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Seeing Green Lines In Vision
Can anxiety or stress cause visual disturbances? I have been seeing red and green spots in vision. I also notice small things in the air like dust.
I understand your concern.
Thank you for informing about Anxiety disorder, and using Depakote.
It is likely that your anxiety and visual disturbances are due to Depakote.
Depakote is not a medication for Anxiety.
Anxiety can cause visual disturbances.
See Psychiatrist for Diagnosis, need for Depakote; discuss decreasing and then discontinuing Depakote; using Ativan (lorazepam) or Xanax; Therapy for stress ...Read more
I have floaters and started seeing a green spot in my left eyes vision and a red one in my right eye. I only see them when looking to my left or right?
Floaters to look for: Floaters are usually nothing to worry about -- most people have some. But they can be a sign of inflammation in the eye or sometimes a sign of a retinal tear. If they are worsening or associated with lightning-like flashes of light then they should be checked out. Or if you are seeing lights in the center of your vision with floaters, that should be checked by an ophthalmologist as well. ...Read more
I have done eye exercises for two months, I still don't see any improvement. Pls help I used the program for better vision and look at things far away for 40 min each day, I look at a lot of green trees.
Sometimes I see green not flashing light, sometimes I have half vision in my left eye and sometimes lots of blind spots in my left eye. What is it?
Migraine: You are probably experiencing occipital migraine. You can confirm this by seeing if the same things occurs in each eye when you cover one and then the other. These usually are short lasting (5 min to 2 hours) and cause no permanent changes. If this test does not work as I have indicated, then see your ophthalmologist for a better diagnosis. ...Read more
No cure, C ur eye dr: Depending on how extensive you're seeing these little flashes of light, you do want to see your eye doctor, and have this evaluated through a dilated funduscopic exam. S/he will be able to advise you further on this. They will be able to explain what's happening, diagnose properly, and then you will have peace of mind. ...Read more
Can be normal: Light flashes or sparks can be nonspecific and not dangerous. They can indicate vitreous traction or may actually be coming from irritation in the brain in the visual tracts. If the sparks occur in the temperol periphery it may be secondary to changes in the eye. Though these are usually normal findings it may be helpful to have a doctor check you if they continue. ...Read more
Only able to y: Determine the cause by examining you eyes. Pay attention if it moves with eye movement or if there is any flashing lights associated with this. See an ophthalmologist for this. ...Read more
Flashes in vision: See an eye doc soon! Could be simply a liquification of the jelly in the eye, which is normal, or something more serious like a retinal tear or hole. ...Read more
No: Curved, wavy lines moving in your vision are likely to be floaters, and if not a new symptom, are likely to be completely benign. New onset floaters, however, warrant an evaluation with an eye md, to rule out a retinal tear. On the other hand, if objects known to be straight are now curved (like door frames), a macular condition could be the cause. This also warrants an evaluation with an eye md. ...Read more
Depends how much: Most people will have a little bit of this occasionally. Some people are even more perceptively sensitive. It is as if the peripheral vision is hyperactive. We all have these vigilance brain functions on automatically. Insomnia, isolation, substance abuse and brain illnesses each can increase this brain "hyper"- activity. If it continues or bothers you, see a doctor to evaluate it. ...Read more
Migraine: Visual migraines cause this.Get a more detailed answer ›
My husband today called me and said he was seeing white and his vision was blurry what is going on?
Best to get seen: Causes could vary according to his age, onset, timing, during, with or without pain/redness, one eye or both, medications, to name some. Any change in vision especially when abrupt is best evaluated at the ophthalmologist's office quickly. ...Read more
Seeing weird spots in my vision when looking to the far right / left of vision. What does this mean?
Several things: With symptoms this complex, you owe it to yourself to call your doctor to help you make sense out of them. ...Read more
What would cause seeing prisms in eyesight with no headache? It's blocking part of my vision. Is it worrisome?
Why do I keep seeing stuff like bright lights with my vision? My eyesight is healthy and I have glasses? What is this?
I seen a reflection on my dads tv of the windows because of the sun and now I feel like I keep seeing it in my vision? Why is this?
For the past 2 years l've been seeing constant light flashes in my left vision. However, tests come out normal. What could be the problem?
I began seeing sparkles in my vision. It lasted for like 30 seconds but directly after I began feeling shooting pains in my head. What's happening???
Likely migraine: Sounds like a migraine with a preceding aura. Unfortunately these are relatively common for some & you may need to get help managing them if this becomes a pattern. You can try common pain meds but sleep is one sure way to get rid of one. I wouldn't be worried you have a deadly problem. Although it is no fun. ...Read more
Can you cure seeing bright lights in your vision? I was looking and seen a bright light from the sun reflecting on my tv and now I always see it? Help
See your eye doctor: Usually when there's reflection of the sun off glass that you happen to catch, it does leave an after image that usually fades. Depending on how long you were staring at it, or if was momentary, will be good to share with your eye specialist. People who stare at the sun can cause another condition which is solar retinopathy. In either case, you want to have your eye specialist examine your eyes, and do a dilated exam so they can see your retina. ...Read more
Usually not: The differential diagnosis for "spots" in your vision is varied with the most common cause being floaters secondary to a vitreous detachment. Other causes include orthostatic hypotension changes, ocular migraines, vitreous hemorrhage, and retinal detachment. It is important to get other associated symptoms such as flashes of light. A stroke/tia usually results in total vision loss or greying. ...Read more
Need a diagnosis: Cloudy vision and halos can generally be caused by anything that interferes with light entering the eye, including hazy glasses or contact lenses. However, cataract is a common cause of this, and a less common cause is a scar of the cornea. Corneal swelling (edema) typically causes a rainbow type of halo, and this can be more serious, as it can occur with greatly elevated eye pressure. ...Read more
Vitreous floater: Vitreous floater is a separation of the vitreaous, which is the gel in the back of the eye. This usually resolves in 6weeks to 6 months. If is worsens, please see your eye care professional. ...Read more
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