I was in a car accident about 2 years ago that left me with bulging cervical discs. About a week later, I developed blurred vision and pressure in my eye. After numerous visits to neurologists, neuro-opt., orthopedists, and internists I always seem to get the same answer, there is nothing wrong (MRI's/blood work completely normal). Recently I had a severe stomach virus and after recovering from that, I now feel the pressure and blurriness in both eyes, tingling in my tongue and lips and occasionally tingling into my pinky finger. The chiropractor I recently went to told me I am suffering from unresolved whiplash injury from the car accident. I was just wondering if anyone has or has heard of someone with this problem. My neck specialist refuses to believe its coming from my neck, but after various doctors turning me away telling me there is nothing wrong, I cant help but feel that it is from my neck. Any suggestions?
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