I only ask because I've been having unexplained double/ blurred vision for about a week now. It's not completely double, but more "overlapping" of an object to a "shaddow" of itself.
It's been one heck of a month, and I've had a few illnesses that could cause it, but I wasn't sure if I should add back problems to that list. I've had,
*Conjunctivitis (from a sick, and sneezing, optometrist putting her fingers in my eye)
*... And now this double vision
Anyway, I've had 2 eye exams and both doctors said that my eyes were completely normal, but that either the conjunctivitis or the eye drops that I'm using for it could cause slightly double vision. I know that sinus infection can cause it as well if they're very severe, so my ENT ordered a CT scan to rule out that I had pressure on my eyes (still waiting for the results on that). But yesterday, while I was in the hospital for an appointment (back related), something dawned on me: They ALWAYS ask if I have double/blurred vision, and it just so happens that now I DO! So can something that's wrong in your back cause disturbances in your vision? If my eyes are fine, and assuming that my CT scan comes back normal, I'm just looking for some answers as to why I cannot see straight.