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Apr 03, 2011 in the Neurology Expert Forum - 2
Sounds like is time for a neurologist visit !!!!!!!!!
Jun 22, 2009 in the Multiple Sclerosis Community - 14
Getting stories from other patients,men,women,couples and families,can give soul straight to see life with positive way to recharge our spirit,our society is full with positive,neutral,negative issues,but only God provide us with the correct knowledge about Good blessing life..... Hope for the best to come to our world one day........ Don
Feb 18, 2009 in the Neurology Community - 3
Tim, There are many types of adult-onset acquired nystagmus. These are often associated with oscillopsia (the experience of the world 'wiggling'), poor vision, and loss of balance. Often acquired nystagmus is a result of neurological problems and may respond to certain drugs, depending on the cause of the nystagmus. acquired nystagmus may be a re...
Feb 18, 2009 in the Neurology Community - 3
yes Tim,I had the same issues like yours.Ask your Neuro or OPT ,for any OCT,VRT medical device, scans for your vision.Might bring to your attention, The Nystagmus issues(?) ,and any medications you have to take.,and yes,Don't worry, ok??
Jan 02, 2009 in the Multiple Sclerosis Community - 35
Big GIGANTIC THANK YOU for your online assistance help.We need each other against MS . Kudos !!! Don.
Jan 02, 2009 in the Multiple Sclerosis Community - 16
happy New Year to all.. Yes,we have MS but we try every day, MS not to have US.So lets enjoy a healthy 2009 and plenty Vitamin D normal levels :) Don ******
Nov 18, 2008 in the Multiple Sclerosis Community - 10
Show my nero yesterday,told me taking NAMENDA or ARICEPT and NEURONTIN can help the NYSTAGMUS vision symptoms daily use ... So 3-4 more pills every day ,just to have a better vision..... ok. Don
Oct 22, 2008 in the Multiple Sclerosis Community - 10
BOTOX helped me with Nystagmus for one to two weeks , and then came back.I Have to take another shots for BOTOX . No worries for the pain with the BOTOX. They using liquid for the pain around the eye area , and no pain at all. Don
Sep 24, 2008 in the Multiple Sclerosis Community - 13
All, I will keep you post in with the latest .For now Day 6 , My nystagmus still there,but less and less of the continues vision movement .Suppose to see big changes 1 week later.I have only some dizzy feeling for now,but day by day Feel better.. Don
Sep 23, 2008 in the Multiple Sclerosis Community - 13
I tried a clinical trial of Botox with 2 shots per eye ,and no pain at all. I just had a strong headacke for a few days . Don.