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... My optician sent me immediately to an eye specialist, because I was also getting some FLASHES in the corner of the eye. ... (6 replies)
... Anyway, I am terrified that with these floaters at a young age, my eye will be full of them as I get older. ... (2 replies)
... well yeah. the doctor diagnosed me with PVD postierier vitreous detachment said they're 50% + detached. my retina's are fine though at the moment im going for another check soon. the quack said dont worry. i think the flashing lights are the vitreous tugging on the retina...not sure wot else it could be. are you getting this? get yer eyes checked again. even if you do have... (15 replies)

Floaters
Oct 20, 2004
... I am 19 years old and just about 6 months ago I developed floaters in both eyes. My vision has always been great and have never had any eye problems. I went to the eye doctor and a reitna specialist after they developed and the conclusion was my eyes looked great and were perfectly healthy. ... (4 replies)
... She complained of what we thought were floaters but upon more detailed description my husband said it didn't sound right. ... (16 replies)
... Again, she is almost certainly fine, but you should always be particularly cautious with unusual eye problems. Waiting to see if the problem goes away could lead to other problems. ... (11 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear about your eye trouble and hope that I may be able to help a little. Please note though while you read my post that I have quite a rare eye condition and my need for multiple surgeries is not necessarily the case for others, so please try not to worry. ... (3 replies)
... but like I said, I have never worn them before. Since I am only 27, I am nervous that there is an underlying problem here or that my vision may be effected at a young age. ... (0 replies)
... utoimmune disease running in my family. It's almost never diagnosed. The only way it was diagnosed in my family was after a younger family member lost sight at a young age. This family member was in their early 30s and still has good sight in 1 eye and not the other. It's very, very scarey to think about. ... (42 replies)
... one is certainly not too young for migraines. Over the years on vision boards, I've come across countless people who have the same symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 42 and I have had floaters on both my eyes ever since I have memory. ... (2 replies)
... Floaters are quite a common occurance, and do not always indicate anything as serious as a detached retina. IF the amount of floaters increases suddenly, or you loose peripheral vision, or notice any blood within the eye, then you should have if looked at immediately. ... (17 replies)
... ive just been diagnosed with postierer vitreous detachment after complaing to my eye doctor of bad floaters for about 8 months and the occasional flashing of lights or stars in periphery of vision. ... (1 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. ... (4 replies)
... Floaters are age related, but sometimes they can occur in children or young adults. ... (2 replies)
Vitrectomy
Nov 20, 2006
... Mind you this was all back in 1986, so things may have change since then. But at the time yes, a gas buble was placed in the eye to hold the retina in place, and I had to be face down until the bubble disappeared. HaHA! ... (9 replies)
Vitrectomy
Nov 20, 2006
... web thin floaters in my worst eye since coming home, but a couple of hours later maybe they're getting better. ... (9 replies)
... vitrectomy, as well as hemorrhage, increased intraocluar pressure, cataract, loss of sight, etc., etc. etc. I am guessing that the vitrectomy was due to either floaters or hemorrhage in the eye, interfering with your vision. I'm sure these risks were on the consent form you signed prior to the surgery. ... (7 replies)


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