I had an angiogram almost a year ago prior to having OHS to replace my aortic valve. Within a few hours of the angiogram I developed double vision which lasted for perhaps 15 minutes. At A&E they put it down to low blood sugars ( I’m diabetic). Since OHS in June , the episodes of double vision have continued , albeit intermittently . Since returning to work on a full-time basis in January, the episodes of double vision have become more frequent. My work involves online teaching via Zoom and I spend lots of time looking at a screen. My partner also noticed that my right eye ‘drops’ during an episode.
My question is this: has anyone had a similar experience with recurring double vision following angiogram/ OHS? What advice were you given?
Initially the cardiac rehab team told me it was a side effect of being hooked up to a bypass machine. However they now say it’s probably caused by migraines. I’m fairly sure that’s not the case and am feeling frustrated at being passed from pillar to post , from the hospital to my GP to the optician - none of whom will refer me for further investigations.