Well I've had eye problems for as long as I can remember...but the last 2 years they've gotten a lot worse. I have Retinitis Pigmentos (lost perepheral vision) and my eye sight started to get really bad. So I started going to my eye specialist and he found that I had Uveitis (inflamation of the eye) but they told me they think that the inflammation in my eye is getting caused my inflammation somewhere else in my body. So Ive been in and outta so many doctors offices and no one was able to find anything. I then went to another eye specialist and he told me that I had cataracts in both eyes. But I was still doing a follow-up with my neuro-opthomologist and he thinks that I could have multiple sclerosis. I had an MRI on my head twice and they found lesions on my brain, then I had a spinal tap and half came back positive for MS and half came back negative. I guess I'm just writing this because I was wondering if anyone that had eye problems to begin with was ever told that they may have MS????
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