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... If you can try to avoid the visual disturbance, what is your distance vision like? ... (8 replies)
Grainy Vision
Apr 24, 2005
... I've experienced grainy images myself and all my eye exams came back fine too. I just very recently found out that I wasn't the only one experiencing this. ... (11 replies)
Grainy Vision
Mar 19, 2005
... Im 28 now and have had grainy vision since i was probably 17. ... (11 replies)

Grainy Vision
Mar 16, 2005
... Hi Guys - Sorry I didn't see your posts sooner, I've been off this board. I don't know when it started, I can't pinpoint it but I do know that going into stores like WalMart really bothers my eyes - I walk around squinting to focus otherwise I feel like I'm just staring. sk3499 - I get a royal blue spot - very quickly comes and goes - in my left eye. At night, in the... (11 replies)
... fuzzy and will fry!! But when I look at that frying, the image is normal, and then the previous spot I was looking at will fry instead. I asked my mom and she said that it happens to her too. It also can happen with older TVs and computer monitors. ... (2 replies)
... It's only really starting to bother me now with the static at night. ... (3 replies)
... for some reason now, the vision in this eye appears as if I've looked through something extremely bright and now it just won't stabilize. ... (5 replies)
Ghosting Vision
Feb 28, 2002
... I have these symptoms, too, and have been told they are related to occular migraines, or some kind of migraine variant. I have grainy vision, which looks kind of like looking at a TV with bad reception (snowy). I have afterimages (or ghosts) whenever I look at something, and at night this gets worse (or in bad light). HAve you found anything else out about your symptoms? (2 replies)
... Inability to track text because of the aforementioned difficulty in looking directly at things. ... (0 replies)

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