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    are my eyes alright?
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    sethtb posted:
    Lately i have been noticing my vision is getting a little worse. I dont have issues reading or seeing far away but in dim light my eyes are like static on a television, its very bothersome and worrying. Also in any bright like, such as the sky or a luminescent wall i see these things called blue sky sprites or the entoptic phenomenon, if you are not familiar please search it up. It is horrible and seems to be getting stronger. The research has told me it is the white blood cells coursing through the veins in your eyes. It basically blocks my vision in the day time. It really worries me and i cant find any info on why its so bad for me. Please help


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