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Re: Visual snow?
« Reply #10 on: January 23, 2014, 02:17:05 PM »
I have it also. lol
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Re: Visual snow?
« Reply #11 on: January 23, 2014, 07:37:42 PM »
Thanks everyone who replied, that is very very reassuring. At least now I know I'm not going blind.  :laugh3:
My only pronlem right now is eye floaters and these weird bright spark looking dots jumping around when I look into the sky. I'm going to start taking magnesium in a couple of days, I hope that helps. Someone tell me floaters are normal, even for a 15 year old?  :bigsmile:

Floaters are VERY normal!  Although mine started at 19, my daughters started around 14 or 15 - you must be very nearsighted?  Very common with that.   I have floaters so bad that if I look at a bright wall it's just covered in webing!  Floaters can be dots, strings, black blobs, brown smudges - they can be the size of a pin prick, they can cover half the vision in one eye... they can distort your peripheral color vision - they can do a host of things.   You get used to it and don't even notice it after a while.
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