Sometimes that first day back to work from the weekend makes the forum a bit slower. We definitely want to support you and give as much encouragement as we can. (((((((hugs)))))))).
Those visual disturbances you're having; can you describe what they are like? What do you see? Any headaches with them?
I have visual disturbances too. I went through the gamut of specialists and tests. The diagnosis I got is something called Amaurosis Fugax. Yeah, weird name eh! You can google that and see if it applies to you. My symptoms are pulsating silver bullets that go across my eye, a dark grey screen that covers at least half of my vision in one eye. It can cover the top half, or sometimes the sides. It's really strange. Hard to explain. I never get pain with them. Most episodes only last about a minute or so. My neuro said if they last more than an hour, I need to get to an ER.
I'm not saying this is what you have. Just giving you my experience with visual disturbances. I hope you get answers very soon. I know that dealing with pain is so hard. I'm having trouble too. It gets discouraging for sure. I hope you have a good day today,
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