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NystagmusConstant, unsteady movement of the eyes. Movement will be jittery, and can be side-to-side, up and down or circular. The eyes of people with nystagmus may flicker when they try to look steadily at something.
For similar information see Sensory changesNystagmus is a problem with your eyes.
It happens when you can’t control the way your eyes move.
Your eyes dance around.
Your eyes might move:
• Side to side
• Up and down
• In a circle
You might have constant jittery eye movements.
Your eyes might flicker when your try to look at something.
See Sensory changes