Hi, I have update. Today I had an eye examination with the same doctor than before. During the examination, she dilated the pupils and looked into them with a tool that was attached to the table. I don't know if it was a direct or indirect ophthalmoscope. Then she did an examination where I looked at a dot in the middle and the machine seemed to look at my eyes and then made a flash, probably taking a picture of my eyes. The result of the examination is that everything is fine. Is it possible that she would not find, for example, a tear in the retina or something similar? Because when I look at the white wall and look up quickly, flash appears approximately in the middle of my eye. If I do it against a dark background, I can't see the flash. The flash has the shape of a slightly larger dot (bright color). I have also seen floaters in that eye for about 6 months. Thank you.
A dot in the vision opposite where you press on the eye is normal and a pressure phosgene a form of entopic phenomena. While the one you see in extreme gaze is likely the same or seeing your nose with the inturned eye you should see an Eye MD for an complete exam with visual field.