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Seeing small lines in vision
Dear Sir,

I have posted some questions in the past, but please inform me about this question I have. I'm 21 years old and wear glasses, although they are not completely necessary (left -0.5, right -1). When I'm not wearing glasses and are about 3 meters away from the target I can see small interruptions (lines) if I look at at the sides of a door or window where the wood or plastic meets the glass or when looking at the blue edge of the Windows Media player on my computer from 1 meter away. The lines seem to match the color (in case of the Windows Media player the background black color). My left eye (-0.5) has this problem to a much lesser extent and if I put my glasses on I can't see the interruption anymore. What could cause this effect? Please react, because I'm a little scared now, maybe it could become much worse!

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233488 tn?1310696703
IF the problem is there without glasses and is gone with glasses then its quite simple and the lines you see are due to uncorrectged visual abberations.

Disease is not corrected with glasses.

JCH MD
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