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My Son is suffering an eye disease and he thought the Doctor

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My Son is suffering an eye disease and he thought the Doctor said he had eplepsy in his eye. I have read about epilepti eyes, could this be his problem? They've put him on eye drops and want to see him in 3 months. He is extremely dizzy and falls a lot. He has regained very little sight so far. He is 53 years old. He is disabled due to psorisis.Enbrel injections were started and the Doctor thinks his vision has was caused by Enberal.Thank you and I hope you ccan offer some advise. Thank You Lori

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Side effects of Enbrel injections includes seizures , extreme fatigue but not any reduction in vision directly.It is likely that it could be a pre-existing condition which has resulted in reduced vision. He might have been evaluated by the eye specialists for glaucoma , any maculopathy ( drug induced / age related macular degenaration) . Unless the details of the eye examination are known it is difficult to know the exact cause of reduced vision. But It is less likely to be a side effect of etanercept ( Enbrel injection).

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Is there any help for my Son in paying for more help. He is very disabled. He is Bi-Polar and the medication theyve given has caused a tremendous weight gain. He is unable to walk because of the vision affects him badly. He is extremely dizzy and loses his balance. The treatment is very difficult for him, He cannot drive. He has tried to ride the busses and he falls on the steps going in or out of the bus.They limit the taxi rides nd get a lift, so he can't get to all of his appt. I forgot to tell youn that he suffers essential taremors. I appreciate your help, Lori
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
We need to know if there might me booklets offered by any one that could offer more inf on psoriases. We are in the dark on this disease. Lori
Hello Lori,

Please find below a link for more details on psoriasis-

The following link is about essential tremors-

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