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... s on your eyes might, for whatever reason, begin transmitting data slower than others, leading to a lag time in visual processing in the affected area, hence the spot when you blink. Make sure to check and make sure it is present in only one eye. If you close one eye, and blink the other, is it present? ... (3 replies)
... i can see a small spot, but it quickly goes away. it's most obvious in the morning when i wake up, and i can see it when blinking both eyes sometimes. it is very subtle and mostly appears indoors with the lights on, but not in the dark or outside in the bright sunlight. ... (3 replies)
... I have the same thing. I've seen floaters and flashes for a long time, and my Optometrist said he didn't see anything wrong with my eyes. Finally I went to a retinal specialist just to make myself feel better, and he said everything is fine. I mentioned the spot I see when I blink (after he examined my eyes) and he said it's probably a floater and didn't seem concerned. ... (3 replies)

... years. I sometimes see a dark spot on the peripheries of my vision noticeable mainly against white clouds or white walls. ... (0 replies)
... hour. Sometimes, I also will see a very faint greyish blob with eyes open at the spot. Upon blinking, it turns white. I usually only see one in one eye at a time, but I have seen multiple ones in both eyes. ... (12 replies)
... spot in the lower left hand corner of my left eye. It's kind of a grey blob. I see it more against white backgrounds, and also when I am blinking. ... (1 replies)
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... r the past few years i've been a plane enthusiast and often sit outside at night with binoculars and track planes above. It's always been an easy challenge, just spot the blinking lights! ... (0 replies)
... It's like the spot you get when you look at a very bright lamp, camera flash, etc. ... (0 replies)
... It's a wonder how a simple internet search can obliterate feelings of isolation. About 6 months ago, I developed a blind spot that matches the descriptions of those mentioned here exactly, and it has been arduous trying to find anyone that understands. ... (42 replies)
Stationary spots
Feb 16, 2008
... To answer your question...in the beginning I used to notice the spots more when blinking. The spots start out dazzly, then fade. I think blinking shows them up more because you're getting an afterimage of the spot. ... (15 replies)
... Starfox, it is just not possible for me to go without using tear drops. My eyes are so bone dry that they are incredibly painful if I don't use them. Plus, I don't have very much oil in my tears anyway. ... (74 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Jul 24, 2004
... it's not used too much anymore because there are so many other, newer ones out there. I have been on it twice. Once it was prescribed by my General Practicioner when I had my first case of pink eye, and did not have an ophthalmologist available to go to. The infection went away, but I was still having a lot of problems. ... (488 replies)
... he glare is around any bright object or color against a darker background, I've also noticed quite a few new floaters that I hardly ever noticed in the past even when I tried to force my self to see them it was impossible until just a month ago. ... (7 replies)
... dimly lit room I notice like little pinhole flashes right around where the blind spot is. And of course in broad daylight these spots are like the 4th of July. ... (14 replies)
Spots and Lines
Sep 15, 2003
... I see these blue or darkish translucent perfect circles sometimes with a lighter halo around them, covering a large part of my eyes when I make sudden movements with my head or eyes. ... (3 replies)


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