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Could anyone with AMD tell me if this happened to them before they were diagnosed with AMD?
When I wake in the morning and the bedroom is dimly light, when I look at the white walls, I can see two small blackish fuzzish round dots in the central vision of both eyes. They are not floaters as I have them in one eye. They are fixed position in each eye and move in sync with each other when I look about
As the sun rises and the room lightens up the two dots fade away. At fully lite room, or any where, the dots can't be seen. I believe they (the cause) are still there, just the brightness of the light washes them out.
Went to an Ophthalmologist and he examined my eyes and said my nerves are in great shape. He said it's not my eyes, but in my brain, possibly from a mini-stroke. That my be true as I asked my PCP last visit if the right side of my face looks like I had a stroke. Never seen it look like it did.
But just in case not, has anyone with AMD had this small blackish spot as a precursor to their AMD? Or had this that lead to some other down the road eye condition?
Thanks all! Leaning to get a 2nd doctor opinion as I think it's eye related not brain.
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