Now that you have figured out how to make the events happen -- stop doing it :)
Until, that is, you get in your doctors office and then do it for her......
I think you are having an issue with blood flow to your your eye. This is very serious as it can cause other things to loose blood flow...like your brain. I'm glad you were persistent in seeking answers when none were forthcoming.
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I've answered your Eye question
I stated all the tests i had done except the fluoresein angiogram. When I went to the retina specialist he told me.that the pressure in my left eye was 40 instead of 20 as it normally was and should be. He attributed this finding to the lateness of the day when he measured it and said most all of the other times the measurements by various doctors were in the morning and that would account for the difference. He said he thoujght I had Possner schlosser syndrone (may be spelled wrong) which essentially is intermittent glaucoma. He gave me combigan drops to take for the eye pressure and told me to check back with my regular eye doctor and also to call him after a few days to see if the eye loss stopped. So far, after one and a half days, it has. The only problem is that when I look that malady up in the internet, the symtoms don't match. For example it says it lasts for a few weeks at a time, mine is seconds or minutes. iI also says if attacks persons between 30 and 50, and I am over eighty. There are no symptoms stated that match mine.
I am becoming convinced that I may have two separate but related probllems, one the eye and the other dizziiness and sshortnesss of breath after moving from at rest to motion especially climbing stairs.