I too have this problem.
All my vision is covered by billions of tiny light flashes. 24hrs and day, 7 days a week. I think for at least 2 years. Both eyes are affected, and developed the problem at the same time. The flashes are evident with eyes open, closed, day and night, 365 days a year, no exceptions. They are more pronounced on high contrast backgrounds, like the sky, or pitch black, but only appear more pronounced, in reality they are just easier to see. It appears, although it may be an optical illusion, that I can optically focus on the flashing lights. When I do this, I focus passed the optical range where I would focus on the normal big floater cells, and continue to change my depth of focus until I see tiny (1000x smaller than a floater cell) white balls moving around.
I am interested that you mention chrones disease. I am allergic to wheat and diary, and am a Coeliac. My diet is therefore very restricted, and my body doesn't always absorb nutrients as well as it might. So I wonder, could this be a deficiency? I have been tested for common vitamin and nutrients, and all was within normal range, but it would be logical that SOMETHING could be missing which isn't normally a problem, and therefore no routinely tested for.
The visual stars have been getting slowly worse. Could that be why? ie as the deficiency worsens, as does the optical effect...
My second gut feeling, is;
Could this be linked to an oxygen deficiency somewhere in the system? I have slightly high blood pressure, but basically it's normal. But I can make the visual disturbance temporarily worse by increasing my blood pressure with muscle tension/strain. So could localised oxygen, and or, blood pressure be a factor?
To complete the picture, the fuzzy lights are not the only disturbance, but they are the most prevenlant. But additionally for example, if I look at a person against a light wall, they appear to have a halo lighter than the wall around there head. Also, ghost images of text, or high contrast objects, etc temporarily in my vision after looking away. Etc, etc. The stars overlay everything of course.
If anyone has experienced this, (not floaters but tiny lights everywhere), what are they, and what was the outcome?
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