i got eye floaters. heeaps a few weeks ago but now only occasionally
when im in bed and its dark i can look at the wall and sometimes see red, purple, blue ish type colours but theyre like kind of sparkly and if i blink really hard, i can see them for half a second after i open my eyes
theres this other thing to, kinda like a floater butits tiny like a period/full stop on a page ( . ) and has a bit of a yellow surrounding thats really narrow and adjacent to the black dot thing and i think when i close my eyes i see the same but inverted colours (white full stop and purple surrounding) there is only one of them. it doesnt move like a floeter it follows my eye exactly wherever i look but in my peripheral. i heard my friend say that if you see a dot and it gets bigger evry day your goin blind.. is that what im seeing?
am i going blind
ps. havnt seen a doctor optometrist dude and i dont really want to
im 14, light-ish brown eyes, male
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