Signs You May Suffer from a Retinal Disorder
Floaters, fibers within the eye which are often shaped like cobwebs, specks, or strands, are a common occurrence. However, a sudden increase in quantity and size of these fibers may be indicative of a retinal disorder.
A variety of visual distortions may indicate a retinal disease. These include flashers, lines that should be straight appearing wavy, changes in color perception, as well as increasing issues with night blindness.
Partial Loss of Vision
Several retinal diseases can lead to partial vision loss. This can include continuous blurring which causes blind spots in your central field of vision or loss of peripheral vision. You should notify your doctor of any symptoms.