I'm missing my peripheral vision in my right eye after my TBI five years ago.
I had corrective surgery to straighten strabismus in my left eye after my TBI. The surgery was 15 years ago but now I see two separate images, and it worsens when I'm stressed or really concentrating.
I suffered an acute attack of Wernicke's Encephalopathy–which is a type of brain injury–in February 2015 and was admitted following a seizure. As a result, I lost peripheral vision bilaterally, as well as 40% of my field of vision. After an evaluation by a neuro-ophthalmologist, it was determined that my brain is no longer processing the information that my eyes are sending. I also developed horizontal nystagmus, which gets worse in low light. I have tried vision therapy and colored light therapy without any improvement.
I was in a motor vehicle accident 17 years ago and have convergence insufficiency from the injury. I am unable to read or do work on a computer for extended periods. Some days I can read for 30 min, other days not even 5 minutes. Even grocery shopping is affected by looking for products or reading labels.
I sustained a traumatic brain injury in 2003 which left me with serious double vision. I had an operation in 2013 which got rid of the majority of my horizontal double vision, but I'm still left with a vertical double vision. After some tests I was told that all they can do is fit a blank contact lens.
I noticed depth issues when playing tennis.