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    Old 05-15-2010, 11:41 AM   #1
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    Exclamation 15 y/o Shifted Vision, can't find answers.

    I am a 15 year old female who is experiencing a problem that no one can solve. On Friday, April 30 I was at P.E. and I got a severe nosebleed, which I'd never gotten before. Afterwords, when we were playing softball, my friend told me that I was pitching to the left of her, but to me it looked like I was pitching straight to her. I also noticed that when I went to pick up something, it wasn't where I thought it was. I'm a candy striper, and they sent me home from the hospital because they didn't want me getting hurt and they noticed that I couldn't find things because they weren't where I saw them. I went to Urgent Care, and they sent me to Children's ER, where they took a CT Scan and said everything was normal. They sent me to an Optometrist who proceeded tot inform me that there is nothing wrong with my vision and he has no idea what could be causing this. He sent me to my regular physician, who sent me to a neurologist who is ordering an MRI. This has affected my daily life greatly. I can't bubble in answers on tests, can't catch a ball, do P.E., type on my phone, etc. I just need some answers. If this doesn't go away, I can't drive. I've learned to adapt a bit, but not enough as to being able to stop my fumbling around when looking for small objects.
    Thank you in advance,

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    Old 05-15-2010, 02:59 PM   #2
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    Re: 15 y/o Shifted Vision, can't find answers.

    If your eyes checked out okay, either the neurologist or a specialist called a neuro-ophthalmologist will be the next step. A neuro-ophthalmologist is a neurologist who also took a residency in diseases of the eye as well. They are the docs who figure out what is wrong when the eye/brain connection is off. I see one too. It may take quite a while to figure it patient.

    Good luck..............Jenny

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