Microvascular Cranial Nerve Palsy Symptoms
The most common microvascular cranial nerve palsy (MCNP) symptoms are problems moving your eyes, blurry vision and double vision. You may find that it takes longer than usual to move your eyes. Or you may not be able to move your eyes at all in one or more directions.
In some cases, you may have vertical double vision. This is where you see two of the same image, one above the other. Tilting your head toward one of your shoulders may reduce or get rid of this double vision. You may also have both up and down (vertical) and side by side double vision.
You may have a droopy eyelid. You could also have pain in, or around, your eye. This may happen just before you notice double vision. Rarely, your pupil (the black dot in the center of your eye) gets larger.