Three weeks ago it began, I was just fine in the morning, then I noticed after i came home from doing a few things it felt like i was wearing someone else's glasses that were a click to strong for me. I've been through all kinds of tests nuerological and so on, and they keep telling me that it's a "systemic" problem but can't say what it actually is. I have peroids when it appears to be gone, then it comes back again with a will of it's own. My doctors think I'm a hypocondriac that just wants attention or something. This is a real distressing thing for me, and I've been missing alot of work because of it...... Anyone out there ever had a similar thing happen to them> Thanks...
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