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... it is affecting their life in many ways. All this to say, it's not up to the doctor, it's up to you. My point is, you have to decide if you cannot live this way. As for me, I have days where the floaters are very very obstructive and they also make me feel sorry for myself! ... (1 replies)
... Hi! I have floaters. In my opinion, is a fairly severe case, as it seems to match the description and visuals of others who have it. I also know what average floaters and clear vision look like, and I no longer have that. ... (1 replies)
... Based on your post, she wanted to try the Genteal "Severe Gel". To no avail! As you have learned, the Genteal "Severe Gel" seems "out of stock" everywhere. ... (2 replies)

... Thanks for sharing your story! It makes me feel more confident about choosing this as an option. ... (3 replies)
... two times a day sometimes I wash my eyes with water to relax my eyes.I do make sure when I finish washing my eye I take a drop of water in my finger and pour it as a drop in both my eyes and keep it closed for a minute and so. ... (1 replies)
... This time I didn't have any swelling, but part of the white of the eye was as solid bright red when he took the patch off yesterday. ... (3 replies)
... About seeing flashing lights, there is a gel or thin layer of liquid at the back of the retina that dries up or clamp up as we grow older. ... (3 replies)
... s in that eye, but no big deal there. Around a month ago as I was taking our dogs outside after dark I noticed a flashing of lights in that eye. ... (3 replies)
... home remedy, to no avail. I do drink coffee but have cut back, and have tried to get as much sleep as is possible. I'm not sure what else to pursue, either by way of home remedy or diagnosis. Please help! ... (1 replies)
... For the past few months I've been experiencing symptoms in my eyes. I get whitish cloudy patches on my eyes that I can sometimes blink away and sometimes not, as well as a general sense of "haziness" and blurriness. This can make me strain to read and watch videos, especially with all the blinking. ... (0 replies)
... it was like I had a smudge on them that wouldn't go away. Then I had my contacts in and realized it was my vision. I have had floaters for as long as I can remember. ... (3 replies)
... f good vision and then things started to go a little blurry. I went to my optometrist and she didn't see any problem, so I went for 6 months in total frustration as I could tell my eye was not seeing clearly. So a couple of days ago I went back to my surgeon and low and behold I had swelling of the retina. ... (0 replies)
... I'm still keeping it closed the majority of the time as it is less painful closed. ... (0 replies)
... I have glaucoma and take drops once a day in my right eye. Your eye pressure is extremely high. Mine is 15 right eye and 13 in left. As long as you take drops and see your opthomologist frequently you will do just fine.. I take occudose in timoptic. (5 replies)
... It can be harmful depending on the water you are using. If it is distilled water it is not harmful. If it is straight out of the tap, I wouldnt recommend it. You have no idea how clean the water is, or the tap from which you are taking it from. There could be bacteria on your finger, or under your nail which you transfer to your eye. This is why eye drops come in either single... (1 replies)
... @ Bleue > Thanks for the info. There seems to be no history of glaucoma with my immediate relatives. My older sister was diagnosed with high eye pressure as well (low to mid 20s), but never took drops. She has no signs of optic nerve damage. My mother (who is 89) was told she had high eye pressure and does take drops... again no glaucoma. @quincy > Blood pressure is normal.... (5 replies)
... better experience and information, as well as more sophisticated equipment to study the optic nerve. The American Glaucoma Society website can help you find such a doc in the area where you live. ... (5 replies)
... Have you had your blood pressure and thyroid checked as well? ... (5 replies)
... Wish you well in finding the cause of the floaters and hope it's nothing serious. My doc said they may fade or settle down over time and for me, they have faded. Either that or my brain has gotten used to them. I've also tried a lot of different home remedies to promote overall eye health as well, so that might have helped - who knows... (7 replies)
... As soon as he took the little little chip out my eye felt cool again. ... (3 replies)


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