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These were just taken about a month ago and it one of each eye close up. i am keeping close contact with my doctors. The opthamologist is writing a report to my primary care doc about the possible TIA and occular migraine idea, also to let him know to have a refraction done sooner than when i am dur in january 2012 so that with referral from primary doc the refraction will be covered by my optometrist I ahave been seeing for over 7 years. I also see the opthamologist for again in six months unless things get worse with the vision loss comming and going or other things that do not seem the norm.
I am near sited-not sure if very severe but can not see any detail without being fuzzy without glasses on, have astigmatism, diplopia, myopia, ect.
I am seriously thinking of second opinion from UCLA as I have a authorization in place that does not expire until July 5 2012.
Is there anyone at UCLA in opthamology that is familiar with EDS, and other eye issues that may be a good second opinion?
The opthamologist I see locally in San Luis Obispo California is Dr Derek Lauretzen whom is a retina aspecialist. The local Optometrist I see is Dr Douglas Majors in Paso Robles California.