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Seeing stars flash and disappear
  1. #1
    Scott H Guest

    Default Seeing stars flash and disappear

    I see bright specks of light flash and disappear. This symptom coexists with
    visual snow. I also have acute heart pain and occasionally retch.

    Has anyone ever heard of these symptoms?



  2. #2
    banjo Guest

    Default Re: Seeing stars flash and disappear

    X-No-Archive: yes

    "Scott H" <nospam> wrote in message
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    >I see bright specks of light flash and disappear. This symptom coexists
    >with visual snow. I also have acute heart pain and occasionally retch.
    >
    > Has anyone ever heard of these symptoms?
    >


    from what you have just said. i would call for a doctor, or ambulance and
    tell them the symptioms.





  3. #3
    Just Me Guest

    Default Re: Seeing stars flash and disappear

    I've heard that those specks of light come from smoking dope or even smoking
    dope a long time ago. Your heart pain could be acid reflux. You might try
    Prilosec over the counter.

    "Scott H" <nospam> wrote in message
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    >I see bright specks of light flash and disappear. This symptom coexists
    >with visual snow. I also have acute heart pain and occasionally retch.
    >
    > Has anyone ever heard of these symptoms?
    >




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    girl30 Guest

    Default Re: Seeing stars flash and disappear

    Well first since you are having chest pain you better find out the reason.
    If it turns out to be anxiety then at least it's not a heart attack. If your
    not getting enough blood and oxygen to brain this could explain the white
    specks and stuff.

    If this turns out it's anxiety there is a thing called a "floater" it's just
    something that is common and happens to most people at one time or another.

    Get medical attention I would say immediately.

    girl

    "Scott H" <nospam> wrote in message
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    >I see bright specks of light flash and disappear. This symptom coexists
    >with visual snow. I also have acute heart pain and occasionally retch.
    >
    > Has anyone ever heard of these symptoms?
    >




  5. #5
    Cymbal Man Freq. Guest

    Default Re: Seeing stars flash and disappear

    Could be getting a detached retina and going blind. See an eye doctor
    immediately.

    "Just Me" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:swhnh.10675$[email protected] link.net...
    | I've heard that those specks of light come from smoking dope or even smoking
    | dope a long time ago. Your heart pain could be acid reflux. You might try
    | Prilosec over the counter.
    |
    | "Scott H" <nospam> wrote in message
    | news:[email protected]..
    | >I see bright specks of light flash and disappear. This symptom coexists
    | >with visual snow. I also have acute heart pain and occasionally retch.
    | >
    | > Has anyone ever heard of these symptoms?
    | >
    |
    |



  6. #6
    lizzy Guest

    Default Re: Seeing stars flash and disappear

    "Scott" writes:

    > I see bright specks of light flash and disappear. This symptom
    > coexists with visual snow. I also have acute heart pain and
    > occasionally retch.
    >
    > Has anyone ever heard of these symptoms?


    Often times if I look up to the heavens, I'll see bunch of small
    lights going on and off - this has been going on for well over 10
    years so I'm used to it. I don't know what you mean by "visual snow"
    though unless you mean "floaters" (debris in the vitreous humor of the
    eye).

    I have the heart pain on occasion - sometimes I see little bright
    lights fly in and out of the chest area (above the heart) and
    occasionally along with it a sort of 'thump' of that area though not a
    regular, heart-beat thump. Occasionally they're dark stars (the bright
    stars and dark stars normally enter in via my belly - I see this quite
    regularly).

    My first experience with heart-pain involved feeling something like an
    invisible sword enter into my upper shoulder then down into the
    heart. I've come to the conclusion that this was Jesus Christ
    circumcising my heart. As a result, I associate most all, sharp heart
    pain with spiritual phenomena. Sometimes if I think I'm going to die I
    get on my knees and say something like, "Jesus, I've done my best; if
    it's my time to go, I won't argue but if I can be of more use on the
    earth, then I'm all up for it."

    As for the retch, I get that fairly often. I think it may be the
    demons being exercised out of me. Occasionally I'll see something fly
    out of my mouth immediately after (or during?) the retch, others times
    I do not.

    Elizabeth

  7. #7
    THE_ONE Guest

    Default Re: Seeing stars flash and disappear

    I used to get these symptoms many years go.

    At that time I was suffering from Hypoglycemia.

    I often would see white stars that were stationary, and also would see
    black stars that were always in motion.

    It seemed as thought different parts of the brains visual center were
    being affected. The white stars dealt with the part of the brain that
    deals with static images, and the moving black stars dealt with the
    part of the brain that processes the detection of moving images.

    Once my Hypoglycemia was cured, the problems vanished.

    In my case, the brain was under nourished due to the Hypoglycemia.


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