Posted By sharon brown on August 27, 1997 at 15:54:11:
In Reply to: MS and Bilateral see-saw nystagmus posted by Allan Rogers on July 02, 1997 at 16:03:37:
: My wife has been diagnosed with MS for 9years, she has relapsing/remitting and has had no relapse for 2 years. She has nystagmus in both eyes, her neuro-opthomologist has tried numerous medications all withtout success. Do you know of any new therapies or medicaitons that might help this condition? She also has trouble walking, standing, numbness and some memory problems. The nystagmus at present is the most severe and any help would be appriciated. Thank you.
I have cp ms and have had problems with my eyes as well - i'd like to know to what degree the nystagmus has affected her visual accuity? I also have "trouble walking, standing, numbness" and quite a few cognitive problems.
take care - sharon
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