I have trouble seeing in low light conditions or whenever there's some form of high contrast. LEDs on appliances and roadsigns at night create ghost images of the illuminated form above and bellow the actual shape. Even though it's been around as long as I can remember, it doesn't obscure my vision enough to be a bother, except when reading roadsigns at night when the ghost images are most intense. I have a family history of weak eyes and since I'm still young (20) I would like to nip it in the bud if it's something that might worsen.
You might be helped if you saw an Eye MD physician for a comprehensive eye disease. There are a number of things that can cause that. At you age probably small refractive errors (astigmatism and/or myopia) at tops on the list.
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