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would a blood clot make my vision fuzzy and flashy? i've had this fuzzy/flashiness for 3 years,progressively gettin worse.if so would an mri show clot

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Dr. Rebecca Mammo
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Retinal : Flashes in the eye typically have three causes. Migraine which tends to have colorful pattern scintillating lights with or without headache or chorizo retinal disease which tends to be lightening like white light associated w floaterslast but not least it can be brain disease. I definitely need to get more history to know what maybe going on? Please see an Ophthalmologist.
Answered on May 4, 2015
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