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Old 07-08-2012, 11:11 AM   #1
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Black areas in low light after exposure to bright light

If I am out in bright sun light (even with sunglasses ) the following evening I get black areas in both eyes which I can't see through.
They vary in size depending on the amount of exposure.

The worst area appears in the right eye which is shaped like a doughnut with a hole in the middle through which I can see.

These areas "melt away" when I look a a light source. They appear after I have closed and reopened my eyes. It's almost like some pixels are slow to switch on after being switched off.
The black areas follow wherever I look.

Two eye specialists are baffled.

Now I find that in bright light the areas that go black shimmer like a heat haze.

I am concerned that one day they won't go away.

Any ideas?

 
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