Optic neuritis and problems with eye movement are caused by inflammation and often go away when the inflammation subsides, so you may not need treatment. If your symptoms are particularly severe, your doctor or MS nurse may prescribe a course of steroids, which can help to speed up your recovery.
If you are struggling with double vision there are ways you can reduce its impact such as wearing a patch over one eye or wearing glasses which are fitted with lenses that realign the two images. There are also treatments available that your doctor or MS nurse may prescribe that can help if you experience involuntary eye movements.
Talk to your doctor if you’re experiencing involuntary eye movements. There are also treatments available for this vision problem that your doctor or MS nurse can prescribe to help you.