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Old 09-19-2011, 05:08 PM   #1
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Blind Spots in Periphial Vision for Nearly 1 Year

This began back in November 2010. Mid Nov I got a nasty cold - one of the nastiest I have had since I was a teenager (I just turned 31). I was taking all sorts of OTC medication (Nyquil/Dayquil/Advil Cold/Zinc Drops). The day I got better, I noticed a flash in my right eye. Didn't think anything of it then a few days later I noticed when I woke up in the morning there were flashing lights in my peripheral vision. It only occured when I would get around bright light (such as opening blinds first thing in the morning).

Then the following happened:

1) Saw my regular eye doctor who did a dilated exam and found nothing wrong. Suggested I see a retinal specialist.
2) Saw retinal specialist - he dilated eyes as well - did OCT's in both eyes. Did a VERY uncomfortable exam to check for retinal detach. Said everything was fine with the retina.
3) Follow-up visit 30 days later to retinal specialist - said he saw some dead eye cells but everything was fine. Suggested this could be something to do with my viral illness back in Nov.
4) Fast Forward about a month ago and I noticed where the shimmering lights in my vision were, that these are actually blind spots - so I close one eye and have to find something to focus on (such as cable modem lights) and move my open eye left and right and the light disappears.
5) Went and saw regular eye doctor again who did another dilated exam and everything was fine. Asked him about the scotomas (I did A LOT of googling recently) and he said I could very well have something lingering from the viral infection. He took several retinal photographs of me looking at all angles and he said he could not see anything wrong.
6) In low level light, I can close one eye and blink with the open eye really fast and I can see what appears like 3 large "ink blots" in my right eye and 2 of the blots in my left eye. Otherwise in regular lighting, I do not notice anything different about my vision until I get around bright light then the "shimmers" start happening again.

So now recently, I noticed these lights are beginning to happen a little more frequently. I noticed pinhole flashes of light in the center where the scotomas would be during the day. The eye doc/retinal doc say everything is fine but it seems to have gotten a little worse.

Have no headaches or any further ailments. Any thoughts on this?

 
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Old 09-20-2011, 07:38 AM   #2
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Re: Blind Spots in Periphial Vision for Nearly 1 Year

I have been experiencing some similar issues - shimmering in part of vision in one eye (bottom right/periphery) when I am in bright light; in dim light (for example, if I am in a dark room, and there is light shining into it from another room), I see a couple of thin dark lines shimmering. Iíve discussed this experience elsewhere on this site in my postings. My Ophthalmologist said that my eyes are fine as well. My visual acuity is fine. Visual field test is fine. OCT fine. Retina is fine. Bottom line according to the doctor is that there are no problems with my eye.

Are they really blind spots? Or are they transparent? For example, does it look as though you are looking through a crystal, or like you are looking through the heat rising off the road on a hot day; or are these areas really dark (and you canít see them at all)? Does it shimmer in the same fashion that a flame would?

Iíve spent a lot of time on the Web looking for answers to my dilemma over the past couple of months, and I havenít been able to find much - when something does appear coming close to matching my symptoms, the only conclusions I have seen people note (often after they have been to multiple ophthalmologists and neurologists) are either that a neuron is simply misfiring in an annoying but harmless fashion; or there is an perpetual ocular migraine; or that there is no clear explanation. The most interesting one is the suggestion that it is some sort of entoptic phenomenon - either seeing an oddly shaped floater that provides this appearance (e.g. Weiss Ring) or something like Scheererís Phenomenon (rapidly moving white blood cells that create a swirly effect). It is difficult to provide others with a good explanation of what you see as a result - varies so much from person to person.

Perhaps most significantly - it may be a good idea to keep an eye on whether you start to experience any other symptoms apart from your eye (headache, weakness, fatigue)and let your GP know - there are lots of conditions that can impact your eyesight.

Please keep in touch and let me know if anything changes or if you discover anything - I think about my symptoms daily, and I understand how frustrating it is not having an answer - I feel like I am becoming a hypochondriac - constantly testing my sight, looking at things through the corners of my eyes - itís really becoming annoying).

 
Old 09-23-2011, 07:37 PM   #3
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Thanks for replying. So yes it sounds similar. In dark/dimly lit room I notice like little pinhole flashes right around where the blind spot is. And of course in broad daylight these spots are like the 4th of July. And yes after several dialted exams and retinal photographs, an OCT, and the exam where the Retina Specialist sticks a instrument all around your eye ball - not pleasent - but all of these turned out fine again with the *eye*.

Yes these are truly blind spots. As I mentioned above, I can close one eye, look at the cable modem/router blinking lights, then move my open eye left and right and I can make the lights out every easily when looking straight ahead or to the extreme left and right. But moving my eyes just a little bit over the lights disappear. This is NOT the physiological blind spot either - these are much larger than that. I would say there is just nothingness inside these spots when I look at something on a wall or in my backyard. Instead of light or dark, it's just nothing is there - like that spot of my vision just vanished. It is the damnedest thing.

I am doing the EXACT same thing - like closing one eye and looking at a wall and making sure nothing new is there. I do it so often now that people ask me what is wrong with my eyes because I keep closing one all the time. The only other thing that I can tell is different is there are quite a few more floaters in my vision than before. When I squint and look at the blue sky, I can see what looks like little wavy floaters - much larger and easier to see than the normal strand or bubbles. But again I JUST had the dilated exam so a tear/detach would have been found.

I'll keep in touch - I guess I need to go see a regular Dr. first and start from the ground up. Thanks again for replying.

 
Old 09-23-2011, 07:48 PM   #4
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Re: Blind Spots in Periphial Vision for Nearly 1 Year

I should also mention these permanent spots in my vision are located as such:

(Looking as if through me):
Right Eye
12 oclock
3 oclock
6 oclock

Left Eye
9 oclock
12 oclock

 
Old 09-23-2011, 07:51 PM   #5
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I should also mention that these permanent spots in my vision are located at (as if you were me looking straight ahead):

Right Eye
12oclock
3oclock
6oclock

Left Eye
9oclock
12oclock

 
Old 09-26-2011, 09:53 AM   #6
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Curious about your ophthalmologistís reaction to your scotomas. He checked out your retina, but did he actually give you a visual field test, or have you look at an Amsleur grid (which you can easily find on the web)? Iím just curious as to whether your doctor has actually confirmed the presence of your blind spots (in addition to your observation of them).

The retinal exam is a painful/annoying one - I have to do it at least once a year, since I did actually have a retinal detachment about 20 years ago. Glad that they do it though.

Upon the recommendation of my ophthalmologist I went back to my GP to see if there was anything in my file that could contribute to such an issue with my eye, and he could come up with nothing from my history/recent physical/bloodwork.

I see my ophthalmologist again in just over a month. He doesnít seem to be concerned, as he suggests that many people see a lot of weird things without anything being wrong with them, particularly since I have no other symptoms indicating a serious problem. He suggested that I try to ignore it (apparently a lot of people (like me!) work themselves up over such occurrences, and the brain would just tune it out otherwise). If I see a change in my condition (for the worse), Iíll see what I can do about getting a referral to a neurologist for a potential MRI.

Iíll let you know if I find out anything. Please keep me posted.

 
Old 09-27-2011, 06:30 PM   #7
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Yes I did have a visual field test but he said I nailed it. It was the one where he gives you a clicker and every time you see a squiggly you press the clicker - one eye is shut. I have looked at an Amsler Grid before but the blind spots appear to be too far along the edges of my vision to show up on it. Now if I put directly to my face I can kind of make things out but unsure if holding it that close to my vision is the correct way to use it.

I think I need an MRI or something myself. Like I said I'll go to a normal doctor and see what is up with general health first. I am getting that impression from my eye doctor that "everything checks out and you're good" - but clearly it is not.

Ill keep you and the board updated when I make my appointment. Good luck to us all

 
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Well, I opted to go back to my ophthalmologist a month early. Not a big crisis - maybe something that Iím just imagining. Iíve been paying so much attention to the shimmering, and waiting for another shoe to drop, that I think my brain has noticed some sort of phenomenon that Iíve probably been experiencing all along. Many times when I blink now, in the same eye (right), and in the same location (bottom/bottom right), I see something like a clear disk or the light outline of a small disk or the shadow of a small disk - not all the time, just some of the time, depending on the type of light in the room, or whether I am outside. Generally coincides with the type of light that coincides with the shimmering, i.e. outside in the sunlight, in front of a computer screen, etc.

My ophthalmologist did another dilated retinal exam, an OCT and a visual field test. He said that everything looks fine with the eye. I have no blind spots, no problems with the retina, etc. Everything looks good.

He raised the issue again that somehow it could be related to visual migraines; it could also be my brain resetting on a floater whenever I blink. It could also be something else neurological - he said there is no reason not to get an MRI if I start to experience other symptoms, or if my GP sees some other reason for it. However, he doesnít seem worried, and indicated that he has no reason to believe that he could currently order an MRI based on what I am experiencing with my eyes. He believes that a lot of non-specific phenomena go on with the eye all of the time; quite a bit of stuff that isnít understood, and isnít necessarily harmful. I tend to trust his judgment, as he has always been very diligent in checking my eyes, ordering tests, etc (Iíve been seeing him for the better part of a decade, once or twice a year). Heís always erred on the side of caution. However, I tend to worry - itís my nature.

I guess Iíll check in with my GP again soon, though my ophthalmologist wants me to come back again in a month (due to my history with detached retina)

Hope all is well with anyone else with shimmering or other eye issues.

 
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Well, I went to my GP, and indicated to him that my ophthalmologist could find nothing wrong with my eye. He agreed with my ophthalmologistís assessment that an MRI was in order to cover other possibilities. The MRI findings were OK. They did find a very small growth/micro adenoma (6 x 4 mm) on the pituitary gland, which my doctor indicated is fairly common and almost always benign. However, it is far too small to impact my vision. As to this issue, my GP says weíll just monitor it - maybe have another MRI in a year, and, if things seem out of whack with my body chemistry, see an endocrinologist.

The only other problem was that my ethmoidal sinuses showed some signs of chronic paranasal sinus ďdiseaseĒ [not sure I would call it a disease]. I was given Cypro XR and a corticosteroid to clear it up, re: infection. He seems to think it may have an impact on my vision.

And I also took the results to my ophthalmologist this morning. He did another dilated retinal exam, and indicated that we had really covered all of the bases. Everything looks fine to him, and the MRI did not really indicate anything that would harm my sight. He did indicate that perhaps my brain has become ďsensitizedĒ to the hardware (the sclera buckle) Iíve had in my eye for 20 years. However, he sees a lot of people who have entoptic issues/lights, etc without any major issues - in many cases these things are benign, and mysterious in origin. Iíve done my due diligence since July. My problem has not gotten any worse - Iíve seen my GP twice, my ophthalmologist four times, had an MRI, two visual field tests, and two OTCís, and done far too much research of my own. I guess the best thing to do now is just wait and see. If things change, Iíll go at it again.

Good luck to anyone who has a similar issue re: shimmering. Iíll check back on the board periodically.

 
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Hi, this is so interesting,
I was diagnoised in Sept. with Retina refraction detachment, viterous gel was attaching to my retina and it should be "sliding - off". I'm 53 yrs and that apparently happens at my age. however, mine is not "sliding-off".
The interesting thing is that in July/Aug I had a very bad case of shingles on the left side of my head and face. my faced swelled up really bad and my left eye did as well. I went to the eye dr. and he said my left eye was fine, there were no "shingles" in it, so I thought great. However, in Sept. is when my up-close vision in my left eye started fading. I have saw 2 retina specialist and they both said shingles had nothing to do with it, but since shingles are a very bad viral infection. I'm convinced they may have had something to do with this. Especially , after reading your post.
Thanks for sharing.

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Old 04-01-2012, 07:08 PM   #11
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Re: Blind Spots in Periphial Vision for Nearly 1 Year

same problems gactual. all started from what seemed to be the flu and severe sinus infection. after many eye exams, dilations, MRI and OCTs nothing. yet one doctor was able to spot a smaller pinhole spot in my right eye, and didnt know what to make it of it. he said it was so small how did u notice it. he was not able to spot the other 2 larger permanent spots in my eye. My eyes act up randomly then stop for a while. They are worst when im sick with fever or sinus infections, i know to be very careful as they seem to become permanant during these times.

Please let me know if you got answers to your problems, and any suggestions as to what i can do to seek help. eye doctors are useless at this point.

 
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I found this forum as I was searching for similarly affected people and find out how they manage day to day and to share tips.
I can relate to your frustrations with blind spots/flashing lights. Mine started last May with a patch of spinning "Y" shapes in my left eye, peripheral. It seemed to clear. Then I noticed a large sepia cloud at the top third of my left eye. When I look someone in the eye, using my left eye only, the top of their head disappears! This is accompanied by white "fireworks" night and day, eye pain and sensitivity to sunlight.I wear sunglasses frequently, including indoors.
I have a large blind spot where I first saw the spinning"Y"'s and walk into objects at hip height on the left as well as walking into a branch which poked me in the eye!
I live in England and have had a barrage of tests including MRI and blood tests galore including looking for parasites(lovely.....) my optic nerve was swollen too. The visual field tests confirm the two large blind spots.Lastly I saw a Neuro ophthalmologist (twice) who stuck electrodes on my head, face eyelids and corneas.Finally he gave me a "diagnosis of exclusion"( There is no specific test)"AZOOR" I have damaged light sensitive cells in my retina, without taking a biopsy the cause will never be discovered but is probably viral. Look on Wikipedia and also follow the link to Moorfields
Eye Hospital. I am learning to live with it, but it does come and go, depending I'm sure on my general health and tiredness/stress levels.
Regards and I hope my post helps.

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Old 11-06-2012, 06:29 AM   #13
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Re: Blind Spots in Periphial Vision for Nearly 1 Year

Hello to you all,

First, I want to apologise if my English is not perfect. I'm 25 years old, live in the Netherlands, and I did a lot of researching lately, but in the Dutch fora I couldn't find anything related to my eye-problems. That's why I'm posting in this topic.

I've seen a lot of doctors in the past 3 years, they can't tell me what the problem with my eyes is.

This topicsetter anyway, is describing EXACTLY the same problems that I'm suffering from since 2009, but it started a little different. And that's why I want to share my story with you, because maybe you can tell the doctor about it and hopefully together we can open some doors... And maybe we can't... You'll never know if you don't look at things from different perspectives. It's not that I think I have the key, but there is something I noticed in my own episodes of new spots.

First my personal story (if you don't want to read it because it's really long, you can scroll down)

My problems had a clear start: In march 2009 it started in the right outer corner my right eye, small pinhole flashes, every 5 minutes. I didn't care much about it, until it got worse. I got more flashes, also in different places in my eye. 7 days later I went to the eye-specialist at first aid in the hospital, because my own doctor didn't trust the symptoms and it could be some retinaproblems. He told me that my optic nerve was swollen, he didn't know why, but I had to come back to run a LOT of tests. 7 days later it was even worse than before and I turned almost blind on one eye, my macula was swollen.
I got: a film of the heart, visited the internist and neurologist, got photo's of my chest to see if it was TBC, every bloodtest you could think of, a HIV test (?), Evoked Potential test (EVP), retina pictures with fluo, amstler grid, a visual field exam, a retina scan and a MRI.

Anyway, the eye specialist didn't know what to do and was thinking about putting a syringe with prednison next to my eye. But then: it got better, spontaniously! 3 weeks later I got the blood results and it turned out to be a bad *** infection caused by the Epstein Barr virus, but they are not 100% sure, it could also be some nasty flu virus or another virus they don't know about.

Anyway, i can see for 100% again with my eye, so I was super lucky. But there were some rest-affects related to migraine aura's, mostly during the nights (bright flashes, pinhole flashes, floaters and spots). That's why I went back to the neurologist and my eye-specialist. They couldn't track it down. I got some medicine to block migraine aura's. But it didn't help much, I suffer from it for 3 years now, but I couldn't care less, because I can ignore them.

In may 2012 it started again. I got a cold, and again it started with pinhole flashes. EXACTLY the same way as the viral infection in 2009. A new blind spot in my right eye. I freaked out, because I thought I was going blind again and the doctor told me it would'nt come back, because it had been a viral infection.
This time it stayed in the periferal part of my eye. But still, it was spreading to different parts of my eye. A lot of 'fireworks' when I was in bright light, blind spots, exactly the same phenomenes that topicsetter and others described.

I got 2 MRI-s (my spinal chord and my brain), because I was terrified that it had someting to do with Multiple Sclerosis. But the MRI's turned out clear. Nothing wrong with my brain, nothing wrong with my nerves, nothing wrong with my eyes. Nothing to see. The specialist told me she hardly seen any retina that looked so good. I also got a new visual field exam, which I totally nailed. So far so good.

Last month, early october I got a cold, and AGAIN pinhole flashes and a new spot in my right eye. I didn't freak out, because I knew the wouldn't find anything. Now, 5 weeks later, I got a new cold, and AGAIN a new spot in my right eye. I'm really annoyed right now, but it's still the outer corner of my right eye and it seems that it isnt spreading, so I hope it stays this way.

The thing is; 18 december I have to go back to see my eye-specialist. I will tell her your stories and mine as well. I hope she can figure something out. In the mean time I try to live very healthy and avoid stress. I don't think there is anything more that I can do.

I talked about it with a friend of mine, who finished her study biomedical scienses and is studying medicine right now. She told me that Epstein Barr virus is a herpes virus (HPV). In the early days doctors thougt; once you beaten it, it can't come back. But it works the same way with the herpes virus on your lip: when you have a cold, or if you're not feeling well, the virus is coming back again. She thinks the Epstein Barr virus works the same way.

My question to you is: do you also experience new flashes and spots when you have a cold (I know some of you do) or seems the time they start not related to anyting?
Does anyone have considered it to be problems related to Epstein Barr and talked about it with their eye-specialist?
What do you think of my theory?


I know the last post in this topic was a few months ago, but still I hope that someone is reading it.

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Old 11-06-2012, 10:13 AM   #14
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@MayG

Hey, thanks for sharing your story. Your English is great! There is ALOT you and me share in common, Your story is similar to mine. And regarding when you get a cold these problems come back, this is EXACTLY my problem aswell. As a matter of fact, Last year, when i got the flu, and have the high fever, I developed a permanent blind spot just to the side of my central vision. These spots Are very odd as they they are not visible when normally looking, however they are present after going from a dark area to a bright area (e.i if i cover my eye for 5 seconds, then open it quickly and am looking at a white wall or something). I fear the common cold more than i fear the eye problems itself. Because i know 100% That if i have a high fever, or a sinus infection that causes fever, I certainly will have another spot. And this has been the case with all 3 of the spots in my eye.

I have learned to live with it, it was very frightening at first, but since they ruled out any problems with my eye itself, and my MRI came back clear, atleast we can know it is not such a physical issue with our system and that the eye itself is healthy. This means we should relax more as we have a safety net for us.

Id like to share something that has recently helped me tremendously regarding the spots, this may be something for you to consider, and at first i was a bit nervous and skeptical. I went to a psychiatrist and asked to be put on SSRI medication. I had read somewhere people suffering from similar issues with the vision but from a disorder called HPPD which is a hallucination disorder with similar problems as ours. I said what the heck, i took a risk and was nervous because i am not in agreement with medications and chemicals affecting the brain. But to my suprise i have seen a HUGE improvement in the spots. It is something i never expected. I was put on Zoloft at 50mg then upto 100mg where i am right now. I also asked to be put on Wellbutrin which is a dopamine agonist used for mild cases of depression/quit smoking or sexual side effects with typical SSRI, they are common medications together.

I have found a huge relief and i think it is something you might want to look into, it will never go away but this has helped me in a big way. Regarding the flu it is my worst nightmare, so i take all precautions, i eat huge amounts of garlic and take supplements of medicinal mushrooms and vitamins to ward off colds, i have a stack of antibiotics and tamiflu if i sense the slightest sickness coming on. For the throat look into Oil of Oregano the stuff is strong and is a powerful natural antibiotic as is the garlic. You eat raw cloves of garlic and see the difference, just read about it.

Sorry if this was a long post!

all the best,

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Guys, I am pretty sure that at least some of you posters in this thread have an eye problem called Acute Macular Neuroretinopathy (AMNR). I was diagnosed with it after two episodes of severe flu with high fever that left me with shimmering spots in my eye that eventually turned into blind, residual spots. I have had every test you can imagine and nothing has been found, except for a slight thinning of the retina at some points. I get bright pinhole spots like you guys do without being sick first, some go away again and some don't.

AMNR is characterized by a fever/flu-like episode that leaves paracentral blind spots, is most common in females but has been known to occur in men, has been associated with oral anti conceptives and unfortunately has no cure as of yet. The good news is that the prognosis is not bad; you won't go blind. Nor will your central vision be affected.

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