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What Is Happening When My Vision Randomly Flashes On Occasion
?retinal tear: The most common cause of "eye flashes" occurs when the gel in your eye separates (posterior vitreous detachment). In some circumstances separation of the gel can pull on the retina and cause a tear of the retina which can lead to retinal detachment and the need for emergency surgery. Floaters or black spots usually accompanies this. Other causes include migraine and inflammation of the eye. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I keep getting lots of flashing particals in my vision sometimes theres not many sometimes theres loads and other times its like shooting stars 50% of the after these random burts I get a really bad headache others a hot flushes and bad dizzyness with ri
I've been having random episodes of double vision lasting about a min or so,its been happening anywhere from once a week to a couple times in a month?
Ophthalmology: Please visit an ophthalmologist as soon as possible for a full exam. Good luck. ...Read more
Flashes due to a : To a retinal tear can be isolated to one eye. On the other hand, a scintillating scotoma lateralizes to one side equally in both eyes. This is due to the location of the vessels in the brain that are affected. This is sometimes called a homonymous field defect. While a flash can appear like a bright light, a scintillating scotoma results in partial loss of sensory perception in both eyes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My vision randomly goes blury then returns to normal. Its happened for a while. What can cause this?
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