text vibrating, after image and red eyes

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Hi,

I am having some issue with my eyes lately. Whenever I read, texts looks little vibrating. This happens more if the background is black and the text is while. My eyes also catch the afterimage of any bright object. Like last night, we were getting a picture clicked and the flash from camera was stuck in my head for literally 10 mins. I could see the flash in the vision. It's same when I', taking for someone and behind them is a bright background, moving my head and blinking still gives me a rough shadow structure of the person. Also, my eyes are pretty red when I wake up in the morning, it goes okies in afternoon but again go red in the night.

Is there someone else who is going through the same thing?

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    Not sure if it is exactly the same but I have something similar with text and have astigmatism. Have you had your eyes tested recently. That would tell you if you have something like that going on.

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    I get these after images, its really annoying. I could be looking at my phone and then see it after i look away. i also get red eyes buy the end of the day and straight lines for me sometimes appear wobbly. I've had various check ups, but they all say other than dry eye, my eyes look healthy.

    There's more tests they can do, for example they can specifically test how the retina is working but they never do, they just pack you on your way, leaving you in an anxious state.

    One doctor told me its the anxiety it's self causing all these issues. I get flashes and floaters also.

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    I find the idea that this is anxiety really quite bizarre. Think it could be a multitude of things but anxiety...don't get that at all. Doctors really pull that one out of the hat for all kinds of things. Sounds like nonsense to me.

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