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    Quick Onset Double Vision
    Mumof3kidz posted:
    Had the weirdest sensation happen today. I work on a computer 8-12 hours per day 5+ days per week. I also was diagnosed with open angle glaucoma over 10 years ago and am on eye drop treatments-it and my pressures are currently under control. I also suffer from migraine headaches too. Out of the blue today around 10 am or about I started to see double worse when I look down then when I look up and when using both eyes to focus. I really have no other symptoms other than being nauseous when I try to look at things with both eyes open. I also have a family history of aneurysm (my mother passed away at 55 from an aneurysm) and strokes (my dad had TIAs at 63 as well as massive stroke at 65). I'm scared that this might be a neurological problem and am not sure which doctor to see. Any ideas?

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