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Flashes of light
Apr 10, 2013
... if you experience a sudden increase in floaters, flashes of light in peripheral vision, or a loss of peripheral vision you should have an eye doctor examine your eyes as soon as possible. ... (4 replies)
Flashes of light
Jun 11, 2004
... The flashes of light are caused by the vitreous tugging on the retina. ... (5 replies)
... in glasses. I was recently seen by an optho for cloudy vision in my right eye. She diagnosed me with "dry eye" and told me to lay off of my lenses and keep my eyes lubricated. ... (6 replies)

... I just started with the same thing Saturday after moving a ton of wood pellets. Don't know if I poped something or what. I have ITP and Glaucoma. ... (4 replies)
Flashes of light
Jun 14, 2004
... so I'd say I'm very nearsighted. I just started getting this fluttering of light towards the bottom of my peripheral sight in my right eye. It happens right after I blink, usually when I am looking at something white, or am outside and the light is brighter. ... (5 replies)
... Two years ago I started to get an odd flicker in my peripheral vision in my right eye only. It was pretty random when it came. I went to the opticians who couldn't find anything wrong. ... (6 replies)
... ame 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)
... 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)
... Stay positive, that's what i'm trying to do, but I know that the thought of losing your sight is very scarry. ... (11 replies)
... My symptoms are peripheral flashes of light that travel in a half moon, and can have an upward and downward motion. Usually noticeable in the morning, which is kind of weird. ... (11 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)
... Whenever I move my head from left to right or right to left . . .I see weird flashes of light in my right eye only. I doesn't hurt but is quite annoying. What could it be? ... (2 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)
... I finally saw a retina specialist a week ago and the issue seems to be that I have 2 tiny holes, one in each of my retina. ... (6 replies)
... vitreous specialist, as what I read indicated time was of the essence. ... (6 replies)
... But! Now it has been a couple of weeks and I'm having different symptoms. So far it only happens just as I am waking up. Why would that be? ... (6 replies)
... this is what you are dealing with, or not. BUT I have had this a few times over the last few YEARS, and I mean only like 4 times or so. They come as shimmers or flashes around the "outer" visual field. These were explained to me as occular migraines. ... (6 replies)
... had retinal detachment symptoms and they made him wait almost 2 months. He is nearly blind in that eye now from waiting so long. Go to the Emergency Room of your best hospital if you have to and tell them you're really worried about it and don't want to go blind. ... (6 replies)
... so it would be obvious. Also you would probably have flashes of light in the peripheral vision. It fluid gets behind the retina you would have a "curtain" type of effect in part of your vision, totally blocking sight. ... (11 replies)


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