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... se for probably 20 years. My mom and my boss have them, too. I call it "swimming vision." If you watch Family Guy, Stewie did a poem about it called "Oh Squiggly Line In My Eye". ... (3 replies)
... This phenomenon is due to the "physical" damage and repair of the retina itself, not in the brain, so to say, where the optical signals from the retina are interpreted. ... (1 replies)
... ecise physiological or neural reason for this, I guess, and I would like to know that too and how it relates, for example, to my OCT scans which I have described in some other posts. ... (5 replies)

... I notice a dark spot and slight wavy line in one portion of the amsler grid, but nothing more. Please update us if you have a chance. ... (3 replies)
... Print it out and take a look at it in normal light. It shouldn't "go all wrong". If there are missing areas, or the lines look wavy, you need to see an eye doctor. ... (7 replies)
... Google "amsler grid" and take a look at one of the images. That is a primary test for macular problems which involve the central vision. If you have wavy lines, or blank spots, when viewing the grid, you should consult with an opthamologist who can give you a dialated exam and look for any potential problems. ... (7 replies)
... then within the next few days, I noticed the double vision, wavy line, distortion, etc. I asked my doctor yesterday but he offered no answers, just told me to wait till the bubble is all gone. ... (15 replies)
... Hold on! Be hopeful, your vision WILL get better, but it may take several weeks. ... (15 replies)
... scleral buckling on April 18, 2014 for a macula off retinal detachment in my right eye. ... (15 replies)
... I don't know if it's the same but I used to see "silvery beads" running at the bottom of my vision in the right eye for a few seconds or so. Sounds similar to what you are describing, and I had found only one reference to it in one of the posts somewhere. ... (2 replies)
... I am post vitrectomy 8 weeks right eye and 4 weeks left eye for stage 2 bilateral macular holes. ... (5 replies)
... once on the right and twice on the left. Yes I am left with "wavy" distortions. I had the right eye Sx in September, the hole is closed, but my vision is not perfect. ... (27 replies)
... No cause given for scar tissue since I do not have high BP nor am I diabetic. Dr has no clue unless I banged my head or eye some time ago. We do accumulate scar tissue as we age but NOT that much! ... (27 replies)
... which are quite different from each other, can explain the differences in my perception of the horizontal and vertical lines. ... (66 replies)
... I too have a good Right eye which post surgery, carries the load. ... (66 replies)
... There was a wrinkle in the retina which was causing distortion, and also when I would look at a straight edge, like a door, picture etc. part of the line would appear wavy. All I know is that Dr. ... (27 replies)
... hi! would like to know if someone might be in a similar case like me in some way and wouldn't mind sharing your experience? ... (5 replies)
... Last night, while on my computer, I noticed small spots and lines of 'wavy' distortion. Nothing right in my line of vision, but lots outside it, mainly from my left eye. ... (0 replies)
... however, I have none of your other eye conditions, but my RD's did cause mild to severe vision loss when they happened. So, perhaps, my progress and current condition may not exactly predict yours. But it's a case history you may want to know... ... (3 replies)
... wherever your gaze is at the moment they appeared wavy, and as you move your gaze along a vertical tile line that portion appears wavy, hence, I felt the whole line is wavy, and two neighboring parallel lines appear "pinched. ... (18 replies)

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