I've been diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa, which is genetic, the cells of my retinas are slowly dying off. But I've been having what I call worm flashes, which look like curved large white worms that seem to grow from different locations in the visual field Two or three worms may apear and move across my visual field, then disapear. This occurs in both eyes, so I've been told that it is not in my eyes but in the brain. When I wake up in the morning it will start and usually continues throughout the day, lasting only a couple of seconds.The evening time is the worse, or when I have a headache then they appear often. If I sneeze I see many appear l Two retinal doctors and 2 opthamologist say to see a neurologist and I did, but he does not know what is causing this type of flash. I have done an MRI and have been told it is normal. In the past I have seen zigzag flashes that end in a headache, but these worm flashes have been going on for a year now and they're different.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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