are there any things that could push against your eye from the OUTSIDE to cause visual disturbance? would there be other symptoms, like a swollen optic nerve, or could this be happening without other symptoms?
tumors & aneuryisms cause more signs/symptoms than you have. visual field loss, horrible vision, bad pupillary responses, etc etc. you dont have a tumor or an aneuryism. really, *REALLY* unlikely. please try to stop stressing...
i have diagnosed multiple people with brain tumor. literally all of them had WAY more symptoms than you, and literally none of them complained of "seeing" anything at all unusual in their vision/eye, much less anything remotely resembling what you describe. this is not a tumor or aneuryism.
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