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Seeing nose in vision? Is it eye problem?

For some days i have experienced some eye irritation and visual problems. I went to eye doctor they said my eye is ok. They gave me an antibiotic drop and an dry eyes drop. I was using this medicine properly. But suddenly one day i noticed my nose in my vision. When I see right to left I notic it. When see under I properly notice my nose. I don't know what to do. Moreover I feel some pressure on my nose sometimes. It's very disturbing. Plz give me some suggestion what should I do.
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One possibility is it is not your nose you are seeing. You could have a retinal detachment or a visual field defect. You would need to see an Eye MD ophthalmologist and have an 1 Amsler Grid test  2 repeated dilated medical eye exam  3 formal visual field exam  4 macular and NFL OCT.   If these are all normal then suddenly seeing your nose would be more of an anxiety/stress symptom.  
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I had an eye exam 5 days ago . Doctor said nothing to worry. Only I have treatable lesions on peripheral area. They gave me antibiotic drop and a dry eyes drop.
What kind of 'doctor' if optometrist, non-MD I would suggest seeing an Eye MD ophthalmologist.   I suspect all the above tests were not done. If it persists more than 3-4 weeks or is not better with artificial tears then the other tests should be done.
The eye doctor is an retina specialist. Thank you for your suggestion doctor. And yes all test are not done. Only dialiated eye exam and NCt was done. I would definitely go for another place for my exam soon.
Good luck. Several posts like this over the years. Most end up being anxiety related. If a normal person looks left or right the eye looking towards the nose will be able to see it.
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