AMD affects the middle part of your vision, not the edges (peripheral vision).
You can get it in one eye or both.
AMD can make things like reading, watching TV, driving or recognising faces difficult.
Other symptoms include:
AMD isn't painful and doesn't affect the appearance of your eyes.
Sometimes AMD may be found during a routine eye test before you have symptoms.
If you have a problem with your eyes, early diagnosis and treatment may help stop your vision getting worse.
These aren't symptoms of AMD but can be signs of other eye problems that need to be treated immediately.
Go to A&E or call 111 straight away if you can't get an urgent appointment.