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Old 03-12-2019, 04:03 AM   #4
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Re: Photopsia (flashing spots in vision)

Have you been checked out by a good Ophthalmologist? A medical doctor of the eyes?

Floaters are normal, but changes in color or disturbances can be caused by a detached retina, which can be serious...or it could be that you have cataracts forming. Does wearing dark sunglasses outside help?

You should really go see a good Ophthalmologist and have a full eye exam. They have machines which can see behind the eye to make sure that the optic nerve is intact and isn't swollen or damaged.
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