I'm just wondering if I have some sort of condition.
I see dots over everything. It's hard to explain, it's like when the tv is snowy, but in color. Anyway, I see it all the time, though it doesn't effect my vision. It's just as if a layer of dots is over whatever I'm looking at. The layer is not near my eye as if I'm wearing glasses but rather over top whatever I'm looking at, be it near or far, solid or multi-colored. I had some tests done several, possibly over ten, years ago as they thought it may have been floaters from a migraine. This hypothesis was incorrect and as I was 8 years old at the time I think it was dismissed as my misunderstanding sight or something.
This has never gone away and I'm just curious if it's normal vision or if I have a condition involving my eyesight.
Thank you for any help.
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