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What Could Be The Cause Of A Black Spot In My Vision When I Blink
Visual problem: Recommend Ophthalmology evaluation to determine diagnosis and to formulate treatment plan. ...Read more
Sometimes I see like a transparent black spot in my vision. Specially in sunny weather and moves wherever I turn my eyes?
Eye exam: Make sure to get a retinal examination. Cannot be diagnosed online. ...Read more
Had my eyes checked and my vision and eye health is fine but I get a black spot in my vision that comes and goes it doesn't float and can be fuzzy?
Second opinion: Please consult an ophthalmologist for a second opinion: your symptoms suggest a retinal issue. ...Read more
Floater: Most likely a blurred spot / peice of jelly (vitreaous) in the eye. These can be normal. ...Read more
Hi I poked myself with the corner of a feather pillow last Monday night. The next morning I noticed a small black spot in my line of vision that the?
Doc found a black spot behind my eye said it could be a freckle sending me for 2nd opinion. Seeing floaters n blurry vision eyepain is this normal?
The eye pain and floaters are probably not related to the 'freckle' and are not normal.
A choridal nevus is a freckle in the choroid the layer under the retina covering the inside of the eye. Most are benign but need to be monitored. A retinal exam and a bscan ultrasound can give clues if it is a melanoma (malignant tumor). A second opinion is a good idea in this case. ...Read more
I have a little black spot inside my right eye. My eyes are green but in my right eye, there's a black spot inside. What can this be? Vision is fine
I feel tension constantly behind my eyes as if someone has pulled my optic nerves taught. And there is a faint big black spot in my central vision?
Black spot visible in lower right corner of vision. Right eye. Same spot. Visible 50% time. Specialist says nothing on retina. Thoughts?
Eye Floater: You are describing an eye floater which is caused by an irregularity in the vitreous gel of the eye. The fact that your retinal exam is normal is good news as the irregularity is in the vitreous rather than the retina. Floaters are not dangerous and are just irritating. They normally do not require treatment but if it bothers you a Vitrectomy may be an option ...Read more
20yo guy. Dark brown eyes. A small black spot in on iris. Last eye checkup was 5-6 mnths ago. Seems slightly raised. Vision=ok. Pupil=ok concerns:melanoma?
Highly unlikely: Don't panic and let your opthamologist tell what they think it is. ...Read more
Twice this week I have woken up in the dark and my vision in one eye appeared to have a black spot in it. I have been battling nasal congestion and what I believe to be allergies. I am a 25 yrO male who has been suffering from various symptoms for the pas
Visual disturbance: Could be from congestion because when you sleep the fluids from congestion flow into the eye area. Would elevate head of bed with pillow between mattress and boxspring. That being said follow up today with optometrist (lenscrafters, hour eyes) as they can get a good look at the eye and are accesible and can tell you if something in the eye needs immediate attention. F/u w/ doc may need antibiotics ...Read more
Many conditions: There are many possibilities. It could be a venous lake. It could be colored from nearby fillings. It could be a pigmented lesion such as a mole. Always have to consider melanoma. If it's been there a long time without changing, it's very likely a benign process. If it is new, growing, bleeding, or painful, it needs to be evaluated quickly. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Doctor can evaluate: If a new vision symptom pops up, one should see his primary care doctor and/or an ophthalmologist (eye doctor). Vision is so important, so it is good to have a doctor get the whole story and examine the eyes. It may or may not be something to worry about, but one cannot tell without an evaluation. ...Read more
Eye Floaters: The black spots are actually more commonly referred to as floaters and have the tendency to float around in and out of the field of vision. Sufferers can get this in one eye or both and it is especially noticeable in areas of bright sunshine or lightly colored frames. No treatment is necessary for this condition which is considered a normal variant. ...Read more
See your doctor: Your doctor will have to examine your skin personally to make the correct diagnosis. ...Read more
Could: Be many things but unusual for it to appear overnight. Depends on size, shape, color and if its raised. Play it safe by getting a biopsy in office by podiatrist or dermatologist. ...Read more
Many: Black spots on tongue may be caused by the natural pigmentation of the tongue, but it can also be a warning sign that you are developing a more serious condition such as hairy tongue. I would visit your dentist to have this checked. ...Read more
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Dark spot on your gum can be signs of harmless or serious conditions, depending on its nature.
If the spot did not go away in 2-3 weeks, it would be best if you visited a dentist in order to find out the cause. ...Read more
Many causes: You need to have this checked because there are many possible causes of this. A new floater is a common cause, but the floater would tend to move around and not be exactly in the center of the vision. All other causes are mostly involving the retina, so a dilated eye exam by an ophthalmologist is indicated. Even if it just a floater, the dilated exam is indicated to rule out a retinal tear. ...Read more
Have it checked:
There are several answers but you must have it looked at since your description was too vagus
it can be a growth, a pigmentation, a pooling of blood or even an amalgam tattoo from one of your fillings, that's why you need to see your dentist. ...Read more
See your doctor: You need to see your doctor for an exam and testing to see if this is related to a STD ...Read more
See if it persists.:
You need to show it to your family doctor or dentist.
If it is more than a dime in size and if it is a pigmented lesion (black or brown in color) you should get it checked by your doctor or a dentist. If it goes away in 2-3 weeks, then you may not need to do anythjing further. But if it persists you should remember it can be a melanoma which will require a doctor exam and if suspicious a biopsy don. ...Read more
See doctor: And have it checked and diagnosed and treated. ...Read more
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