I'm a 25 year old guy from united states. I've noticed very-very small spots that don't pick up light as easy, they're not particularity blind spots as they pick up a small flash at a certain brightness. I've been to a couple specialist, including a glaucoma specialist - they noticed my right eye has the slightest amount of thinning but my left doesn't, although the spots (size of a small nail head), are present in both eyes, in the same area - symmetrical positions. They are not black, they do not shimmer, they are very very small and I came across them by becoming paranoid about my vision after eye visits, I scanned a small match with a red head with my arm extended and picked up on these areas. My pressure is 16 in each eye, with 590+ cornea thickness in each or higher. My ''structure'' is good and the doctor pointed out ''the area glaucoma usually affects is completely in-tact''. John Hagan MD, can I please have your opinion? does this sound like glaucoma or should I be looking into other things, this isn't my normal blind spot. If you look at a retina photo, the tiny spots are near the optic nerve head of each eye, leaning towards the nose. Now this is the part I'm confused about, there are a total of 5 spots per eye (1 directly below the normal blind spot by 1-2cm's. 2 in the exact same diagonal direction from spot ''1'' continuing downards from the normal blind spot, and the same pattern above the blind spot in BOTH eyes), same areas, same size and equally all pick up the same amount of light - is it possible I've merely noticed pricks of area where your eye naturally doesn't pick up light as strongly as the rest. When looking at a normal retina photo, where the ''vessels'' of the optic nerve come out, it's as if these areas are along them. I have another appointment booked and am not leaving this to the internet. Although I really appreciate your in-put because I do not understand.