... I have been having constant flashing lights/arcs in the left corner of my eye for 7 years. This is following an eye injury I had in 2007. I am highly myopic and have been to 4 different retinal specialists in Denver. None can see a problem with my retina and say it's vitreous traction or retinal traction. One doctor saw scarring but that's it. Otherwise they say my retina is... (30 replies)
... It started out just getting light spots, just like when you look at the sun and then get the dark spots in vision afterwards.. ... (1 replies)
... I've had black spots in my vision in low light for many years. They're in my central vision and appear momentarily when I blink rapidly. They're the same in both eyes. They don't cause me any problems, so I've never mentioned them to my eye doctor. ... (3 replies)
... I am doing good. How about yourself.
By no means am I an expert, but I've now seen 13 Ophthalmologists Include many From Hershey Medical Center and John Hopkins University. So I do have a much better understanding of eye issues than I did even back last year when I wrote this.
As far as your symptoms go, it doesn't sound like you have anything to worry about. The... (3 replies)
... e extremely dry eyes and I don't know it this is one of the causes for it to be worse than before. I hope this is the reason as there is help for dry eyes. I see spots after the glare. It does hurt and I totally understand where you are coming from. ... (3 replies)
... i don't want vision get worse and stay that way. also, i have not been taking any ms drugs all this time but he wants me to start.. this is first time i have gone to him. ... (1 replies)
... Seeing black spots when waking up in low light, goes away when I turn the lights on. My eye doctor doesn't have an answer to this. ... (3 replies)
... with a light grey halo around it in my center vision or right off center the last 2 years. I started seeing the blue spot in my vision lately. ... (0 replies)
... I too have had spots in my vision. ... (30 replies)
... I too have gray stationary spots in my vision that came about in a 24 hour period. ... (1 replies)
... Sounds like you may have histo spots which are casued by an infectious disease called histoplasmosis, I have the lung version and will be having my eyes checked tomorrow for histospots. ... (15 replies)
... I feel my vision getting worse every day specially when I go out on a sunny day I see so many floaters and white "mosquitoes" floating everywhere. ... (0 replies)
... ld me I had a detached retina but it healed itself. He said it's rare to have it heal on it's own so I thank God for that. But I do remember seeing large black spots right after taking out my contacts and going to sleep. Thought it was just my eyes adjusting to the dark, but that was when my retina detached. ... (4 replies)
... w. At that time, I saw something like big black swirls in my eyes, but I only saw this when I was outside. Shortly after that I started to see small and big dark spots as well and these "clear stars like phenomena. That's the best way I can describe it. ... (4 replies)
... How is everyone doing with their spots, mine are still bothering me..
I hope everyone is well as can be.
-John (30 replies)
... any issues. I have been to 4 or 5 Retinal specialists, and a couple regular ophthalmologists over the last 8 years or so. I still have good eye sight, the blind spots are not directly in the center of my vision, although I did have one very close, but it has healed. ... (30 replies)
... Have you seen a doctor about the blind spot in your peripheral vision? Have you mentioned to a doctor the flashes? Flashes in the peripheral are often not a serious problem, HOWEVER, sometimes flashes do indicate a change/problem with the retina that would need to be addressed as soon as possible. With flashes it is always best to be seen by a doctor to rule out anything... (2 replies)
... if so do you ever have flashing colors inside of the areas of vision loss? ... (2 replies)
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... Recommend you see an ophthalmologist ASAP! So many black dots could indicate retinal detachment. If left alone that can result in loss of vision in that eye. If caught early it can be repaired and vision saved, so get to it! ... (7 replies)