High Blood Pressure: 140/85 average (undergoing treatment for almost one year)
This has been going on for almost two months now. When I get stressed my vision begins to pulsate to the rhythm of my heart. When the "pulses" occur my vision becomes around 50% covered with "gray clouds". It is generally translucent though so it does not impair my sight in any way. When getting up from a sitting down position and when coughing I see black shapes. Sometimes I see a black crescent moon shape in the center of my vision, other times black clouds cover my area of sight (like that mentioned above), and occasionally there is a black ring around the outer boarder of my vision. These black spots DO block the covered area(s) of my vision. However, this blackness lasts only a second or two before completely fading.
Is this normal? I plan on seeing a doctor very soon but I just moved so I am waiting for my benefits to start up again. I'm not sure if I need to try and break the bank by paying out of pocket right away or if this can wait until my benefits kick in or if I probably have nothing to worry about at all. Any insight would be most appreciated.
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