It seems like blindness, but is most likely all in your head.
Charliemyheart in Functional Neurological Disorder - FND Hope3 years ago
Not fully what the doctor said but close enough. I have had vision loss after hitting my head. Went to a eye doctor, then was sent to anothe...
Elderly mother aged 88 diagnosed with temporal artertis
4sibbs in PMRGCAuk5 years ago
Sorry for the length of this but I have joined this community on behalf of my mum who was diagnosed with temporal arteritis in January. For ...
HeronNS in PMRGCAuka year agoPOPULAR
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Kady in Headway4 years ago
I've had a VP shunt since infancy, which has caused tunnel vision, occasional blindness and changed hearing, lack of awareness and automat...
Going on prednisone! I was placed on 15mg of prednisone and within days felt wonderful!
Hidden in Vasculitis UK4 years ago
My GP put me on a quick reduction of dosage. However, within a week or two, my own ability to make cortisone was reduced, so I did not have ...
Do you think that the the word \"Dyslexia\" is misleading? Should it be changed?
RATTER15 in Dyslexia Action7 years agoPOPULAR
Dyslexia means a discomfort with words. Well I accept that of course it is exactly that, but doesn't it also mask the many other underlying ...
Constant nausea for 3 years since Meningitis
Binguniverse in Meningitis Now2 months ago
My dad affected virus Meningitis 3 years ago and left damage on his frontal lobe. Since then, constant nausea seized him, particularly in th...
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