I'm a 18 years old woman who have myopia (-2,75 in the left one, 2,50 in the right) and I see light streaks that stream downward everytime I'm blinking or when my eyelid are hanging low since 2 month ago. If I push my eyelid up they dissappear completely even when I'm squinting.
They get worse at night but I still see them in the daytime.
I tried preservative free drops for one month and they did nothing, however just after putting them I do noticed that the light streaks were brighter because my eyes were watery.
I had a dilated eye exam but my ophthalmologist saw nothing concerning.
After the exam, my pupil couldn't constrict for 6 hours so i noticed that the light streaks were now much brighter and longer and they didn't come with every blink but all the time even when I opened my eyes wide which normally eliminate them.
I thought for sure the cause was because of a cornea problem but I just did a topography by a specialist and he said my cornea was perfect, no anomalies whatsoever.
So would the next logical step would be visiting a neuro - ophthalmologist or should I try something else?
I also have ghosting, starburst and photophobia .
I never had any surgeries for my eyes.