When I had my visual field test last October, I had a very strange thing happen while they were testing my right eye. The lights in the machine got huge and time seem to slow way down. I thought I was having some kind of hallucination brought on by the flashing lights (it was my first time having that test done), and I told the tech that my eye was doing a weird alice in wonderland thing. She thought I was crazy and told me to concentrate so we could finish the test. I was finally able to finish the test with that eye, and then had no problem at all with the left eye. It was totally strange. I brought the incident up to my NO a few weeks later at my visit and he just brushed it off saying "Strange." I got the feeling he thought I was crazy as well. I admit that since it didn't happen again I kinda brushed it off myself and didn't investigate it further. This past week I've started have having problems with some things appearing to be bigger than what they should be. It doesn't happen all the time just random, and it's just weird. I thought I was going crazy, but it turns out that it's a real disorder. Has anyone else had anything similar happen to them?
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