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... inside the eye shrinks and separates from the retina. That process causes the flashing lights. In most cases, the process completes smoothly and often goes unnoticed over a period of several weeks. ... (1 replies)
... E, and seen at the eye clinic, and been told I have Posterior Vitreous Detactment, been having flashing light in my eye all weekend.on and off. Will the flashing die down, and will I go blind, it has frightened me silly. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I am new to this board. I am at my wit's end about not being diagnosed. I have what many people have on these boards with flashing lights in the corner of their eyes. ... (0 replies)

... r since 5th grade ive noticed these flashing lights in my eyes, Iget them radomly they only last a few seconds maybe a minute at the most and they just look like flashing spots, and where ever my eyes move it follows. They also cause me to become confused. ... (4 replies)
... This began back in November 2010. ... (14 replies)
... The flashing lights are called "scintillating scotoma". ... (4 replies)
... I am 28 years old and nearsighted. I have had floaters for several years, and have yearly eye exams. ... (5 replies)
... I still do not know what I have for sure but it is starting to look like PVD with macular traction. In other words, incomplete detachment. ... (11 replies)
... Right, I did say I was diagnosed with PVD. My concern was the fact I it is now 3 months later and I am still seeing flashing lights when I move my eye. I know this is caused by stimulating the retina. I have not found too much written about how long I can expect to see the archs of light. ... (11 replies)
... vascular thing. There was a poster this week who saw flashing lights in one eye, then a grey spot. The doc told him he'd had a small hemorrhage that would clear up on its own. ... (3 replies)
Flashing lights
Jan 3, 2007
... and it sounds to me liek a couple of things first off flashing lights can be a sign of migraines, also a sign of pressures being up in your eye, so my advise is to get it checked out, have you been getting any headaches too? ... (3 replies)
Eye Sparkles/Stars
Oct 11, 2006
... Mine appear like a single string of small, flashing lights, in both eyes. They remind me of strings of Xmas lights. Most of the time the image is shaped somewhat like a thin letter C. ... (5 replies)
... stress, that I haven't recognised as stress! I am planning a wedding...or rather for the last month and a half...have been planning a "simple, no worry" wedding in less than two months....for the 4 of July. ... (12 replies)
... Please, go and have an eye exam..first with an opthamologist..a medical eye doctor who can tell you if you have anything serious.... ... (12 replies)
... So the eye doctor did a DILATED exam and said everything looked okay? ... (27 replies)
... I been worried about my health too. Lately my eyes been seeing white sparks that move around. Also, when I go out in the sun I get these things that kinda look like camera flashes going inside a vortex or some ish like that. I also do have pressure in the back of my head. ... (12 replies)
... plained it to you but floaters are normal to some extent. Floaters are just little portions of gel inside your eye, you are actually seeing something inside your eye loose float around but those are normally black like if you are seeing a little fly. ... (4 replies)
... Although the flashing light seems to be in one eye, it is most likely in both. If it happens again close one eye, then the other. If you see it in both eyes, it's your brain that's doing the neuron dance. As the other posters said, it's nothing to worry about. ... (6 replies)
... for quite some time i have been having some very strane vision problems. about a month ago i had this sudden onslaught of floaters and flashing lights appear everywhere in my field of vision. ever since it has been bothering me every time i look into something that is bright, or walk outside. ... (2 replies)
... Sounds as if it could be a macular pucker because of the distortion. That is not an emergency. But I don't know about the rest of it. Perhaps someone else does (2 replies)

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