Yesterday I was moving from my living room (natural lighting) to my bathroom (no light source) and noticed that when I stared at the hair product on the counter my central vision started to fade (4-5 seconds) and disappear. When I blinked and/or moved my eyes everything would clear up. My bathroom was almost completely dark and I tried testing it out again and noticed that consistently when I would focus on an object after 4-5 seconds the point of focus would fade away.
I do not have this issue dimly lit living rooms/restaurant etc or in normal light. I have had visual field tests recently and an OCT test which came back clean. I have seen a number of opthamologists in the past 2 months and they all have told me that my eyes are healthy. Should I be concerned or is this a normal part of dark adaptation?
Assuming we trust at least one of those ophthalmologist's exam was complete and they found nothing, it is probably nothing. Depending on the situation, your eyes could play tricks on you with fading things in and out specially inn unusual lighting conditions.
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