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attn: Murthy - Snowflake vision

FAO of Murthy

Over the past 6 months I have been suffering from vision problems. I see everything with flashing dots, this is most evident when I look at white coloured things such as pc screens or white walls. Over the past few days, I also noticed that occasionally my vision shakes for a second or two, I then blink and it goes back to normal. Symptoms are worse first thing when I wake up in the morning, when I am stressed, tired or excited. I have already seen an eye specialist as well as a neurologist, they could not find anything unusual and they think that I suffer from snowflake vision or permanent aura without headaches. I used to have some mild headaches from time to time but tried taking Glonoinum 30c twice daily and now it is very rare for me to have a headache. However no improvement to my vision. I personally think that my symptoms are caused by anxiety, I am so worried about my health that I am not sure I should have my baby (I am now 10 weeks pregnant). I have been very stressed over the past 4 weeks due to work, relationship issues and unexpected pregnancy.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks

  szamberlan on 2016-10-26
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Take phosphorous 200 c..4 pills..daily in the morning for 3 days only.

Make sure that there are no odors on you( perfumes etc, in the room( room fresheners etc) and in your mouth, while taking the medicine.

Report after a week.

gavinimurthy 6 years ago

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