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jb127 wrote:Yeah, I've taken all sorts of supplements over the years for my eyes and nothing has really made any difference. I'm more bothered by cataracts than EP, I'm currently using oclumed and can-c drops to try to slow them down but also haven't seen any improvement. Lutein interferes with these drops too for some reason. They tell you not to take them while using the drops. Seeing 2 doctors this month for cataract consults. Anyone here have cataract surgery yet?
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eyeh8floaters wrote:Mine stayed the same. I had BFEP with my floaters and after my 1st FOV i compared both my eyes. The BFEP was the same.
Jan 4 17 9:52 PM
Floater987 wrote:Has anyone had semi bad BFEP pre FOV and did it get worse post FOV?
If so by how much did it worsen?
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Jan 7 17 12:54 AM
Floater987 wrote:eyeh8floaters wrote:Mine stayed the same. I had BFEP with my floaters and after my 1st FOV i compared both my eyes. The BFEP was the same.Was it a PVD induced FOV? As that is what I will be having.
How bad is your BFEP?
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Feb 18 17 3:20 AM
Android wrote:Fellow BFEP sufferer here.
While I can't offer any real cures, I would suggest turning blue light off on your monitor and getting some blue light blocking glasses. If yours is as bad as mine, it can be reduced by around 70%.
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Mar 29 17 5:46 PM
JimABassPlayer wrote:It seems to be getting worse. I am seeing it under more and more conditions under which I previously did not see it.
Also, I can discern more and more "light" scratches in both eyes (as if someone scratched a dirty glass and left negative marks on it). They are extremely annoying.
I also can see more "light" images of my veins -- the reverse of what I see during a dilated exam (at which time the veins in my eye are dark). What I am detecting now are reverse, "light" images of them when I squint.
Will the new and/or increasing visual busyness in my eyes never end?
Mar 29 17 8:38 PM
Mar 30 17 11:51 AM
cmanray wrote:@Floater987: To me it sounds like a complex interplay of physiological (related to the flow of blood through the retinal veins) and neurological (processing in the visual cortex) factors.
@JimABassPlayer: w.r.t. the neurological part of the symptoms: have you considered application of tDCS on the visual cortex?
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