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... I just experienced a very strange symptom which I am not sure if I have ever experienced before. I was in a dimly lit room and using my laptop, and all of a sudden a tiny ball of light appeared in the top corner of my left eye. It sort of sparkled or resembled a ball of electricity. ... (3 replies)
... A retinal tear or detachment can cause flashes. More likely though, it's post vitreous detachment, a normal process of aging where the jelly in the eye pulls away from the interior walls. The tugging stimulates the nerves and that is seen as light flashes. ... (1 replies)

... Further to what Brian said, a retinal detachment would result in loss of vision in that area of the retiina. I would think, also, that it would involve more than one flash. ... (3 replies)
Flash of light!!
Sep 7, 2006
... Flashing light in my eyes when I would turn over in bed at night meant I'd had undiagnosed diabetes for several years and the eye doctor was the first to tell me. Sugar made the retinas swell. I'd been feeling bad and eating more of it to try to get some energy I guess. ... (4 replies)
... I have the same problem. Sounds like you might've stretched the vitreous in your eyes during your heavy working? ... (4 replies)
... i got the same thing mine was bad in the begining like a camera flash in the middle of my vision in one eye, this was in may but it has been gettin better its not in the middle anymore and not as bright it was like greyish, i still kinda have it how about you? ... (1 replies)
... view. Its a spot that "flashes", and sort of looks as if I've looked at a bright light. The spot never moves though. Sometimes its more prominent, and sometimes less so. ... (3 replies)
... Ok here's the update. My appointment today didn't go as well as I wanted it to. The good news is that I don't have any tearing in my retina, it is fine. However, my right optic nerve appears swollen. ... (16 replies)
... Hello, Stella! Boy, we are a rare breed alright! Normal to the docs, but what a Fourth of July fireworks display we see! ... (12 replies)
... This began back in November 2010. ... (14 replies)
... I am 28 years old and nearsighted. I have had floaters for several years, and have yearly eye exams. ... (5 replies)
... and on any given day do not bother me. The flashers I see when I look at a blue sky or other light BG and almost look like am looking at a TV. I have to try to notice them, though. ... (1 replies)
... prone as me, then this explains why you are so darn observant to your vision as I am. I believe anxiety and hypersensitivity go hand in hand. ... (12 replies)
More eye trouble
Nov 3, 2004
... Are the spots in one eye or both? ... (4 replies)
... I'm sorry that I don't really know anything that can help, other than just to let you know that you are not alone in this "wait 'n" see" deal. ... (11 replies)
... A week ago I was treated for my left eye as well. ... (11 replies)
... Back in 2007 or 08 I was in the grocery store and looking down at the floor. I noticed some little spots. Anywhere I looked, they followed. ... (4 replies)
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... Recently, me and some other people were working on light effects for a party we're hosting. ... (0 replies)


Associated Tags: eye, eye & vision, eye damage afterimage floaters permanent, flashes of light, migraine, ophthalmologist, posterior vitreous detachment, pvd, retina, vision, vitreous

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