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Hi, I am 20 years old, and starting two months ago my vision has changed for the worse. I am Nearsighted and also have Astigmatism in both eyes. I've always had Visual Snow since I can remember, and it really hasn't been a big problem unless I pay attention to it, which I have done lately because of random changes that I have noticed in my vision [both eyes]. For starters, I now see halos and glare around lights, also the glare is around any bright object or color against a darker background, I've also noticed quite a few new floaters that I hardly ever noticed in the past even when I tried to force my self to see them it was impossible until just a month ago. I've also began to notice that I can see trails especially during the night hours, and starting about a week ago I've noticed that random spots appear in my vision. These spots appear out of the blue. Ex: If I were to be staring at a blank wall without blinking for a few seconds, I will notice this spot starting to form and get brighter till I blink causing it to disappear. And at other times, these spots appear after blinking. They also appear randomly when on the computer. These are not only bright spots, but at times are actually dark, as if I were to have been looking at a light-bulb then looked away. These spots are what scare me the most. The spots are small, they don't block my vision but are quite annoying and scary. They happen the most when moving my eyes left to right or after going up or down the stairs in my house. I have an appointment with an Ophthalmologist in a few days, and just was wondering if anyone else suffered from this, or know what it could be. Thanks.

Forgot to mention that these spots occur both in the Peripheral vision, and Center vision. :/

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