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Yes, this is diplopia or double vision. It would be better to see an ophthalmologist first. If required he will get a MRI done. Causes of diplopia (double vision) include squint or strabismus refractive error exophthalmos displacement or subluxation of the lens thyroid ophthalmopathy diabetes headache cataract head injury eye surgery Rare causes include multiple sclerosis, botulism, myasthenia gravis, sarcoidosis e.t.c. Please, click the ACCEPT BUTTON so that I can get my dues. BONUS and a POSITIVE FEEDBACK will be appreciated.