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Posted by Pooky
on August 02, 2000 at 10:42:39:
In Reply to: blind spot posted by Buz57 on July 12, 2000 at 21:49:38:
: I recently woke up with a blind spot affecting both eyes. I went to an opthamologist and she found nothing wrong with my eyes and suggested that I may have had a small stroke. I am scheduled for a c.a.t. scan tomorrow. Has anyone heard of this/had this happen to them? Does your vision return to normal? I am 43, overweight and have a heart history. I know there's a lot here, but would welcome some feedback.
After my stroke, my vision has seemed to have gotten worse. Before the stroke, I used to wear eye glases, and I still wear them, now. I don't think the problem is an eye problem, I think it is a stroke problem. I say this because I tend to not see things because my neck has gotten stiff (I don't move my neck enough, and as a result, it is hard/painful to move my neck) after the stroke. My brother always tells me to look out of my good eye (I have no idea what he means by this), when I overlook something, or just don't see it. I know that I haven't answered your question, but I thought this would be helpful to you. I hope you have not suffered a stroke, and I hope your blind spot goes away.
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