strange blurring vision

Discussion in 'Eye-Care' started by mdtorre, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. mdtorre

    mdtorre Guest

    First, sorry for my bad english.
    I experience something like a tv noise in vision, like the background
    is "moving"
    with very high frequency. Something similar to tiny spots shutting on
    and of very fast. I can see this noise in light and in black surfaces,
    and I am disturbed a lot by PC monitor.
    I've gone to the optic doctor, I've almost good vision (i wear light
    glasses), he checked the back of my eye and said my retina is all ok.
    I have floaters, but I got used to them.

    What could it be? Is there someone experiencing similar sintomphs? Some
    place on the web toi chec? I work on a PC and this is seriously
    depressing me.

    Thank you,
    Matteo
     
    mdtorre, Mar 1, 2005
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  2. mdtorre

    g.gatti Guest

    Matteo, wake up!

    http://TheCentralFixation.it
     
    g.gatti, Mar 1, 2005
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  3. mdtorre

    mdtorre Guest

    No, it is continuous, and the effects aren't so hard to get strange
    feelings. Is something like watching a TV channel without perfect
    tuning.
     
    mdtorre, Mar 1, 2005
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  4. mdtorre

    g.gatti Guest

    Yes, go and be checked and served thir addictive drugs, and so you are
    done.
     
    g.gatti, Mar 1, 2005
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  5. mdtorre

    Dr Judy Guest

    I think you are seeing the normal background "noise" of vision. If the
    specs are very tiny and shimmer a bit, you are seeing shadows of blood
    vessels, blood cells in the vessels and the random electrical noise of the
    system. Try to ignore it, the more you pay attention to it, the more you
    will notice it.

    A new, flat screen, high resolution moniter may help

    Dr Judy
     
    Dr Judy, Mar 1, 2005
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  6. mdtorre

    g.gatti Guest


    Now we come to know that there is NOISE OF VISION ---


    Indeed these learned men are very skillful to invent names to symptoms
    which they don't have a clue about!!!
     
    g.gatti, Mar 1, 2005
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    If you place an "a" in front of "soul" and say it aloud, I think
    you'll be quite close.
     
    Neil Brooks, Mar 1, 2005
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  8. I'm sorry that you've been flamed by Rishi. Consider it a
    rite of passage. You are right -- diabetes and glaucoma
    are serious risks.

    Rishi is a less-polite Otis.

    -- Robert
     
    Robert Redelmeier, Mar 1, 2005
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  9. mdtorre

    Access Guest

    Who is administrating this newsgroup ? Couldn't we just block his account ?
     
    Access, Mar 1, 2005
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  10. No-one. smv is unmoderated, so anyone can post.
    Individual readers can, of course, killfile him.

    -- Robert
     
    Robert Redelmeier, Mar 1, 2005
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  11. mdtorre

    mdtorre Guest

    I'm sure I don't have glaucoma, I don't think to have diabetes (I don't
    have any other related sintomphs) but I'll do blood analisys soon.
     
    mdtorre, Mar 2, 2005
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    Dr. Leukoma Guest

    ....and now we come to know the NOISE OF SCI.MED.VISION.


    DrG
     
    Dr. Leukoma, Mar 2, 2005
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  13. mdtorre

    gudrun17 Guest

    How are you sure you don't have glaucoma? I thought the same thing, but
    that's apparently what it turned out to be. In the blurred areas of my
    vision, bright objects seem to shimmer.
    -Gudrun
     
    gudrun17, Mar 2, 2005
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  14. mdtorre

    g.gatti Guest

    Please, don't be a fascist.
     
    g.gatti, Mar 3, 2005
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  15. mdtorre

    g.gatti Guest

    Great discovery!

    Please, bring forth ONE patient that you diagnosed with GLAUCOMA and
    you could treat and then declared CURED.

    Thanks.


    PS: you go on putting names on conditions you yourself create in the
    minds of the gullible... You should be arrested and put to jail. Poor
    innocent people mistreated in such a way... How can you go on and on
    without thinking about it and the harm you have done???
     
    g.gatti, Mar 3, 2005
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  16. mdtorre

    Access Guest

    Please, look at the sun through binoculars. You will see the light.
     
    Access, Mar 3, 2005
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  17. mdtorre

    g.gatti Guest

    rite of passage. You are right -- diabetes and glaucoma
    In fact you cannot kid so much with diabetes and glaucoma.

    But with imperfect sight, and errors of refraction, you are so happy to
    cheat people prescribing glasses instead of teaching how to cure
    themselves...

    The eye is strong, but in the end it weakens.
     
    g.gatti, Mar 3, 2005
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