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Eye visual spots.. like a tv station slightly out of tune!

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 20, 2007
  • 01:15 AM

Im a 38 yr old male. im 5ft7, wieght 13stone and have no known health issues. Im not on any medication and dont drink or smoke.

For years i have had two eye conditions. I have been to many doctors and specialists and no one has been able to diagnose anything. They say my eyes are fine.
1. in certian light,when the sun is high and catches my eye at the right angle i see like hollow scratches in the preriferal vision. I presume these are pernament damage caused by grit in the eye at some point. They do not change shape and do not float and are fixed in the smae place.
2. My vision is like a slightly un-tuned tv chanel what appears to be millions of black n white spots that almost seem to pulse. I dont have any pain, discomfort and only appear more visable in low light.During the day i only see then i i look for them.
I was last diagnosesd some 8 years ago and nothing has changed. i was told that my eyes are perhaps over sensitive and seeing too much as there is no reason why i see what i do.
I wander if its pernament eyestrain/ damaged caused by doing nightshifts and then going in the bright sunlight. or staring at pc monitors, or perhaps damaged from a punch i had to the head/ migrain that paralised me.???
please e-mail robinkawa@aol.com with answers as i would be interested to hear thoughts and comments

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  • I have the same thing. But I never really could explain it without people giving me a weird look. the fuzzy, tv dots always buzzing in my eyes has been around since I was a little kid, I'm kind of used to it but I've always wondered what it was too! so yeah, I don't have any suggestions but I know exactly what you mean.
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