Hello Dr. Shariq Riaz,
The ophthalmologists could find no defects during their examinations, so yes, they concluded a normal situation.
At the time of the test, the scotoma's were fewer than they are now and did not show up on the test.
This may be because the test is too coarse?
The largest scotoma is about the size of my indexfinger's nail at arms-length.
By now there are several of these scotoma and more various in size and shape.
Also, when I look at a bright area and then immediately at a dark area, the scotoma's appear to remain bright for a brief period.
Like an after image. The same happens when I blink at the sky.
Much like the afterimages when someone takes a picture with flash.
I don't experience flashes of light outside of the 'afterimages' I descibe above.
Those would be indicative of retinal tearing
or detachment, correct?
That doesn't seem to be the case in my laymans opinion..