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After sleeping for a while, I stand up and discover that my left eye is not seeing as much light as my right eye. I can only see this in low-light situations. Once the lights are on, I don't notice it. The left eye itself feels thick and heavy, maybe sluggish even. In the mirror, I cannot see a difference in the pupils. The symptoms remain for less than thirty minutes and then subside. This event happens about once every two months.

I have consulted an ophthalmologist. They scanned my eyes for everything and could find nothing. They scanned my brain and could find nothing. They did the MS test and didn't find anything. What is this called? What is causing it? Am I going to lose the eyesight in my left eye? Can I prevent it? Do you know a specialist for this?

Can you help me?
 
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After sleeping for a while, I stand up and discover that my left eye is not seeing as much light as my right eye. I can only see this in low-light situations. Once the lights are on, I don't notice it. The left eye itself feels thick and heavy, maybe sluggish even. In the mirror, I cannot see a difference in the pupils. The symptoms remain for less than thirty minutes and then subside. This event happens about once every two months.

I have consulted an ophthalmologist. They scanned my eyes for everything and could find nothing. They scanned my brain and could find nothing. They did the MS test and didn't find anything. What is this called? What is causing it? Am I going to lose the eyesight in my left eye? Can I prevent it? Do you know a specialist for this?

Can you help me?
I'll be the first of many to say it...you're not going to do well getting medical advice in the forums here because it's pretty strictly advised against.

Speak further with your Ophthalmologist, sounds like they have more information on your eye exam than we could anyways...as they've already seen you and your eyes
 
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