... he largest, although the size difference does change throughout the day and in different levels of light as you describe. I would definitely describe some of the spots I see as "afterimages"...similar to the spot you see after looking at a camera flash. I've also noticed others that seem to last for only a second. ... (12 replies)
... spots. Like you I only noticed that I have anisochoria when I started to get concerned about the mystery spots and spent a lot of time checking out my eyes in the mirror. ... (12 replies)
... Interesting that we both have these white spots and the aniscoria, huh? ... (12 replies)
... I'm hoping somebody here will be able to offer me advice on an unusual visual symptom I've been experiencing for the last two months. ... (12 replies)
... spots I see from time to time, and he couldn't find any explanation because of what I said earlier, he didn't find anything unusual with my eyes. ... (7 replies)
... e been followed by a Retinal Specialist regularly, 2 Neuro Opthalmologists and have had every test done they could think of and all say they cannot find anything unusual in my vision. I also see crescent shaped images as well as the blind spots. Most of my blind spots are in my peripheral vision, some come and go but most stay. ... (42 replies)
... antigen B, but this particular test is unusual I guess, because it coulldn't be done in Canada. That was about seven years ago. ... (42 replies)
... another doctor have a look. He didn't think it was anything to worry about. It's just that I still have a lot of uncertainty over how many of these little blind spots I might get over time and if I could become seriously affected by them. I just wish I could know for certain what this is and what to expect from it. ... (42 replies)
... Hey Sophie,
Thanks for your reply. From what u said u symptoms sound different than mine. Mine are little white blobs, more like minature white flashes. That last for a minute or two. I can only see them when looking at the blue sky or a light colored background. They come a few times a day. and flicker more intensly when I blink. Is this what your seeing as well?
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... Hey guys...my symptoms are identical to yours. I was diagnosed with uveitis (iritis) and was given an injection of prednisone in my right eye 6 weeks ago. The floaters in my right eye are gone except for two lingering ones. The doc injected the left eye on the 22nd and it is now clearing up also. However, the blob still comes and goes in the left eye, but not as often. ... (12 replies)
... Wow I have similiar visual disturbances as described by Sonic and Stella.
About my symptoms
- For the last few months I noticed white blobs.
- They happen everyday or every other day
- I ve seen them in both eyes. Sometimes at the same time in both eyes, but they were different shapes, sizes, and at different locations in each eye
- They are mostly noticable... (12 replies)
Do you see afterimages, too? I agree, that some of these darn things I am seeing are just me being hypersensitive and monitoring my vision all the darn time. I think I probably have had the aniscoria and floaters for quite some time and am now just noticing it with all the anxiety I am creating.
I, too, tried to go back and look at old pictures, but my eyes... (12 replies)
... Oh my gosh! I am so happy to find another person with this problem! I have been very anxious about my vision in the last few months. This is one of the phenomena that I have been seeing. I have been to 2 optometrists and 1 opthamologist for this problem and a few others I am having. I, too, see this white blobs/streaks when looking at light colored things and/or the sky. ... (12 replies)
... I sometimes have those flashes, mostly when I'm looking at the sky or on a computer, its in one small part of the eye and lasts for only a second or two. I went to my eye doctor and was told there was nothing to worry about, still though, it is a slightly scary experiance. (12 replies)
... Floaters don't always float - mine was totally fixed, but I am an obsessive type and I'd be checking the spot all day long, so it WAS there all the time. a "normal" person may not have realized that it was, but when it comes to matters of health I'm not normal :(
I know that when looking at a digital clock it would block part of it out, like it would be 6:18 and I'd see... (12 replies)
... Thanks for the response! Your experience does sound similar to the symptoms I have in some respects. Was your spot present 24 hours a day or did it come and go? The ones I'm experiencing seem to "flare up" once or twice a day for about 5-10 minutes; the rest of the time I can't see them at all. I should point out that I've never seen them flare up in both eyes at once. This... (12 replies)
... Sounds like what I had back in January. I was told it was a stubborn floater! I described it exactly the same way as you. The only exception was that I was having a hard time reading because it was in the center of my vision and the spot would block out a letter in a word. When I'd look at a wall and blink, the spot would keep getting darker as I'd blink - exactly like it... (12 replies)
... The latter of those two options would be unusual as I've always worn the same brand and size, and the "new" pairs that I put in came from a box that I've been using for a few months now. ... (0 replies)
... I had my eyes checked out by an ophthalmologist due to some unusual problems, but the doctor said everything looks normal. ... (9 replies)
... but I was wondering what it is. I have also noticed i can see through many optical illusions using this movement, such as motion induced illusions and the blind spots of the human eye. ... (20 replies)