I have many other visual distortions that doctors have found no reason for. I've been to several Neuros, eye doc....etc. I have floaters, phosphenes, afterimages, snow, you name it. Within the last couple weeks I've developed a new symptom that is very scary for me. When I wake in the morning, I can see the blood vessels in my own vision. Especially if I look at bright or white surfaces. I also notice these veins in my vision when I look at the computer. After I blink, they are very visible but die down quickly until I blink again. I notice these vessels in my vision after standing up as well or after squinting hard and opening my eyes. What could cause this? I feel overwhelmed by yet, another visual symptom and I'm afraid of finally going blind due to all these things.
Thank you for your time!
I am unsure of the diagnosis based on your symptoms. I would recommend that you call one of the neurologists and/or eyeMD’s that you have seen, ask their opinion as they are aware of your complete history and examination.
Sandy T. Feldman, M.D., M.S.
ClearView Eye and Laser Medical Center
San Diego, California
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