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... After coming down with some heavy duty digestive problems 2 years ago, I developed black floaters in my right eye. ... (0 replies)
... Some people suggest on the Internet that regular mental training can help patients notice eye floaters at a lower frequency. But in the opinion of some eye experts, this therapy never solves the anatomical cause of eye floaters. ... (4 replies)
... I cannot imagine how should floaters disappear? ... (11 replies)

Floaters
Jul 4, 2008
... i recently started getting floaters in my right eye.. i went to a eye doctor and retina specialist and all was fine. ... (9 replies)
... I have read that some people who have had chemo do get eye problems afterwards. ... (6 replies)
... Why do i have floaters at 21 years old? ... (0 replies)
Floaters
Jul 6, 2008
... No, it is totally correct. Floaters often do disappear on their own. However, they are sometimes just too distressing to put up with. Every individual has to make their own decision. ... (9 replies)
Floaters...?
Sep 6, 2005
... nda gone now...i also have them if i'm just sitting there staring into the sky or where ever and then i see these floater things and i can follow them, then they disappear and another then comes... ... (8 replies)
... gh very dirty glasses and it is making me feel nauseous. Also I can only read for 10 mins or so and then I feel lousy. They gave me a leaflet, which said that floaters and a 'veiling' will gradually disappear with PVD..... ... (3 replies)
Retinal tear
Oct 31, 2013
... hen I sleep for fortnight but daytime I could sit upright. Prescribed 3 types of eye drops Pred Forte, Homatropine and chlorsig. Took about 17 days for bubble to disappear but it had taken 4 weeks before left eye did not feel the discomfort of swelling. Fortnight post operative review had the all clear. ... (2 replies)
... k spot just around my field of vision from my left eye, but disappeared after a few seconds. I noticed that this spot would appear again if I blinked my eye, and disappear within a second. It is pretty annoying, and scary... I dunno what to do. ... (1 replies)
... I am in the same boat as you, except I think floaters are perfectly fine, I see them all the time since I was a kid. But for me, as I made in an earlier post, I am seeing the flashes of light as well. ... (13 replies)
... ry since I was a kid. This one kept swimming around. I became aware and annoyed by seeing more floaters, long strands. Even more troubling, the floater would disappear if I closed by left eye telling me something is wrong wih that eye. ... (13 replies)
... this usually happens when the muscles do not work well together. ... (2 replies)
... like closing one eye and looking at a wall and making sure nothing new is there. I do it so often now that people ask me what is wrong with my eyes because I keep closing one all the time. ... (14 replies)
... read up a lot on floaters, I hear they are normal, I only have about 1 or 2 or 3 of them, and I really noticed them when I looked into a biology microscope, they do not bother me at all unless I pay attention to them, this one is the least of my worries. ... (3 replies)
Cataracts
Mar 27, 2007
... done. Unless I may have displaced my Yag "hole" behind the pupil by shoveling snow too soon, as diabetics heal much slower. I still have floaters from the snow job, six wks ago. Not sure I'll even tell her about it, that was such a stupid thing for me to have done. ... (9 replies)
Cataract surgery
Jan 11, 2007
... months after the first surgery. I can barely see out of my right eye now, so there is no putting it off. Financially I can't afford it, but I can't afford not to do it either. ... (107 replies)
Bright lights...
Jan 18, 2006
... m. But what happens with these images is that once you notice them, you may start to concentrate on the images. That just makes them seem to be worse. It is like floaters in your field of vision. The more you notice them, the worse they seem. ... (10 replies)
After-Images
Jan 18, 2006
... m. But what happens with these images is that once you notice them, you may start to concentrate on the images. That just makes them seem to be worse. It is like floaters in your field of vision. The more you notice them, the worse they seem. ... (1 replies)


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