Blurry vision, double vision, and even vision loss may affect you if you have MS, but understanding these visual disturbances can help you prepare for living with them.
- weakness or numbness in your limbs
- unsteady gait
- tingling or stinging sensations in parts of the body
Diplopia (double vision)
- Eye patch. Wearing a covering over one eye may help you experience less nausea and dizziness, especially if you have double vision.
- Steroid injection. The injection may not improve your long-term vision, but it can help some people speed up recovery from a disturbance. It works by delaying the development of a second demyelinating occurrence. You’re typically given a course of steroids over a one- to five-day period. Intravenous methylprednisolone (IVMP) is given over three days. Risks and side effects can include stomach irritation, increased heart rate, mood changes, and insomnia.
- Other medications. -
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