... Hello do you still have this problem? (1 replies)
... I skyped my Mum last night and it was amazing to see her without glasses. I just spoke to her and she is getting some flickering occasionally when she looks at bright lights. I looked on the internet and it said that this is normal and should go away in about 3 months. ... (18 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)
... This flickering is getting worse and worse and is beginning to scare me, I hope this won't be another permanent symptom. ... (4 replies)
... For about a week now I've noticed this blurry black spot in the center of my vision in my right eye. When I first noticed it, it was just a blurriness in my vision. ... (0 replies)
... Apart from the dizziness your symptoms fit me to a "T", including the shelves in stores. I see flickering or shimmering within shadow when patterned against white or high contrast areas for 4 weeks now. ... (81 replies)
... Sitting in the bathroom when my eyesight began flickering like someone was messing with the on/off switch. It only lasted a few seconds, maybe 5, but I'm kind of freaked. I've had a headache all day and my neck and back have hurt for a few days straight. No medication has brought relief. Need help trying to figure out what's going on. (1 replies)
... I am a 39 year old male and have been suffering from what I can only describe as 'flickering vision'.
It is a problem that I have when looking at high contrast patterns such as rows of supermarket shelves with stuff on them, oriental rugs, white text on a black background on a computer screen. It feels like the light contrast has to be exactly right for this to occur. It... (1 replies)
... Ultimately, the laser is up to you. If the flickering lights really bother you and it's affecting you daily then go for it. You won't notice any change in your vision as the laser is performed in the far periphery which doesn't affect your central vision. ... (2 replies)
... flickering vision peripheral vision". I want to let you know that I, too, was having a problem with flickering vision in my peripheral vision. ... (3 replies)
... flickering vision peripheral vision". I want to write specifically to LOYSKI because I saw that you were having a problem similar to mine. ... (2 replies)
... Hi there,
Just wondering if you could possibly have Fuchs' Dystrophy. I just posted about my situation a few minutes ago wondering if anyone else has this malady.
I only have FD in my left eye which was basically 'caused' by my cataract surgery... this only happened in my left eye...the other surgery in R eye turned out great.
Every once in awhile I will see flasing... (5 replies)
... It started 4 years ago. And now I even see them when it's not really bright. I even see them when I close my eyes even then do I notice them and it looks like a flickering or something like that. Here's how they look like but I have much more of them. ... (11 replies)
... Hello! I'm here to ask questions about the eye condition I'm having right now. It seems like I have flickering in my vision particularly on the peripheral vision of my left eye. It looks like "waves" and is more pronounced when I'm lying down on a sideways position. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks so much, Traven. I've read about this, and I sure hope to be one of the people where it goes away. I hope that for you, too! Keep me posted about your appointment.
I am having a YAG laser procedure on the eye that has this issue (not BECAUSE it does, but because I have developed a sort of common, secondary cataract that needs to be zapped) in September. I hope it makes... (5 replies)
... In my case the shimmering is most noticeable after awakening. After a few hours it clears up in the central vision but is always present in the left corner. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, folks, :wave:
I'm 50, and recently had cataract surgery (in May and then June, I had
congenital, posterior polar cataracts) with intraocular lens placements.
The procedures went well and the doctor is happy with the results. I do not have a detached retina or any other complications whatsoever.
There IS something rather bothersome, though. It seems that light,... (5 replies)
... Hi to all :) I have the same problem (I am 30) and I kind of know what is going on.
1. Staring at computer screen for long time exhausts chemistry in retina (you see longer afterimages - especially after looking at black item and you move to light area). This forces your blood vessels to expand in order to supply more blood to retina.
2. When you are close to orgasm (having... (9 replies)
... or under certain florescent lights. I've also noticed that there is much more of a noticable flicker when I watch TV or use a computer. The flickering is in both eyes. ... (0 replies)
... at least a CRT. MY peripheral vision turned into a flickering tunnel when I look at white backgrounds. ... (3 replies)