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Sparkle dots in vision
Hi,
1- Suddenly, 9  months ago, I started to see eye floaters. There are a lot eye floaters about 20 on each eye. They have different shapes as dots, lines, and one ring with legs. They can form different shape  when I move my eyes  from left to right, or top to bottom. For example, the big line can from a letter C, when I look to to bottom.

2- Beside that, I see a lot a lot a lot of light dots spinning so fast on my vision field, especially when I look to to blue sky, or white background such my LCD monitor.
I saw an image online describe what I see: http://www.migraine-aura.org/site/content/e27891/e27265/e42285/e42288/e57536/e60774/Anonymous_VS_4_en.bmp  
Other website, They claim this is called entopic phenomenon and what I see is while blood cell.

3- Also, lately I have develop an itchy eyes with small pimple as stye, but they are not enlarged as stye and disappear within same day or two days. They are located on eyelid above eyelashes, or under eyelid. They keep coming and going without any treatments. Doctors cannot see them because at time I go for appointment those pimples already disappeared.

Note, that I already did two eye exam (eye dilation) by different eye Doc, but no help at all.

Thanks for any recommendation,
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1. You asked the same question about floaters in NOVember. Answer is still the same. The big floater that looks like letter C is likely a Weiss Ring. Google the term and google images the term to see what they look like. I have a C shaped Weiss ring in my right eye.
2. This sounds more like entopic phenomena that migraine scotoma
3.Use the search feature and archives and read about "blephariitis" its treatment is outlined in detail.

JC MD
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