was also bedridden for three months with sciatica which I thought was due to my rotated atlas. My atlas has been getting put back into place lately though so I doubt it's out of place. But no one can explain my symptoms and don't know what's going on. Besides, the diplopia is giving me seriously bad headaches.
Also lately I have been getting brief dark or light spots in my vision.
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