I'm 61 years old
I wear reading glasses
I will best describe what I am experiencing:
While looking at anything in low light or bright lights I see clearly, but in a radius on the very edge of the perimiter of what I am looking at I also see a half circle of something else.
There is no pain or discomfort but it is distracting.
I can best describe it as a bunch of odd shaped mirrors linked together in a half circle
or like pixcels on a tv screen linked together in a half circle.
This does not happen all the time, but when it starts is continues for a good hour. If I try to look directly at it, it moves with my vision and stays just within what I see at the perimiter.
Any ideas on what this might be, I am sitting at my comp hoping to receive comments and or ideas.
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