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Is it normal if I feel like I'm seeing white smoke flying around?
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So for the last couple days, I've been experiencing something weird druing night and day. Everytime I'm doing something, I feel like I see some white smoke flying around, and when I turn around to see it, it just disappears. It keeps happening everytime I put thought into it, and it just makes me feel like there is something wrong with me, which is why I decided to post it up here. Please let me know if I'm the only one experiencing this, and if it's something I should go to a doctor with. Thanks for reading.
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I'm the opposite. I feel like I can see black shadows in the corner of my eyes.
Yeah probably be smart to see a doctor.
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Whenever I look for it, it just disappears. But wouldn't it be weird to ask my parents; "I feel like there is something wrong with me, because everytime I don't look, it feels like there is something watching me, so can I go to a doctor?"
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@: AdamBKD
Yeah see a phychologist if you feel like something is watching you.
Since that's not the norm.
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Nah, OP just needs to get the appropriate migraine medication
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@: Ellenna
Yeah that sounds about right, now that we got the full story.
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@: AdamBKD
You just changed the story from white smoke to something watching me.

Go and get your eyes tested, tell your parents you're having trouble with your vision and at least that will rule out an eye problem.
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@: Ellenna
I do have a certain migraine that aafects my vision, but I'm not sure if that's a reason.
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@: AdamBKD
Oh for goodness sake, now you tell us! Migraine DOES affect vision, I've had them for decades and that's always the first sign for me that one is one the way.

Get yourself the appropriate prescribed medication and take it at the first sign of a migraine. I've found a temazepam and a panadeine forte will knock most migraines out before they develop provided I take them at the very first hint.
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@: Ellenna
Alright thanks for the help., I really appreciate it. Take care. ;p
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