Not sure if this is the right forum for this question, but I can move it if needs be. For the past three days I have been experiencing a spot in the vision of my left eye, it only appears in certain light conditions (in my bright white bathroom, in dim-ish office corridors) and having done a make-shift Amsler grid test I can see that the spot appears in the centre-right of my visual field, towards the bottom. Sometimes when I'm working at my computer or watching TV it appears briefly, like a spark of glitter in my vision. I have had floaters before and this doesn't seem typical... The weird thing about this spot is that it only appears when I blink (in the millisecond before my eye closes/after it opens - I can't tell it's so quick)! As far as I can tell, it's a bright spot with a greyish/green tint (i think), like the after effect of a bright camera flash. At my last eye-screening I got a letter saying that I did have some retinopathy. The letter was so unhelpful though, it didn't state the severity or which eye was affected. My DSN thought that this would likely be background, as I was just put on the annual recall list. My next screening and consultant appointment is due around now (strangely I haven't had a letter yet - must be standard NHS delays). Has anyone else experienced these odd spots of light, or know whether they are retinopathy related. I've booked an opticians appointment, but the nearest I could get was in a week.