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Has the double vision resolved?
Do you have any headache? Scalp pain? Pain while eating?
no, everything is painless at this time, but the double vision continues. I can't say that it has improved..hard to measure.
Any change in blurry vision beside the double vision?
There is blurriness on the borders of where the double vision begins and the single vision ends and vice versa.
If you cover one eye, how is the vision?Then the other eye?
If I cover the right eye, I see the one vision that is higher than the other. When I cover the left eye, I see the vision that is lower than the other.
But they are clear?
To answer your question, I don't believe your current problems are related to the Bell's palsy.
It appears there is weakness of one of the nerves that go to your eye muscle.
Most likely the 4th cranial nerve, of there there are 12 cranial nerves total.
What do you think is the problem?
You will need to see an ophthalmologist to confirm this and examine your eyes.
In your experience, is this something that clears up in time?
It is possible.
It may take 4-6 months however to the nerve to strengthen again.
The reason I got to your website is because I googled eye exercises. The website gave some exercises. Do you think this might speed up the process?
Not usually in my experience. If it is a nerve weakness problem, then time will allow it to strengthen again.
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