Originally Posted by tbissell
yes i have been to many doctors a neorologist including to mris echo various blood work all negative. went to the doc yesturday about some results of blood work for lupus or something eveything came back negative. he thinks it is pschological or something i have had this for 2 years and and 4 months constant 24/7 hit me instantly since then my life has never been the same about my first post that is exactly what my vsion does 24/7 just probably a not as severe though every thing bounces and wiggles and breaths i dont know what it is been to 7 doctors they dont know what it is went to a quack of an ent who looked in my ears and told me i didnt have any ear problem if i did it would only last at the most 7 weeks i have given up. the strange thing is that when i am moving like in the car i really dont notice it as much any one else have these symptoms
...."any one else have these symptoms"...
Had them---occasionally---the "Oscillopsia" comes back---for about 1 hour---about 3 times per/yr...but for the most part(if not all)---its all cleared up---now....
Northwestern Univ---Doc Hain's web site(in "Sticky" first post on board) has an excellent up-to-date(July 1, 2007) write up on these problems(complete with a "Oscillopsia" picture....on the memory part it says:
..."Problems with thinking:
Many people..........complain of a mild confusion or "brain fog", which is attributed to the increased attention needed to maintain balance and good vision, due to loss of vestibular input. Others call it "inability to multi-task". It is thought that in persons...........the ongoing extra effort needed to keep ones balance reduces the amount of attention that is available for other thinking tasks. Considerable evidence for this can be found in the recent literature (Andersson et al, 2003; Pellecchia, 2003; Redfern et al, 2003). Persons with other vestibular disorders often complain of difficulty concentrating and mental fatigue (Yardley et al. 1998).".....