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See Things When Close Eyes
One kid having squinting left eyes some time when she tries to see far. If observed closely squinting is not noticable at all. Does this can be treated and how. Please advice?
Needs Seen: This case needs to be examined by a pediatric opthamologist for eye problems. If left alone, it may get worse. ...Read more
I've been having visual disturbances for about 6 months. I see pink vibrant circles. Even when I close my eyes I still see things. What is this?
I can see shadows and things in my eyes., like a man standing there when there isn't one. What is wrong?
I cannot sleep because when I close my eyes I see things that are haunting me, due to a movie I watched. What would you suggest I do and what is it?
I see things in my eyes (black things floating) specially when I wake up or when im using the computer.?
Floaters: This sounds like floaters. They occur when the gel that fills the back of your eye starts to naturally liquify (like when you get water on the surface of a bowl of jell-o that's left out for a while). The gel collpses in on itself, creating water-filled cracks and "pools". Bits of gel trapped in these pools bounce around, and you see floaters. If they are new or multople, have a dilated eye exam. ...Read more
I can see shadows and things in my eyes., like a man standing there when there isn't one. Is this a cataract?
Things are blurry when I see I far, but not very far but is it okay to have glasses when I have my both eyes open but I see clearly?
Why do I sometimes see "floaty" things in my eyes? I wear contacts, but it seems like they're there even when my contacts are out. No pain or irritation; just curious what I could be seeing and whether it's a sign of a potential problem (or that I'm not
Floaters: Floaters are thickenings in the vitreous jelly inside the eye. They are common with age, myopia, inflammation, trauma, and other issues. They are benign and do not damage your vision. Rarely, they can cause retinal tears which may require laser treatment. Otherwise, no treatment is needed. In very rare cases, the floaters can become dense enough to block vision and may need surgical removal. ...Read more
Why is it that I see things moving from the corners of my eyes that are not at all moving? I am nearsighted and have astigmatism and hypothyroidism
Peripheral vision?: Go see an Ophthalmologist for an eye checkup. ...Read more
With bad anxiety. When I fall asleep at night just for a little while & wake up I see things move on the wall. Then close my eyes tightly & its gone?
Is it normal to have hallucinations when on thyroid meds? I think I see things out of the cornrr of my eyes!
Check optic nerve!: Please see an eyemd to rule out any retinal condition. Thyroid eye disease does not cause hallucinations, but can cause optic nerve compression. A visual field exam and color vision test can help. If these are normal, then discuss with your family physician and consider psychology consult. ...Read more
My eyes are really sore. I use a computer at work about 5 hours a day. When I drive at night I have trouble seeing, or I see things that aren't there?
Refraction: You probably need a refraction - the procedure to determine your need for eyeglasses. Night blur is a common first symptom of a need for eyeglasses. Make an appointment with an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
I have blepharitis and this morning I wokeup with my eyes burning and lots of little things covering up my eye so I see blurry how can I fix it?
Oil glands.: Blepharitis is all about eyelid oil glands. Get them to put out more oil as well as the right kind of oil and this will help in many ways to control blepharitis. You need to work with an ophthalmologist who can guide you in treating this condition. Management includes heat, massage, the proper lubricant, such as systane balance, throughout the day, and an ointment at bedtime such as erythromycin. ...Read more
İ've myopia on both eyes (l -5 r -8.5) when I look to a light without my glasses I see round black things on the light (nowhere else) is this normal?
Not sure: Your symptoms could be from vitreous opacities floating in the fluid in the back of the eye. These are usually nothing more than an annoyance. It is important, however, for you to have your eyes examined to rule out any retinal problem, such as a detachment or tear. ...Read more
Physiologic symptom: This may a normal physiologic symptom, however, you should see a retinal specialist to rule out retinovitreous pathology. ...Read more
Afterimage: This is called an entopic phenomenon. An example is when you can see floaters, or your own blood vessels when staring at bright light thru eyes closed. The cells in retina are excited after a flash of lightning that they continue to send message to brain. Kinda like when you burn your hand, feels hot even seconds later. ...Read more
Afterimage: You are describing an afterimage. This is caused by the biochemical change in the retinal cells when the amount of light changes suddenly. ...Read more
My eyes open and close very fast and I can't see any thing clearly. Pain in eyes and tears are also come help me plz?
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When I close my eyes in the dark, I've noticed that I don't see absolute blackness. I see flickers of light and "noise". What is that? Is it normal?
My eyes sometimes get blurry and staticky. I can't see through them I have to close my eyes for awhile. Even when I close them I still see static.?
See an eye doctor: I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "staticky" but if the issues persist even with your eyes closed I am concerned enough that you should see an eye doctor a full evaluation of your symptoms. ...Read more
Hi I see weird patterns when I close my eyes and also see them when I open my eyes, I am also ill so is it something to worry about or is it serious?
Hi I can weird patterns in my eyes when I close them. I can also see them when I open my eyes....this started when I became ill like 4 days ago. Bad?
Eye Patterns: Best to be safe, rather than sorry. Check in with an opthalmologist if it persists. ...Read more
Most people: Squeezing the eyelids tightly shut puts pressure on the eyeballs. The pressure transmits to the retina (the film layer of the eye), which responds the only way it knows how - by telling the brain that it is seeing light. This is a normal response; however, exerting this much pressure on the eye for prolonged periods can potentially lead to vision problems. ...Read more
Entoptic phenomena: In most cases this represents what is called entoptic phenomena, where you eyes send false signals to the brain. The retina is normally stimulated by light, but touch stimuli to the eye or even the quick temporary changes in eye pressure that occur with eyelid closure can cause these to occur. Your retina can also send afterimage signals when going from light to dark. ...Read more
Middle age sight: You are entering the age of what is medically termed presbyopia, - the inability of the eye to focus at near which diminishes from the 40s to the 50s. It is why drug stores have racks of reading glasses. If you need glasses for distance, then you will have to see your ophthalmologist who can prescribe a bifocal which will allow vision at far and near without taking off the eyeglasses. ...Read more
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