No relevant medical conditions. No medication. Once today. Last time two years ago, before that four years ago. Last eye exam two years ago. Symptoms are exactly same and very distinctive.
My GP referred me for TIA checks but all came back okay. No other symptoms at all. Purely an inability to see clearly on left side of view.
I find it difficult to reconcile three absolutely identical events in six years with a TIA. The only difference between the three was one in a morning, one in an afternoon and one in an evening. The visual manifestation was identical each time. I'm looking to broaden my search for possible causes, ideally finding an identical case. Any thoughts?
I also think a TIA is unlikely Raymond, but just because an identical thing happened in the past and didn't lead to anything like a stroke doesn't mean it can't happen again and this time be a TIA. I realize glaucoma and retinal detachments that occurred in the past would also likely have progressed by now so those are also unlikely but they still have to be mentioned and checked for this time around. A variant migraine, however, could easily occur very infrequently and it would give the same symptoms when it did so I think that's the most likely diagnosis here. But I'm obligated in good conscience to give you the differential here, as unlikely as some of them may be. The botXXXXX XXXXXne is a sympXXXXX XXXXXke this needs to be evaluated as soon as possible, no matter what has happened in the past and no matter what studies were done before.
I just watched a video on visual aura - no headache. This is a possibility. I will research more. Are there any tests?