Double Vision

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Double Vision

Postby HelenB68 » Mon Jan 29, 2018 4:40 pm

I have beeen suffering from occasional double vision, dizziness and head aches when the double vision occurs. I saw an optician before Christmas who could find nothing wrong with my eyes but advised me to see a doctor. I saw a GP last week and she referred me to the Opthalmology department. I went there this morning and again they could find nothing wrong with my eyes but suggested it could be vascular connected to my heart condition Complex Pulmonary Atresia. They are doing other tests to rule out other possibilities and I have to got to go back in six weeks.
I had my ICD check last week and all was well and I haven’t had any other issues recently.
Any similar experiences anyone.
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P.S I am 50in April
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Re: Double Vision

Postby Tricky Dicky » Fri Feb 23, 2018 2:28 pm

Hi Helen, not many people come on this forum anymore, it is more lively (and you'll get more responses) on the somerville foundation facebook group................
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