I've written about this before so those who want can look for my previous posts.
I admitted myself to eye hospital a couple of weeks ago and was diagnosed with vitreous detachment causing floaters and cobwebs. But nobody had anything to say about the fact that sometimes its as if everything goes out of focus for me, just for a short while, and then goes back to normal. Is this vitreous detachment too? It's really scary and its bee getting worse. It doesn't seem to be caused by reading or working on the pc - i use reading glasses - it just happens. I was washing up today and suddenly it happened.
It's like I have to fight to focus - and then everything does come back into focus, except I can't say my vision is ever perfect.
It's like I'm cross-eyed except I'm not crossing my eyes!
It makes me nauseous - probably through fear rather than anything else. I also notice that I constantly have what feels like the beginnings of a sinus headache. Could it just be a sort of migraine?
I'm wondering if it might be more than an eye problem - lack of blood to the brain or something? It does feel as if my eye-muscles arent quite working probably.
I do have other health problems. I have been diagnosed with low B12 and although I don't have diabetes as such I've been told I have high blood sugar levels so should be monitored.
I was a heavy smoker once but I have stopped. I sometimes drink too much - not to excess but more than is probably good for me at my age (60).
I am not at the moment on any medications although I've been told to watch my cholesterol. Blood pressure is fine.
Any advice or suggestions would be much appreciated. Everybody I talk to directly about this problem looks at me blankly.