No. I would recommend that you see a neuro-ophthalmologist.
Hi. I have IIH and Papillodema in both eyes. I am not suggesting that you have this illness but , It took a long time for me to be diagnoses correctly.
The thing about papillodema, swelling of the optic nerve, is that it causes all kinds of visual effects and problems. I see silver balls rolling in the front line of my vision all the time. I have excess floaters, and see all kinds of things. I have because if my illness, high intracranial pressure which causes the swelling of the optic nerve.
I would also suggest that you see a neuro or an ophthalmologist. Some thing is wrong.In the presents of no findings , such as your test results, and the next step should be an lumbar pucture. Have you had one done yet?
I hope you get to the bottom of allthis. Cath278.
Papillodema is usually seen on a standard opthamologist exam - please cath, stop trying to scare people on the unnescessarily. This person's tests were fine. Maybe this is visual snow? which has a lot of causes.
As you pointed out, Papillodema, is "usually" seen on a eye exam, but... can be missed, mine was.
Also, I am not trying to scare anyone and doubt that anyone took it up this way, with the exception of you.
Do you also disagree with Dr.Oyakawa and my suggestion?
Heres hoping you add some thing a bit more productive, for the patient. Cath278
It may be normal, and much of the symptoms you described may be due to underlying anxiety, also that eye muscle pain you describing happens to many people which usually go by its own after 1 or 2 days.
The pain does go away after a day or two, but it is recurring. I will try to speak to another ophthalmologist when I can. I also have to see what is/isn't covered by my medical insurance as some things can be expensive and are only partially covered.