... vision all my life.. visual snow.. ... (2 replies)
... excited' in your visual cortex and firing when they shouldn't. ... (2 replies)
... ntil a week ago. I've read a few threads about it online and there's apparently some people who've had it for only short periods in time. One lady wrote that her visual snow was due to migraines. I find this interesting as I suffered from migraines as a young child but no longer have them. ... (2 replies)
... Personally, I think Visual Snow is one of those things that doctors don't know a lot about. ... (1 replies)
... I've been seeing what sounds like visual snow since as long as I can remember. ... (1 replies)
... Search for "Visual Snow" on W I K I. Very interesting read indeed.
Thanks to this message board i now understand better what has been happening to me over the past 4 months. Unfortunately this all happened to me after being depressed (and out of work) for a year and a half and as a result i've found the last 4 months very difficult.
Of course, i do not know exactly why... (0 replies)
... mother lives with me said hurry and lets go to the doctor. I was like no way. So I tried to fix it myself and needless to say it won't bend at all now. Stupid visual snow and its symptoms LOL. ... (3 replies)
... does anyone here experience visual snow or tracers in their vision and what might cause it? ... (1 replies)
... e time I don't know where the cursor is on the computer so I have to shake it for a bit or bring it to a corner to detect it. I don't know when I started getting snow or if it was hereditary but I know is that my snow is worse now and I'm getting depressed because of it. ... (0 replies)
... Shortly after that I started seeing what I think is a light version of visual snow, and it is driving me crazy. ... (1 replies)
... Approximately 1 1/2 years ago I took LSD two times at college. After taking it the second time, I went home from college on Christmas break.. 2 weeks after taking the LSD, I began getting weird headaches in the back of my head (right at the base of my skull) - very dizzy, often got sick as a result. After this went on for a week or so, my vision changed. Since that time, I... (4 replies)
... Anyone else here experience visual snow, that is tv like snow that interfers with night vision, causes letters to quiver. etc? ... (5 replies)
... Ok, well, I’ve been trying to find information on this but am having difficulty describing it adequately.
I’ve noticed over the past few weeks that at night, when I have just gone to bed and everything is dark, that I can see bright…something…in my eye. Like…a mass of bright flashing, and whether my eyes are open or closed makes no difference. When they are closed, I find... (0 replies)
... omgoodness, what can i say, i finally meet someone who has something similar to what i am seeing. It looks like smoke rising sometimes< or energy moving?? Sometimes, to me its like im seeing an outline of head and shoulders. is that similar to what you are seeing? (8 replies)
... I think it was the virus too.
As to what you can do about it, I'm of no use. You're already familiar with the term "visual snow", so I'd suggest pursuing that. You could try a search using that term and farmer. (8 replies)
... visual snow" or persistant migraine aura but i feel like there is more to it. I just cant handle it anymore. Today i tried to take my daughter out to play in the snow and i forgot my sunglasses. i could barely look at her everything was making me so dizzy. ugh. im so depressed. ... (8 replies)
... Second of all, I believe I have visual snow. ... (0 replies)
... If it falls into the category of visual snow, or sparkly vision, it is very common. ... (1 replies)
... o I stopped taking it after 4 days. My vision problems seemed to go away, but the only thing that remained was this problem that is similar to when you look at snow on the TV screen. When I seem to look at an area for even a minute, these spots start to appear. Not just one spot of light, but hundreds like snow. ... (4 replies)
... Maybe it is visual snow, but a lesser degree of it since not everyone will have the exact same severity of symptoms. ... (1 replies)