Did the ophthalmologists you saw said that the eyes were normal?
Were the scotomas confirmed by the perimetry test?
Are you having flashes of light as well?
You need to see a retina specialist. Flashes of ligh may be seen in retinal tear or detachment but can be seen in other conditions like posterior vitreous detachment which is a normal ageing change in which the vitreous gel in the back part of the liquifies and may cause floaters and sometimes flashes of light. That is one possibility. Other possibilities include asteroid hyalosis, synchysis scintillans etc. Your ophthalmologists may have missed it since it was an early stage. If this is the diagnosis, it is likely to be picked up at this time. If perimetry test failed to identify any scotomas then you do not have them. You are probably having floaters only. However, a fundus examination by a retina specialist is important. Thanks and best wishes.
You're most welcome. You can find a retina specialist in Holland on any search engine like google. It's important to get a dilated eye examination to find the cause for these symptoms. Pre-senile cataract (lenticular opacities)is another possibility but in this case the floaters would be fixed and not mobile. The floater could grow in this case as the opacity enlarges. Seeing a retina specialist should help. Thanks and best wishes.
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