Snow at night

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randomrace
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Joined: 11 May 2011, 20:25

18 Jun 2011, 21:13 #1

I cant say whether this happens during the day, as I pay no attention to it.
Before I fall asleep I sometimes watch my vs, I have noticed lately that my vs changes. My vs are white dots, however lately there is a point at night where they disappear at times and I see rather white milky  I guess lava lamp shapes. Let me clarify, its not both white dots and lava lamp I had that before.
I find this interesting not only because I cant recognize things in dim light when this happens but also as I havent been able to reach a point where anything I tired had such affect on my vs. I have been however taking calcium now, I found I was deficient in it plus changed my diet, maybe thats a culprit.
I would be interested in finding out if anyone else had this experience.
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Matt00011.thosewithvisualsnow
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Joined: 22 Oct 2010, 19:30

19 Jun 2011, 08:40 #2

Double post
Last edited by Matt00011.thosewithvisualsnow on 19 Jun 2011, 09:03, edited 2 times in total.
1  Visual Snow, 2 cell like floaters, 3 increased sheerers phenomenon 4, increased image burn ins and trails, 5 feelings of vertigo and dizziness, 6 heartbeat pulse seen in vision. 7, increased pressure at back of head.
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Matt00011.thosewithvisualsnow
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Joined: 22 Oct 2010, 19:30

19 Jun 2011, 08:46 #3

randomrace wrote:I cant say whether this happens during the day, as I pay no attention to it.
Before I fall asleep I sometimes watch my vs, I have noticed lately that my vs changes. My vs are white dots, however lately there is a point at night where they disappear at times and I see rather white milky  I guess lava lamp shapes. Let me clarify, its not both white dots and lava lamp I had that before.
I find this interesting not only because I cant recognize things in dim light when this happens but also as I havent been able to reach a point where anything I tired had such affect on my vs. I have been however taking calcium now, I found I was deficient in it plus changed my diet, maybe thats a culprit.
I would be interested in finding out if anyone else had this experience.
Sounds very much like my VS in the dark..
The snow tends to intensify into auras in my vision, and these come on in waves. It eventually calms down but the VS does tend to morph into a light show from time to time.
1  Visual Snow, 2 cell like floaters, 3 increased sheerers phenomenon 4, increased image burn ins and trails, 5 feelings of vertigo and dizziness, 6 heartbeat pulse seen in vision. 7, increased pressure at back of head.
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