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After asking this question: How can I describe my eye weakness (disease) to a doctor?

I went to an occultist. He said that my eye sight is 6/6 (good) and eye bottom is good healthy too. He did not check my eye pressure and said I'm OK generally. I sitll have bad vision with my right eye.

I went to other two oculists, They said I've an issue with eye pressure and I've to check my field of vision.

Now, I would like you to send my some picture about how a person who have an issue with eye pressure see the world? It would be very very useful for me to describe my issue?

Maybe I see something like white/Gray spot or cloud?! ... Anyway, I can not describe. Please, Help me by sending the pictures if you have one.

Thank you very much,

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    I guess the term you are looking for is ocular hypertension. It's a scientific term for high eye presure – Prince Dec 1 '16 at 23:26
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Since most cases of high eye pressure leads to glaucoma, the picture below shows how someone with glaucoma sees the world

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    Except you are not aware of the missing field... it's not black, it just isn't there. – Jim Garrison Dec 3 '16 at 5:22

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