I have noticed for the past month or so that every once in a while I experience a pulsing in my eyes. I have an occasional throbbing/twitching underneath my left eye... which I am not too concerned about.
The issue I am more worried about however is actually visible - About once a week I notice it accidently - I will be looking at a blank surface, such as a wall, and will notice very slight movement of the image in synch with my pulse. When that happens, it's almost as if I can faintly "see" the blood vessels in my eye contracting with my heartbeat.... is this normal? It's very faint, and only noticeable when I am staring at a blank, single-colored surface.
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