Floating Spots Appear Along With The Vision That Disappears In An Instant?
I want to ask, my eyes sometimes appear floating spots, vision disappears in an instant, eyes move on their own, when I check at the health center it is diagnosed with low vision, one eye (H54.5) … and referred to check into the hospital but when I go to the hospital it’s always crowded so it’s always canceled. Why is that?
Thank you for the question.
Low vision is a significant vision disorder that does not improve with the use of eyeglasses, contact lenses, medication, and even surgery. This condition includes a broad spectrum of complaints, ranging from blurry vision, night blindness, appearing flashes of glare, appearing blind spots, appearing disturbing shadows of objects, and so on as you experience. Many factors can cause low vision, such as cataracts, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, retinitis pigmentosa, eye injury, genetic disorders, and so on. Of course, the one most entitled to diagnose the cause of your condition is the doctor who examines you directly.
The diagnosis of low vision should be established not only by interviews and physical examinations related to clinical symptoms that arise. A series of investigations should also be carried out, including slit lamps, ophthalmoscopy, visual examination, ultrasound, tonometry, etc. so that the cause can be properly identified, and the best treatment is decided.
Regarding your condition, we recommend that you go to see your doctor or ophthalmologist again, right? Depending on the cause, your condition can later be treated differently, for example by providing special vision aids, which can help improve your vision function so you can back to good activity.
At this time, there are no specific handling steps we can recommend besides increasing rest, limiting activities that make the eyes tired (such as reading small print, staring at gadgets for too long, or driving long distances), and do not carelessly use contact lenses or eye medication without doctor's prescription.
Hope this helps ...