Right now, I am very concerned about my condition, as it has happened twice now.
First, my eye gets small blindspot. It seems like a normal floater (which I have many of in my eye), but the difference is that this "floarter" blinds my vision where it is. I have tested it out by trying to stare at one place, and then drawing where the blind spot is. I cannot see the shapes or pictures that I have drawn, even though I am able to see things around that area.
Then, this blindspot moves out of my eye and to the side, where I am unable to detect it anymore. However, my eye still feels a bit different, also that may just be me being sensitive.
Lastly, I begin to get a headache, with the sensation of pressure pulses right behind one of my eyes. In addition, I also begin to feel a bit nauseated.
The first time this happened, I thought it may have been food poisoning. Now that it is happening again, I am very worried. Any help that anyone may be able to provide would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
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