- CASE FILE
My husband went blind in less than a year. Doctors keep throwing his case out because it’s too complicated.
ABOUT THIS CASE FILE
Since February 2018 my husband Kenny (23) started losing his vision. When to an eye doctor, retina specialist, Opthamologist and neuro- Opthamologist. All saw the inflammation on the optic nerves. Was diagnosed with Optic Neuritis in March 2018. But don’t have a diagnosis that cause the optic neuritis. He has a pre existing condition for diabetes insipidus that he was diagnosed with in 2015. He has had multiple hospitalizations for this condition. Multiple misdiagnoses for neurosarcoidosis and NMO. His cases has been thrown out many times because his case is too complicated. He has gone fully blind in August 2018. We all know he has some form of Multiple Sclerosis. But doctors keeping saying no because of the case of diabetes insipidus. He has had IV Steriods very high doses 3 times at 5 days a piece. Plasmapheresis and immunosuppressive treatment. He doesn’t respond to any of this and is hurting his body.