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Seeing Spots In Front Of Your Eyes
Yes: These are called photopsias. They can be due to a retinal problem, including some very serious ones. Call an ophthalmologist today. ...Read more
What causes spots before your eyes and swiggles at the sides i see sometimes swiggles at the sides of my eyes and spots in front. I do wear glasses
Most : Most commonly are vitreous floaters. The back of eye is filled with the vitreous humour which is a clear jelly like substance. As we age, this jelly liquifies and can break up ---bits of it floating around in your vision. Rarely this process can cause a hole or tear to form in the retina, so it is important to have a good dilated eye exam to rule this out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pingueculum : These yellowish spots usually located at the 3 & 9 o'clock positions on the conjunctiva represent solar elastosis, changes that occur in the elastic tissues in the conj. Which occur by chronic sun, wind, dusty environmental conditions. Sunglasses, artificial tears will help protect your eyes during these dry irritation exposures. If particularly chronically irritated, they transform to pterygium. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
i have in the far outside corner of each eye under the lid a small cluster of white bumps.where my eyes should be red the are little white?
Not sure: Based on your description it is difficult to know for sure what you were talking about. It may be a benign I finding or something that is more concerning. I'd recommend seeing an eye provider to look at it, especially if it is causing you any pain, change in vision or other symptoms. ...Read more
Can see deep in mouth and see white stuff behind tongue right in front of top of epiglottis. White lines under tonsils look like they connect. Normal?
I've been experiencing zig zag shaped lines in the outer corners of my eyes. They seem to be the shape of my eye from the top to the bottom only. They flutter and appear silver in color and when I get them I also get a headache with them. What is causing
Ocular migraines!: Ocular migraines are a form of migraines that take place in the occipital cortex (part of the brain that interprets/controls vision). They lack the severe headache as common migraines. The symptoms are usually all or mostly visual and are typically described as flashing of light or ziz-zag lights in the vision. They usually last less than 30 minutes and affect the vision out of both eyes. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Corneal limbus: If ring is dark/black it can be a narrow space (angle/limbus) between cornea & iris, which doesn't allow much light penetration so it appears dark. Not something to worry about. If, however, the ring is milky/gray, it may suggest elevated cholesterol (but also normal variant in older people). If ring is brownish, can be problem with copper metabolism, to be checked & treated by doc. ...Read more
Several reasons: "spots" in front of the eyes can be caused by floaters (small bits of gel floating in the back of the eye), a temporary decrease in the amount of blood reaching the eyes, and stimulation of the retina (by rubbing the eyes or even a retinal tear or detachment). If you continually see spots, see an eye doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
A spec of dust or something hit me in the eye now their is a small black spot on the white part of my eye. Are black spots serious?
I have brown spot on both side of my pupils in the white area with red blood Vessels in the corners of my eye?
May be normal or: If it has always been there then it may be normal pigmentation.But if it is something new.Consult your family doctor or an Opthalmologist ...Read more
See black speck in front of eye moving from centre to outer eye. 3 times a day, outside constant?
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