Overcome Eye Movements That Are Not Controlled After Experiencing Seizures?
. I want to ask. I got nystagmus from the age of one and a half years because of the stip disease. What can be cured.
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Nystagmus is a medical condition where eye movements occur repetitively and cannot be controlled. This eye movement also causes a sharp decrease in vision and perception, and affects balance and coordination. This involuntary movement in the eye can occur vertically, horizontally, or with a circular pattern. As a result, both eyes cannot constantly see objects. The sufferer will then hold the abnormal head position to compensate. In general, nystagmus is a symptom in certain eye diseases or other medical conditions.
Nystagmus is generally caused by a neurological disorder that occurs at birth or in childhood. There is also a type of nystagmus that is acquired, namely nystagmus that arises due to medical conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, or injury.
Actually there is no definitive therapy for nystagmus conditions that occur since infancy or childhood, where some medical efforts can be done to reduce symptoms but not to eliminate nystagmus. For example glasses and contact lenses that can be used to help the quality of vision. Operations may be possible even if rarely aimed at improving the position of the eye muscles, thereby reducing the patient's head movements to get better vision.
However, if nystagmus is caused by another medical condition, treatment is needed for the underlying medical disorder, so that nystagmus has the possibility to disappear. Consult with an eye specialist for an examination of current conditions.
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