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eye floaters

i been to the nuralogists they keep saying nothing is wrong but ive been seeing floaters for six months now and iam having alot of musclespasms ive really been worryied
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Hi, Peaches.

Many conditions can cause eye floaters, and seldom does this have anything to do with MS. Have you seen an ophthalmologist (not an optometrist)?

I think you should have a thorough physical exam by a general practitioner, including blood work to make sure your system is healthy overall. Make sure that doctor knows about your spasms. That too can be a very general symptom and doesn't necessarily point to MS.

Let us know how you do.

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hi there,

i'm new to the board and not diagnosed, but floaters have been one of my big issues since my symptoms kicked into high gear a little over a year ago.  there have been times where it's felt like i was looking through a dirty screen.  i also have a lot of muscle spasms/twitches and am presently in both neuro & rheumatological work-up modes.  

i second ess's recommendations to have a physical and get into an ophthalmologist--maybe a neuro-ophthalmologist given you are also having a muscle spasms.

best wishes,
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