weird line and shadow in vision

Posted , 4 users are following.

hi there i really hope somebody can help me because this has been going on for two months and i’m so borderline sick of it and it makes me so upset every single day with worry.  basically i have this line ( it’s NOT a floater ) in my vison next to my nose in both eyes but it’s more pronounced in my right, that moves with my head.  for example if i look at a wall and then spin my head or move it up and down i can see the line because it follows it.  when i roll my eyes the line becomes more obvious and when i pull down my eyelid on my cheekbone a shadow grows in my vison the further i pull which makes the line darker.  this is the same in both eyes.  when i wake up in the morning and in blinking there is a shadow in each eye when i’m blinking similar to the ones i get when pulling my eyelid down.  also when i move my eyes from right to left , as i move them, a grey arc appears in my right eye next to where the line is .  i have seen three opticians and two ophthalmologists and have had so many tests / scans of my eyes and everything is fine .  so i don’t have any explanation for these horrible symtoms sad any ideas?  i suffer from major health anxiety so this is a nightmare for me 

0 likes, 5 replies

Report

5 Replies

  • Posted

    Hi, I'm sorry to hear about your problems. I know exactly how you feel, and the frustrations experienced when specialists tell you "everything is fine" when it's obviously not. 

    Never take the word of medical doctors as final. Never in 50 years has any single medical doctor been right about anything in my life. The only doctors to have been right about anything related to medicine weren't even doctors of medicine! 

    Try this approach... or try contacting the herbalist who wrote it. It might also work for floaters. 

    http://www.evergreenherbgarden.org/articles/An%20Herbal%20Story%20About%20My%20Eye.pdf

    Report Reply
  • Posted

    Try Comvita Maluka honey UMF 15 or higher. I buy my at Amazon . Take 1 teaspoon of the honey and add  4 teaspoons of distilled water. I get bottle water and boil it. Put it in a little spray bottle . Close your eyes and spray them while tilting your head. When you open your eyes the honey will go in your eye. Or you can use a dipper and put some drops 3 or 5 times a day. In between put some artificial tears. Hope it works !!! 
    Report Reply
  • Posted

    Hey, please be very careful with putting anything directly into or onto your eyes, especially if you had a sudden onset of floaters.

    Most floaters *seem* to be occurring in people who somehow physically damage their eyes, either via extreme muscle straining, or extreme physical activity combined with poor nutrition. Extreme irritation as part of an allergic reaction to a substance put into your eye (e.g. honey, or whatever) could make your problems worse. Also, keep away from Mac notebooks (MacBook Air, for example), as they seem to be a bit more drastic on the eyes than PC computers.

    The herbalist (I posted the link to above) did not put anything *into* her eyes, yet was able to see remarkable improvement in their condition. Contact her directly for more details. Perhaps she can offer you expert advice.

    Report Reply
  • Posted

    I think you are seeing the side of your nose in each eye.  Are you using a computer a lot?   I think maybe your health anxiety is a lot to blame.
    Report Reply

Join this discussion or start a new one?

New discussion Reply

Report as inappropriate

Thanks for your help!

We want the forums to be a useful resource for our users but it is important to remember that the forums are not moderated or reviewed by doctors and so you should not rely on opinions or advice given by other users in respect of any healthcare matters. Always speak to your doctor before acting and in cases of emergency seek appropriate medical assistance immediately. Use of the forums is subject to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and steps will be taken to remove posts identified as being in breach of those terms.

newnav-down newnav-up