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Strange light
Sep 27, 2016
... i can somewhat see it in either eye with the other shut, but definitely more strongly with both open. ... (0 replies)
... Thankyou for replying. In my case it is odd that dry eye started just before floaters appeared. But I will keep that in mind. So you think floaters are usually a permanent change? ... (7 replies)
... My floaters are from vitreal tears. Lots of people do have floaters, and there is nothing inherently dangerous about them. They are just very distracting and annoying. ... (7 replies)

... on my left eye on Thurs. It is now Saturday. This surgery was a little more involved then when they did my right eye a week prior. I was completely numb and even though it is hard to understand what you are seeing during the surgery, I knew it was taking longer. ... (3 replies)
... Believer81 how was your floaters zapped? ... (3 replies)
... and at first I had many floaters that were zapped. ... (3 replies)
... Floaters aren't serious. For peace of mind see an ophthalmologist. My dry eye regimen, refresh optive advance, 4 times a day Come in vials that are preservative free. At bedtime Gen teal gel. 2 great products. Feel better. (6 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)
... 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. ... (7 replies)
... A specialist...either optometrist or opthamologist will help explain and give you a good baseline as to where your eye health is at this time. ... (6 replies)
... Please keep posting your experiences with floaters everyone. The more info we all have the better. ... (7 replies)
... Yes, Em, I do believe that the floaters are permanent. As far as I can understand, the eye itself is sort of a closed system, so that leads me to believe that the floaters won't have anywhere else to go. ... (7 replies)
... It seems like floaters and dry eyes are not easily treated. ... (6 replies)
... Hi...I have all of them. One of the floaters is like a net that falls down in my left eye when I look from the left to the right. I don't notice it all the time...mostly in brighter environments. ... (6 replies)
... I also have floaters in both eyes due to vitreal tears, though I did have a few floaters even before that. My retina doctor says that only the patient can determine how extensive their floaters are and how much they affect a person's life. ... (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)
... Please stop looking up things on the internet. Ask your doctor for the best site about eye issues and only use that site for reference. How are things now? ... (1 replies)
Eye floaters
Mar 27, 2016
... Hi anyone in Cape Town with eye floaters and where can i buy msm eye drops (2 replies)
... I'm a 22 year old male and for as long as I can remember I've always had eye floaters, normally in my left eye and in a wired kind of L and C shape. ... (4 replies)
Eye floaters
Mar 7, 2013
... so heres my probleme: I pretty much had eye floaters for quite some time now but in the past year, i have been experiencing different kinds of them they are like floaters, cloudy floaters in my eyes when i look left to right exemple: when i look at a window i will see all for corners blurry for like a half a second the brighter it is the worse it is like looking... (0 replies)

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