Yes! Mine started off this way (and then went to full vertigo as time went on) I have told this to so many doctors. They looked at me like I was crazy..... :(
I would say...... it was like as if my eyes weren't working together.
I am sorry you are experiencing this too :(
It was worse in elevators. (especially if there is mirrors or any reflective surface). Wasn't sure if it was the motion, vibration, lighting, or what. I sat and closed my eyes in the elevator when I had to ride on them and had the same feeling ... like it does in the elevator when it comes to a stop.
Saw 2 eye drs, ENT, and a Neurologist.
I had 2 MRI's with and with out contrast 1 year apart.
No lesions, no tumors, no MS.
Had VNG and hearing tests.....only hit positive on the "head shake" test. They had to do it for me (I knew movement of my head side to side always triggered my dizzy spells and avoided it at all costs). Eyes were bouncing all over the place.
I got the most info from my physical therapist. She said the muscles and nerves on my left side were weaker than the right. My left eye doesn't always track properly but doesn't stay to the one side. Did eye patch, vestibular, neuro therapy for 8 months and it helped some but continued to lag (worse when tired) She was just as frustrated as I was.
I also have blurred and double vision and a few instances where the right side went up on a angle.
Fast forward to my ES diagnosis.
I don't now how it relates exactly.
I did ask Dr. Samji about the issue with the me being in the car and only able to tolerate it for 10 to 15 mins at a time and then needing to get out. (I had to have my eyes closed)
He said that the bone (styloid) is pressing on the nerve (didn't say which one) and the motion is rubbing it...... aggravating it.
I had the let side removed. (10/28/13). Vision/ motion sensitivity was even worse during the first week. Second week vision got even sharper then before surgery. Felt like I got new glasses or contacts took nearly two weeks for me to adjust and not feel nauseous.
Still waiting for the swelling to go down all the way and the nerves to heal and hoping it will resolve.
Sorry so long but I have the same questions.