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Spots in peripheral

Hello! I know I have a similar previous post but things have changed since, just looking for recommendations!

A month ago I noticed when blinking/squinting a dark shape would appear in my peripheral. I went to the eye dr she dilated my eyes and said everything looks great. Since then that spot has changed from a translucent like arc shadow to a darker kind of afterimage appearance. Still only appears when blinking or squinting. (Not hard blinking just regular everyday regular movement)

A new spot has also appeared on the very bottom of my vision, it is more noticeable when I am standing in front of a white wall and I look all the way up. This spot has a triangular appearance and same translucent type shadow. Yesterday when I was outside it was actually flashing when I blinked which made it very noticeable.

I have a follow up appt w the dr again tomorrow this time she’s gonna dilate my eyes again as well as run a visual field. Last time she said it sounds like I’m experiencing a phosphene but since then I see another spot so I feel like it’s something more.

Any idea what this might be? My central vision is fine & when my eyes are wide open the spots are non existent. Thank you! Hopefully I get a good work up tomorrow, but I can’t stop worrying!
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What did you find out with your doctor visit? I have the same thing!
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Also, do you have any new input? I feel like this is something new in the field. I’ve read about a lot of young people having this? Do you know anything about it? Thanks!
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No idea at all, it's not a symptom associated with one particuliar disease. Is your "eye doctor' an Eye MD ophthalmologist or a not physician optometrist?  
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