... o away unless I moved and it was a horrible feeling. I stopped trying to sleep and opened my eyes to the shock that out of no where also about every 7 seconds my vision would start acting up. ... (0 replies)
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... noticed random, completely random black spots in my vision that sort of resemble a camera flash. ... (3 replies)
... This spot is located in the mid to lower left hand corner of vision in my right eye, just inside my vision next to my nose. When I would strain my eyes outward, the spot would grow. ... (0 replies)
... I would suggest making an appt. with an opthamologist.
Doesn't sound serious.
Good luck. (3 replies)
... when I have an ocular migraine it looks like a black and white swirl. It lasts 30 minutes or less.
I don't think that anxiety is the cause, but I do think that anxiety makes us all very hyper-aware of things. The good news is that you have been examined and all is well.
I think that the trick now is to try not to focus on what's going on, and when you see that dot, keep... (3 replies)
... P.S. I also keep getting a little bit of a blur in my vision that's unusual. ... (0 replies)
... First off I only wear glasses when driving at night. my vision does not bother me other than low light driving. even though I'm told I could benefit from wearing them all of the time. My worry is I got my eyes checked 1. ... (1 replies)
... If you do not have any other vision problems and only need them to read, buying Walmart or store brands is fine... ... (3 replies)
... n real sensitive to light lately, and when I laydown and turn my monitor that is a tv to me to watch stuff on the computer my right eye will get very red and the vision in it blurry. ... (0 replies)
... I have a very low vision and last day when I visited Clearview Vision Institute,Toronto for my treatment , they told me about the bladeless LASIK. ... (0 replies)
... Noticed this a few weeks ago, not certain how long it's been going on, or if this is even strange: in the dark, specifically with a RED light (so the nightlight in my hallway for instance, or the glowing tiny red light on a power strip) it causes me to see what i can only describe as a purple double-helix shape of light across my field of vision. i tilt my head this way and... (0 replies)
... For the past few months I've been experiencing symptoms in my eyes. I get whitish cloudy patches on my eyes that I can sometimes blink away and sometimes not, as well as a general sense of "haziness" and blurriness. This can make me strain to read and watch videos, especially with all the blinking. My right eye is a bit worse for this than my left.
It's almost like a window... (0 replies)
... Thanks for replying. A lot has happened since my posting. I went to an ND and a chiro, both of whom believe that my vision problems are caused by a falling incident a few weeks before I experienced floaters, which resulted in whiplash and a rotated C2 vertebrae, which is directly connected to the optical nerve... I've had a ton of other numerous health issues since then as... (7 replies)
... Sorry by bigger i ment thicker.? My eye doctor said that something to do with staring at a screen all day can lead to worsening vision. Is it because of the glare? Ty (6 replies)
... It hasn't seemed to effect my vision at all. I'm 72 and my vision prescription hasn't changed in over 20 years. My wife has spent many hours per day staring at her computer screen, mostly playing games and doing research. ... (6 replies)
... Of course there are dark sunglasses but that would affect your good eye too. I've seen people with glasses having an opaque lens on one side. As you have no vision in one eye the opacity wouldn't bother you. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I went to the eye doctor yesterday. I found out that I have 90% optical nerve damage from Glaucoma that I have had since about 12. I am now on an aggressive plan to preserve my vision. My doctor has given me some drops for this. My pressure yesterday was at 27, he wanted it to get down in the teens. But my question to you is: How long of a time-frame can someone like... (0 replies)
... ters. In my opinion, is a fairly severe case, as it seems to match the description and visuals of others who have it. I also know what average floaters and clear vision look like, and I no longer have that. ... (1 replies)
... Well... sort of.
Everyone has floaters to some degree. They're normal and harmless. However, a sudden increase in floaters can indicate a serious issue, like retinal detachment, blood vessels breakage, or a myriad of other problems. Also, severe floaters can drastically hurt the quality of vision (not to mention be a severe annoyance and hindrance to your daily activities).... (6 replies)