• It is not normal to have a _noticeable_ blind spot in your field of vision, anywhere. A blind spot in the center of your field of vision often means something is going wrong with the macula, the part of the retina which deals with tight-focus; you need to go to your ophthalmologist (not just an optician) to be checked for macular degeneration. This can also be a symptom of diabetes.
  • You are seeing your own blind spot. its unique but it happens. A visual field test should be done to detect possible glaucoma however, which robs people of their vision while they are unaware it is happening. A visual field test maps out what you see (or not seeing). its painless and no dilating drops are necessary for this test.

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