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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)
... nd I think I was diagnosed with Lattice degeneration, but the doctor said "snail tract degeneration". Upon searching for that term, I found that STD is a variant of LD. So pretty much the same thing. ... (3 replies)

... nd I think I was diagnosed with Lattice degeneration, but the doctor said "snail tract degeneration". Upon searching for that term, I found that STD is a variant of LD. So pretty much the same thing. ... (3 replies)
... I have high myopia and I have been seeing this moving bead of light in the peripheral of my vision in one eye. The bead of light comes from the corner and curves upwards and disappears. ... (16 replies)
... Normally, flashes of light that last all day should be checked out immediately. ... (3 replies)
... I have the same problem. Sounds like you might've stretched the vitreous in your eyes during your heavy working? ... (4 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)
... ll 17 ft. I landed on my foot and then came back and hit me head. I was only knocked out for a second but completely disoriented when I woke up. Ever since I had flashes of light in my vision. Its like someone tossed a light ball to someone or it can be like a single shooting star. It used to give me problems driving at night. ... (0 replies)
... This began back in November 2010. ... (14 replies)
... I also have eye flashes in my peripheral vision from time to time, but only in the left eye. I went to a retinal specialist and he diagnosed me with lattice degeneration. ... (2 replies)
... The flashes can be annoying when you are trying to sleep during a firework display. I still have one phenomenon that affects me when I first turn off the light. ... (28 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)
... Thanks to everyone that have offered opinions and shared their problems. I hope everyone is in a better place now. ... (6 replies)
... Glad you got the detachment fixed before it created any problmes. I've had my retina detach 4 times in the right eye and a retinal tear in the left. ... (11 replies)
Flash of light!!
Sep 6, 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)
... Hello I've been noticing a bunch of stuff going on in my eyes over the past year. Before last summer, my eyes were perfect. First I started to notice floaters in my vision. Following the floaters I started to see flashes of light in my eyes, which I determined was entoptic phenomena. ... (14 replies)
... For the last six months I have been having blue flashes of light in the periphery of my vision. They happen sporadically and without any connection to food. They happen at different times of the day and last only seconds at a time. ... (5 replies)
... I have had RK, Lasik and cataract surgery in my right eye. I have started developing floaters as well as clouding of my new lens. I have been to my ophthalmologist several times. Each time she says my retina is fine, and schedules a time for me to come back. ... (3 replies)
... I am in the same boat as you, except I think floaters are perfectly fine, I see them all the time since I was a kid. But for me, as I made in an earlier post, I am seeing the flashes of light as well. I have an appt. tomorrow with the eye doctor, so I will get it checked out. ... (13 replies)

Associated Tags: flashes of light, head injury, lasik surgery then cataracts surgery, peripheral vision

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