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New black spots
Mar 23, 2011
... ontacted conjunctivitis. This persisted for over a week. The abrasion seemed to be healed for the most part the same time the conjunctivis finally cleared. I was on Vigamox during this time along with another eye drop of some sort. ... (4 replies)
... Seeing black spots when waking up in low light, goes away when I turn the lights on. My eye doctor doesn't have an answer to this. Started a year ago came on suddenly went away for a few months now it back again. ... (3 replies)
... grey halo. The blue spots are just bright blue. Are floaters like after images or do they look like your seeing something on the wall? ... (0 replies)

New black spots
Jul 17, 2011
... This of course is just a quick photoshop image of the effect. In reality, the identical black spots would be present on EVERY SINGLE point of light in the picture. ... (4 replies)
... I think what you may have are called floaters. They are crystal deposits in the eyes. My bf has them but he got laser done on his eyes and can now see 20/20. The crystals float around the eye but when they cross over the pupil then you see black spots (5 replies)
... and up to a pack on the weekends for over 10 years now. Recently I have noticed that I get one or two black spots when I am smoking in my right eye. It is definitely in my eye cause they go wherever I look. ... (3 replies)
... Echoing what Sammi2 said. If your appointment with the eye doctor is not right away, you should call them up and ask them to see you as soon as they can - this could be an emergency, so don't hesitate to let them know that. If you are suffering from a retinal detachment you have only a limited window of opportunity to address the problem. Also, you may want to ask someone... (3 replies)
... Thanks, viewing is a little better this am. Made an appt with Eye Dr. but not Opthamologist...may have to visit next. ... (3 replies)
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... and an MRI. All showed no visible problems, and my eye was seen to be operating "perfectly", from the retina to the optic nerve. ... (42 replies)
... Also, I spend a ridiculous amount of time on the computer. But, yeah, I definitely consider this worrisome. ... (6 replies)
... Do you think I will get any permanent black spots on my eye due to this? ... (1 replies)
... Hi to all :) I have the same problem (I am 30) and I kind of know what is going on. 1. Staring at computer screen for long time exhausts chemistry in retina (you see longer afterimages - especially after looking at black item and you move to light area). This forces your blood vessels to expand in order to supply more blood to retina. 2. When you are close to orgasm (having... (9 replies)
ILM Peeling
Aug 7, 2009
... had said I would see the spots for a few days. The guy who did the injection was under the supervision of the top surgeon. ... (699 replies)
... Well , back from the ER, and was able to get the eye doc to check it out ! ... (10 replies)
... The fact that the spots go away when you put on your glasses makes it very mysterious indeed. ... (5 replies)
... Unless it is overwhelming, it's completely normal to see these spots from time to time. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks EyesTwo. Don't know what you asked that got removed. I've done a lot of research on eye disease but don't know that much, not being a doctor. ... (10 replies)
Black spot in eye
Mar 30, 2005
... tell him where you see the spots and have a thorough, dilated eye exam. Download an Amsler grid from the net and make sure these aren't blind spots. ... (3 replies)
... months ago I noticed a black spot in my right eye's field of vision. It moves right along with my eye just like a trailer would so I wrote it off and thought it would go away on it's own. Well, as you might have guessed, it hasn't. ... (5 replies)


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