Hi, so, at the beginning of June, I noticed something in my vision. When blinking, this perfect round, light greyish disk appears in my right eye vision. It is located slightly to the side of my central vision, and slightly down. It's about the size of a table tennis ball. It immediately disappears after blinking, and generally I see it in lower lit conditions; These symptoms are apparently a symptoms of Macular Degeneration! Oh dear - I'm just 16!
However, co-incidentally, I was having some issues with a floater increase at the same time, So I'd had a dilated eye exam just 2 days before I noticed this disk. In the last few weeks and days I've also had Retina photography, visual field test, and another non-dilated eye exam. All clear. (I've had all these tests because I have severe health anxiety). And, of course, I'm a little worried about this greyish circle - which I hadn't thought of for a while but just remembered it again and can't help seeing it now blinking. If I blink constantly I can get a better view of it. I've been referred to ophthalmologist, again for a reason completely unrelated to this, (but at least I can bring this up)
Do I need to worried here? Is something serious happening? I'm very young for a Macular issue and I've had the eye exams and the retina photography. Anyone got an explanation?