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Could some of you describe your visual disturbances for me?
I will list mine later, I really need others to describe there experience first. I am having a difficult time describing what I'm seeing. It would help greatly to read others descriptions.
 

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Ohh boy I had so many "stages" detached ,glass separating the world,fuzzy vision,fish bowl vision , blurry vision with hallows,world looked flat like everything was one image only looked like a paint when I looked outside looked like my eyes wasent connected to brain. My brain was spinning for weeks couldn't grasp the outside world felt like Mary go round. Had what it looked like matrix cars would go by very slow motion my brain wouldn't catch any thing that was going on except looking foward I couldn't move my head side ways because it wouldn't register in my brain. My eyes were looking but not registered to the brain. I hope I don't get any more I would problably go crazy. Ps:eye floaters
 

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I experienced visual disturbances in conjunction with epileptic discharges which occurred approximately every 5 seconds for about 3 minutes. I believe the tensing sensation I felt in the left rear

of my head was my neurons polarizing like two plates of a capacitor. After 5 seconds of charging, the neurons discharged. When this happened, my vision distorted drastically as if I were

suddenly looking through the wrong end of 7X binoculars. Whatever was in my focus was suddenly very far away at the end of a long tunnel. The distortion lasted for about 1 second, and

then the tensing began again. After about 30 of these discharges and hallucinations, things settled down. I was left with frequent recurring ocular migraines. Here is a video simulation

of an ocular migraine. Mine are typically more left to right across my field of vision, and larger than shown. The formation is a sawtooth wave which fairly well blinds me at the apex of

the migraine. I don't see quite the colors shown in this video. Oh, and then there are the floaters.
 

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Moderate to intense visual snow constantly and occasional light sensivity when my DR is really bad (everything looks abnormally bright).
 
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