Im not sure if this is the right category to put this in Some time ago i started having double vision, it came quite abrubtly. One day i had trouble focusing on things and felt especially clumsy (more than usual) - just figured i were coming down with something. but then the day after i were seing 1½ sort of. The day after that again i were seeing double, and then my mother said my pupils were really large and that we should contact the doctor on call. She said for me to come to the hospital, and when i came there she did a few tests on me and said that i should call the eye doctor tomorrow, but that she did not see any signs of something acute. Called the eyedoctor the day after and just by "luck" really i got in that same day. When i came there, the eyedoctor sent me to the hospital acute. I drove with my mother to another city thats an hour away to be checked by the eyedoctors there, and ended up staying there all the way to midnight. When they stopped the eye tests halfway and started doing MRI's and other tests on me, we both started getting more worried. At around midnight two doctors (one of them the doctor that had been testing me all day), told me that they had found a little dot in my brain, apparantly at the place that signals for my sight, and that it was pressing on that nerve, so that my left eye were having trouble, resulting in the double vision. They said they suspected it to be a blood clot, and i got admitted as they wanted to understand why a 24 year old already were having a blood clot. My mother left and drove home, and so the testing continued out until 2 after midnight or so. And when they wake you up ofcourse. But those three days seemed forever(silly i know, its just 3 days.. but time went by so slowly:yawn:), i were alone in the room and had no contact to anybody, the doctors hardly told me anything. I didn't push them for answers much either, they all seemed so busy. But they were all very nice. I were very afraid those days though, i had no idea what was going on with me. I so have empathy, for those going in and out of hospitals now... After looking closer, they then found out it was not a blood clot, so they had to test for cancer, my heart, and many other things, im not sure how many things they ended up checking me for, but they did a lot of it. After taking a spinal fluid test on me, they found out i did not have an infection and that it seemed not to be cancer either. They said to me i could borrow their phone to call home and be picked up, i were so relieved. But also that they wanted to test me for sclerosis. (When i returned home, as i were lying down for the spinal fluid to restore, my sight went back to normal, since then i have not had double vision.) I were to expect letters about two sensory tests (SEP and VEP) - which i think i ended up waiting about a month for. I then got a letter to get another full MRI and also these two. The day i had to go take the SEP and VEP i felt so afraid to get any bad news, so i had asked my father for a blessing. I think for that month i had been worrying and having it in my head for so long, i had made it worse for myself. In the blessing i were told not to worry, that God knew me well even before, that i should trust him in the things that happend and that nothing serious like getting cut open/surgery and such would happend to me. But that he had some tests for me to go through. To reach my arm out, and he would reach his back. And some other things were also said. After the blessing i went upstairs and kneeled and cried my heart out, and a very strong sense of calm came over me, and i went through the tests fine. I don't know how it would have went without that blessing. Unfortunately i got no results yet. But ever since that blessing, i have felt that i am not alone, and the waiting hasn't been as bad. I got the full MRI done a bit after that as well (with some days in between), and then the easter holidays here were there for about a week where i had to wait for results. This could get long(it probably already is), i will try to shorten it... I recieved a letter some days after the easter holidays saying that they wanted me to come to the hospital one hour away again, and speak to someone in the sclerosis department. (One floor under the apoplecsia floor i were admitted to). And that it is in two months. I have been back and forth if i should write this thread... But when i saw that i had to wait for two months for any response/diagnose, i have just been searching for opinions on this. Because i don't know what or if to make anything of it. Ofcourse theres nothing certain to know until i get the to the meeting, but i just wish if i could know if i had to prepare for some bad news. On the one side, why would they want me to go all the way down there if they did not find something? Could they then not have just called me and said so, or told my doctor so i could just go down to him? (He is in my own town) Or the hospital here for that sake.. then again it might be that i have to speak to the person that has dealt with the tests. I don't know. Also a two months wait, is this a good sign? Like.. it can't be an acute situation then, if i have to wait that long? Im really not familiar with these things, but... i guess im just searching for someone that has been through something like it, or just if anybody would know if it is a good or a bad sign, that they write that. Or if i am just overanalysing it?