Your collection of symptoms are highly unusual and it would be unlikely that there is one disease causing all those symptoms. Some of you posts are not suggestive of anything serious, while others are worrisome. First you are only slighly myopic so you are not at high risk for high myopia (greater than -6.00 diopters). Some of you symptoms suggest the possibility of ocular migraines (which often don't have headaches). They do not suggest retinitis pigmentosa. An autoimmune retinopathy should be easy to diagnose looking in the eye with dilated pupils. These would be my suggestions: 1 If you are nervous print out this list of symptoms and take it to your next eye exam. 2. If you have access to a neuro-ophthalmologist schedule an appointment. Get the records from your previous eye exams and take in (retain copies for yourself) 3. tests you will need include visual field exam, color vision, amsler grid, macular and optic nerve OCT If neuro-ophthalmologist not available then ophthalmologist with specialty in vitreous/retina. You may also need ERG and fluoroscene angiogram. Good luck.