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As you know there is no good treatment for this condition. Oscillopsia and dowbeat nystagmus can be caused by a number of conditions. From your post it seems that you have had a workup by your local doctors and are now left with the fact that there is not much that can be done to improve things.
There is an article by a MD who treats dizzyness/oscillopsia from a number of conditions. You might find some of his comments helpful:
As you stated in your post in a large number of patients the underlying cause of the oscillopsia is never found and, as such, no specific treatment can be instituted. If you have not already done so I suggest you see a neurologist who specializes in dizzyness etc for a complete evaluation.
As you can see from the article above, even if a specific underlying cause can not be found there are some therapies that <may> be helpful.
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