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It sounds like this is most likely due to your anxiety rather then any sort of ocular pathology.
Instead of going to a private practice ophthalmologist you might do better to be seen at a University Ophthalmology program where your problem can be evaluated by a diverse group of subspecialists. It would be best if you could bring along copies of your previous medical records and test results. If possible, try to obtain digital copies (on a disk, flash drive etc) or your actual MRI/EEG etc.
I am not sure where you live, however the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota would be an excellent place to go for this level of care. There are, of course, other programs just as good (and possibly better) scattered across the United States.
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