Dark area in vision NOT FLOATERS...

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Hello guys...i dont know how to describe this. for like 3 months ago i got floaters in my eye and they move with my eye movements just like a typical floater. 

For the next description i would love to refer to this thread and the topic creater has EXACTLY the same issue. 

https://patient.info/forums/discuss/dark-area-in-vision-not-floaters-538444

In my right eye i dont know how long i have this but she describes this issue exactly and it really makes me anxious and im unable to do anything anymore sad Note that this issue is not floaters. i have this too but that other issue is bugging me and im really afraid that this might worse over time sad

So to describe my problem for me. When i look with my right eye to my nose and hold my right eye to this position (it is like looking to directly on my nose) and after that i move my head to the right a dark area forms like a shadow kinda thing. it not entirely dark and resembles a greyish area circle thing. i have a feeling that this is transparent. The same thing happens when i look up with my right eye and hold my eye in this position and move my head downwards a dark area forms in my right side and it resembles a crescent moon. also greyish dark transparent. The more i move my head downwards/ to the right the more i influence those darkish areas. (they grow bigger smaller etc.) When my eyes are relaxed like looking straight i cant see them also i cant see them when my eyes are moving like like they normally do. They only appear when i do this weird movement with my head...

Can anyone help me ? i was already at 3 eye doctos and they told me my eyes are fine. i also did a visual field test at 2 doctos and they told me all fine (eyes were dilated too).  i wear a glass too and my right eye has myopia....and advice how to proceed ?

 

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