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  1. Hello everyone. I'm brand new to this site and very happy to have found it. I'm 33 and suffered a minor stroke on 9th January 2017. It left me with a visual field defect on my lower left side. After reporting it to the doctor/ DVLA my driving licence was quickly revoked. I was diagnosed with a minor stroke following an MRI. Investigations into the cause of the stroke found a Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) in my heart (a hole) and this was closed on 18th December 2017. I've had no other symptoms other than my vision issues and I've been able to go about my life a
  2. LEFT SCOTOMA PERIPHERAL FIELD VISION LOSS (DVLA) 19 year old male, 6 months ago car accident, TBI, brain hemorrhage, 6 hours Neuro surgery GCS 4! Only now left some damage to right occipital lobe AND right optic nerve. 100% cognitive recovery and vision has vastly improved, no double vision. Using both eyes has 20/20 acuity and central vision even up to DVLA driving standards. But on the left peripheral he has a scotoma (blind spot) both eyes about 20-30 degrees left of central vision so although does NOT affect daily life it does affect field vision tests for driving and that's when it
  3. Hi there everyone. I'm new to this and needing a bit of advice. My boyfriend suffered a bleed on his brain 10 years ago and overcame it all and last year applied for his driving licence. Got that in 6 months and has being driving about. He applied for his hgv and had his driving licence revoked. We are in the process of going to the hospital now to see an orthoptic. Can anyone tell me what happens at this appointment? Will there be any visible field tests? He does has slight preferential vision loss due to the bleed but can see! Thanks Hannah
  4. I suffered a subarachnoid haemorrhage on the 18th March 2013. No known cause was found for my haemorrhage and I know from the DVLA medical guidance I can return to driving when I feel well enough. I sent my medical form to DVLA on 2 May 2013 and DVLA wrote to my consultant on 18 May 2013. My consultant has still not filled in the form and returned it to DVLA. I am expected to return to work next week and my 10-15 min car journey will turn into a 40 min bus journey. Surely it is better for my health to be able to return to driving sooner rather than later. I feel well enough to drive bu
  5. I had a SAH just over a year ago followed by a VP shunt; I'm still on phenytoin at the moment although aiming to come off in a couple of months (all being well), but because of post surgery seizures had to give up my driving licence - can anyone please tell me how long I should leave it before reapplying to the DVLA, are they helpful or not, do they test for short term memory problems (which I have) or are they simply interested in driving ability ? thanks
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