... Macular problems can present in various ways. My vision appeared like I was underwater with my eyes open. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks. No I'm due to see a neurologist in a 3 weeks however. I've had this problem for 5 months now, it's driving me crazy...
With your macular hole I assume this effect was only seen with one eye then?
Has it got better? (5 replies)
... I've had extreme and chronic anxiety recently, however these symptoms are 24!7 with no relief, they don't come in waves. When I wake up the shaky vision is there. ... (5 replies)
... Sorry to hear of all your problems.
I'd recommend you be seen by a neuro-ophthalmologist. They diagnose/treat eye-brain issues, which may be implicated in your case. Most ophthalmologists aren't well-versed in those conditions. If you live in the U.S. depending on your health insurance, if any, you may need a referral from an ophthalmologist to see such a specialist. I... (5 replies)
... Hi thanks for the reply. I don't think it's this because it's not wavy but more like my positioning is unstable. The movements are so small I can't see if my eyes are actually moving or just the image tho I believe it is my eyes since it's wobbling when going over bumps etc.
It's great to hear you got better. I've had many optician appointments and my actual eyes are fine, in... (5 replies)
... Dear Random10,
I had a similar experience, and it seemed like I was underwater, looking through wavy water. Is that anything like what you experienced?
I was seen by an Ophthalmologist. It was a small macular hole. There is a procedure eye doctors will do, but I said no to that because I researched and I learned that often the hole will heal by itself. I did have it... (5 replies)
... Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone could help me figure out what might be wrong with my eye (i.e. whether I should go see someone about it).
Over the past few months I've had moments where my vision suddenly starts shaking (not sure yet if it's one or both eyes as it usually happens out of the blue), usually I feel some throbbing pressure in the head (usually on the... (1 replies)
... I notice that when I am looking at small things very closely to my face that my vision kind of shakes. The effect seems to be amplified when I have my contacts in. ... (1 replies)
... Hello everyone, this is my first time posting here and I have a question. My vision shakes in my left eye only. The shaking is spuradic and quiet annoying, but my eye dose not move during the shaking episodes. ... (2 replies)
... I don't know whats going on with me nor what categoryvto put this in if you know which category is best to post this in please let me know, thank you .. But this is what happened to me..im at home by myself and I got up off the couch to see who pulled up outside because it sounded like the guys car that my boyfriend had just left with so I got up to look and the sun blinded... (1 replies)
... I notice this, what I know to be, blackness it sometimes only takes up a small amount of vision but some times it takes up most of it,central and peripheral, it only lasts for a SPLIT second and it happens in BOTH eyes. ... (1 replies)
... our ability to smell almost as well as dogs, we hve verry weak nervs that because they where ignored over time .if you noticed you have the ability to make your vision blury wiitch was or is a part of focus that helps you block or enforce sun rays.the shaking was used as determination of a single targit for hunting. ... (0 replies)
... Hard to say if that is connected or not - could just be 2 different things. I have that "shaking" (flickering) in the peripheral vision (like a ceiling fan) I use that as an example because once it was happening I thought the ceiling fan was on and it wasn't. That's all due to floaters and the retina. If I described what YOU get, then I don't think the 2 are related. (it's... (1 replies)
... s it is mild and sometimes quite a violent shaking, but it is present all the time. I have also had very bad headaches that started a couple of months before the vision problem. I am worried because I have never had either of these problems before. Has anyone else experienced this? ... (1 replies)
... Sounds like Nystagmus or Oscillopsia. Both involve eye shaking. I believe nystagmus you can acquire in your adult life. There is child and adult onset. There is more than one type, the less severe one being one you can get over eventually. Oscillopsia, I believe causes nausea and dizziness. You would have to look these up, as I can't remember the symptoms off the top of my... (81 replies)
... vibration in vision is still there to some extent, but it hasn't bothered me as much. ... (81 replies)
... rippling vision, like everything is shaking that I'm looking at. The closest thing I can compare it to is looking at a reflection of your surroundings in a rippling pond. ... (2 replies)
... has your vision changed any since you've notice the shaky eye feeling? ... (1 replies)
... It happened just after I had a massive panic attack, and since then I had this shaky moving field of vision which drove me nuts and scared me to death. ... (2 replies)
... like a week ago that she has been having shaky vision, nausea and vomiting, and headaches. She told me a story that sometimes the entire room just looks like its shaking back and forth uncontrollably and she has to stop everything she is doing then it eventually goes away. ... (1 replies)