Possible superior semi-circular canal dehiscence visual disturbance
Hi. I am having symptoms that seem to point to Superior semi-circular canal dehiscence.
I hear a low-pitched rubbing sound in my right ear when I move my eyes and other symptoms though thankfully not the full range but I do get unsteady on my feet and my muscles work incorrectly when the dizziness comes on and feel like the back right of my head has been hit with a hard book.
But I’m wondering, I get slight black flickering and vision going slightly brighter to darker with images slightly warping in my vision when it comes on.
Has anyone else had the visual disturbances?
Thanks in advance.
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