Do you associated nausea,blurred vision,vomiting?
Sound and light sensitivity?
Hi,Thanks for providing more information.
As per your description,you need to consult an Eye specialist for eye examination to rule out potential differential diagnosis like vitreous floaters (floating spots are tiny pieces of the vitreous jelly that occupies a large amount of the volume of the back of the eye),ocular migraine.Your ophthalmologist should look at the retina to make sure there are no problems such as a retinal hole or tear. In most cases, there are no problems, but this exam is precautionary and allows for preventative treatment of any lesions that are found.
If everything 'll be fine with your eyes then panic attack can be most possible cause of such weird symptoms.
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Thanks for the follow-up.
It may be possible to have ocular migraine can occur without headache and pain.
Even such sudden weird symptoms can be associated with panic attack as well.
However i recommend to consult an eye specialist as a precautionary measure to rule out eye pathology at first place.