Visual snow like effect but in one side of left eye only

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So its been 3-4 weeks already that im having something that i can best describe like tv with no image effect but its transparent , in left side of my left eye and a very small one on right side, searched all over the internet and cant find anything like it, its like transparent pixels moving in random way like tv without image is all i can do to describe it, i don't see it in darkness, only in bright/white areas, it is worth to mention i have a migraine on left side also, does not really bother me too much its only annoying, but i think its getting a bit worse every day...

Sorry my english is bad and this is the best possible way i could describe it..

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    Make an appointment with an optician who can look inside your eye and as soon as possible. .  If they find nothing abnormal,go to your doctor.   Never ignore anything that seems to be going wrong with your eyes. They are too precious to mess around with.
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    Is it flashing like lights or what?
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      Nothing is really flashing, also i have been to optometrist but nothing was figured out in the end i have to go check it again.. 
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    Sometimes they just have to keep an eye on things. You could always see your regular doctor too if the eye doc didn't help.

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    Search for "visual snow" on internet.     Does this sound like your symptoms?

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      It says visual snow in title of this discussion, i researched  visual snow a bit but this does not seem to be it, something similar maybe..
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