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... It is reaaaalllly distracting and some days it takes a lot just to ignore it. Sometimes I feel that I would rather be blind, or have a gaggle of floaters in that eye, than dealing with constant flashing! Anyway, that is my story. Thanks. ... (4 replies)
... king appt. with an eye doctor today and getting in as soon as I can. I can't let this take over my life anymore!!!! Whatever the news, it can't be as bad as this constant stress and wondering. I'm to the point where I'd rather know and deal with it then keep pondering obsessively over what it may be. Thanks, again! ... (4 replies)
Feb 23, 2011
... symbol looking floaters since I was about 12. I've been overweight my entire life. ... (1 replies)

... I feel EXACTLY the same way. I have been this way for over a year and was just diagnosed this month. I asked my doctor if this would eventually go away or if I would have to feel like this the rest of my life and he didn't know. ?! Scary. I am a bartender and have been unable to drink since this started. the last time I did I got tunnel vision. I am 25 years old and have been... (1 replies)
... after a month of misdiagnoses i now know that i have a constant silent migraine. i have had well past 30 symptoms come and go but ill stick to the constant and major ones. ... (1 replies)
... same with me, constant visual disturbances with eye pain and ringing in both ears. i do believe there is a correlation with floaters because the same happened with me. they are not preceived i know what a floater looks like and they are always the same. more come daily. ... (7 replies)
Eye floaters?
Feb 17, 2009
... Hi im from South Africa. i also got one spot in my one eye then i started getting lines. i went for test in both eyes 2 months ago & r really worried. im going for a test this month.From where are you maybe we can talk bout it personnaly. (17 replies)
Eye floaters?
Feb 15, 2009
... Yesterday i noticed little dark specs like squiggly lines going by my vision. But not alot and not constant. I read it isn't uncommon. I just had a complete eye exam in November and all was healthy. Should i be concerned by this? i want to call my eye doctor and be checked out. comments? bride5527 (17 replies)
... Hey guys! After months of complaining of floaters and sore, red eyes my right eye finally became symptomatic to the point of constant watering and pain. I saw an ophthalmologist on Friday and he told me I had severe, advanced iritis in both eyes. ... (0 replies)
... I see the circular flashes in one eye. Usually when I see a bright sky or white background. I do not notice them in a darker room. I have a lot of floaters...spiderwebs, rounds ones..a huge round one in my line of vision, lines that all move together. They all appeared together too. How do they determine whether your problem is with the visual processing center in your... (11 replies)
... I was diagnosed with posterior vitreous detachment in my right eye last year. I have constant floaters in that eye that look like spiderwebs and clumps of mascara. I also see the circular flashes of light that you mention, usually in a dimly lit room. ... (11 replies)
Floaters: normal?
Mar 21, 2006
... Thanks for the info. It's been really bothering me, especially since I never even thought of them before and now I can't stop looking at them. My eyes feel totally strained. Another thing I'm unsure about - on diagnosis websites they say a 'shower' of floaters can indicate retinal detachment - does this mean a one off series of floaters, or a new constant? And how many are... (10 replies)
... Oh gosh thank you so much! I have been worrying about this for so long, but I guess you'd know what you're talking about more than me. When i went to the eye doctor he didn't put drops in but he did look in my eyes with a light. So I hope that if their was something wrong they could have seen it without drops. I just don't want to go blind. I should go back to the eye doctor... (4 replies)
... That's not a symptom of a detachment. however those symptoms can be indicitive of a tear in the retina which could LEAD to a detachment (very, very low odds of that though), but it should always be checked out with a dialated eye exam (did the doctor you go to put drops in your eyes,then look into your eyes with a bright light? then afterwards you could hardly see in bright... (4 replies)
... I all of the sudden noticed a gray spot in my right eye. It freaked me out as it was constant and in my direct line of vision. ... (8 replies)
... ors, an optometrist, opthamologist, and my primary doctor. The optometrist and my primary said that it sounded like floaters. But nowhere in the description of floaters have I found anything like this. The opthamologist examined my eye and said I had some floaters, but could not confirm that what I was experiencing was related. ... (2 replies)
Vision Problems
Feb 15, 2013
... I also have eye floaters but they are not too bad, they are not as bad as the ones I have seen on YouTube. ... (4 replies)
... you do anything about your cataracts, but because of the severity of my nearsightedness they are already bothering me, like yourself. And, being a woman am in a constant state of panic. ... (66 replies)
... about a month and a half ago I experienced a severe headace in class I went to the school clinic and layed down for 20 minutes after that I went back to class with the pain that had gotten no better after about an hour and a half I went back and decided to go home for the day when I got home I went to sleep for about 3 hours when I woke up at five I had a 99.8 degree fever and... (2 replies)
... metrist two weeks ago who dilated my eyes and checked my retina. He told me everything looked good and no signs of tears. I was so relieved, but of course, the floaters were still here. I told myself to not worry about it and try to ignore them. ... (13 replies)

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