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Unread 07-24-2009, 08:43 PM   #1
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Sometimes when I move my eyes from side to side...I hear a swish sound. I told my doc and she seemed to know what it was.....but didn't tell me anything.
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Unread 07-25-2009, 02:14 PM   #2
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Sometimes when I move my eyes from side to side...I hear a swish sound. I told my doc and she seemed to know what it was.....but didn't tell me anything.
Anyone else had this?
You hear your eyes move? Eeeeeewwwwwww!!

Don't think i've had that pleasure...nope..
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Unread 07-25-2009, 03:20 PM   #3
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I have since found out that its a disconnect somewhere in the brainstem that gets confused as to whether something is visual or auditory.
I do have problems there.

Also, it can be caused from withdrawl from certain anti-depressants. Withdrawl can screw up the signals in the same way.

Its really not that creepy...just weird. It doesn't go on all day long, just for a little while I will hear this light swishing sound that goes along with my eye movement. It happened most during the death of my mom so I think the stress triggered it.
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I have the same swishing sound that I hear when I move my eyes. It is also during times when I have horrible dizzy spells that can last for days or even weeks. It's not typical dizziness, though. It's more like a shifting of rooms and objects when I turn my head. One doc said it could be severe anxiety that has been going on for a while now without me being aware that I was not reacting normally to stress. I'm still looking for a sure diagnosis. It scares me because I worry about the worst possible scenarios, of course.

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I have since found out that its a disconnect somewhere in the brainstem that gets confused as to whether something is visual or auditory.
I do have problems there.

Also, it can be caused from withdrawl from certain anti-depressants. Withdrawl can screw up the signals in the same way.

Its really not that creepy...just weird. It doesn't go on all day long, just for a little while I will hear this light swishing sound that goes along with my eye movement. It happened most during the death of my mom so I think the stress triggered it.
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I can feel the colour purple in my head and taste one of my perfumes but I can't hear my eyes. No. definitely not.
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Unread 11-19-2009, 07:39 PM   #6
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hello every one
i was searching by google about my problem which is seem to be like karilann's problem and here i am..

actually my probelm "hear my eyes movement" start 3 day ago , i was think it is just bcuz i am tired that day , i try to sleep that day but when woke up there is no thing change .
i try to deal with it by paracetamol but no thing change .
today is the fourth day and it is still without any improvement.
i stop anti-depressants (cipralex) "SSRI'' before couple of weeks which i think is the most suspected in this problem , bcuz karilann say that could be withdrawl of anti-depressants
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bcuz karilann say that could be withdrawl of anti-depressants
First Accord, does your doc know you have discontinued your anti depressant? How long were you taking cipralex? What was the dosage? It can be very dangerous to simply stop taking ADs like that. In particular, the reason you started taking them in the first place.

Second, Why did you stop taking the meds?

Third, if you go back on the cipralex does the symptom go away?
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First Accord, does your doc know you have discontinued your anti depressant? ?
no but iam gonna call him today
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How long were you taking cipralex? ?
since march 2009
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What was the dosage? It can be very dangerous to simply stop taking ADs like that. In particular, the reason you started taking them in the first place.
it was 10mg per day

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Second, Why did you stop taking the meds??
i feel improvement , beside my doctor told me to stop it in nov 2009 but gradually and this what did I do
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Third, if you go back on the cipralex does the symptom go away?
i did not try and i will not , until my doc allow me...
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Going off antidepressants cold turkey can cause symptoms like you are experiencing. Its best to taper off slowly and under a doctors supervision. Regardless as to why you stop taking them.....go off slowly. I believe that my problem was from messing up my dosage during the death of my mom. I was up for 4 days straight and don't know when I took my meds.....thats when the problems started.
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Going off antidepressants cold turkey can cause symptoms like you are experiencing.
now my case improved and not always i hear my eyes' movement and i notice that vertigo are realy disapear , but my problem still with increase my sleep hours to 10 or 11 per day and that affect on my job and other activity..
any way i am now better and thank u karilann and Catch
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