Squiggly Lines in Vision?

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If you think you have squiggly lines in your vision, you may be seeing floaters. Floaters are a natural part of aging and can also be caused by eye strain. Only your eye doctor can determine if that's what you're referring to.
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It is possible you are having an ocular migraine. This is a brain vascular spasm that causes a disturbance in your vision but luckily does not lead to a headache like a classic migraine
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It is a line that twists and turns, not astraight line.
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