... thank you very much!! (4 replies)
... I have had floaters for decades, literally. They are nothing to worry about, they are just bothersome. As we get older, we tend to have more. ... (4 replies)
... and to come back for another check in 5 years. I also suffer from anxiety and apparently these are both linked? ... (4 replies)
... Thank you if you took the time to read this I know its super long lol. Im just not sure what to do I mean maybe Im just being paranoid or just letting anxiety get the better of me. ... (2 replies)
... Im sure id see a odd one or 2 in the past but then it was gone I didnt get or at least realise then untill I got bad anxiety and sinus (2 replies)
... Hi I have a question about floaters I dont have the clear ones I only see the black stringly ones about nearly 2 months ago I got the bug then the flu and then severe anxiety 4 around the 1st 4 weeks my eyes just felt blury and out of focus but in the last 2 weeks the floaters have come I mostly only see them when im out in the sun or look sideways I can look at my tv and... (2 replies)
PVD is a natural process for most of us. So there is nothing to fear, really! I have gone through it, and so do millions of other people. As your doctor, perhaps, must have told you, as we age, the vitreous, inside the eyeball, slowly shrinks, and, hence, detaches itself from the retina, sometimes, creating floaters, which are just protein fibers which make up the... (1 replies)
... ad a PVD about 2 years ago, plus I've always had floaters, however, I just had a new floater and the doctor did laser eye surgery. I always have a great deal of anxiety and since this just happened right before I was to go out of the country on vacation I had a major panic attack and couldn't force myself to go. ... (1 replies)
... who have floaters that turned into PVD. Mine started on Oct.2011 with small black dots in left eye. ... (1 replies)
... If you would seriously rather take the risk,,,, first do the research on the Recovery of a Vitrectomy,,,,,it is GRUELING from what I have read and I am dreading the day make that Years of recovery when I have to have one....then if you STILL WANT IT,,,and you cannot find a doctor, go to a local University Hospital, even if you have to go to Germany if you are in Italy,, and... (16 replies)
... Same boat, have floaters as well, since I can remember, it has been a long time and I am 20 yrs. old. ... (16 replies)
... Howdy! I'm 24 years old and I've been dealing with floaters for quite awhile myself. ... (16 replies)
... floaters are the cause of my anxiety, how can you "Fix" anxiety without "fixing" the problem that causes it? ... (16 replies)
... If they make you anxious, then fix the anxiety and not the eye. ... (16 replies)
... Dear people,
i have had some problems with my eyes for the last month. When i look at a wall with a detailed texture, it seems to me that somehow parts of it are slightly moving. I have the same with watching a computer screen; i get than the impression that the lines are moving from side to side, not aggressively but only very slowly. I have the same effect, and it even... (0 replies)
... Hopefully you have seen an opthalmologist by now, if not, you really should go.
In October 2006, I went to bed fine, and woke up the next morning with a "bump" in my vision. Straight lines had a bump in them (straight lines were most noticeable). Ended up being something very serious, and I am now legally blind. That is not meant to scare you - just to point out that... (1 replies)
... Little background info. 20 years old, smoker, not the healthiest diet. Normal weight and height. Rarely get a good nights sleep. Have generalized anxiety disorder and a history of (not to often occuring) migraines with aura.
Recently, some vision changes (or maybe im just now truly noticing and paying attention to them) have got my attention, and being the worrier I am its... (1 replies)
... sleep apnea. I have been diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder, also, but I don't guess that's pertinent at the moment. ... (1 replies)
... ried about before seeing me. I did a search online and while a lot of people see "dark spots" that are floaters, my symptoms don't exactly fit the description of floaters either. So right now, there is basically nothing I can do except to monitor it and it has caused me a lot of anxiety. ... (7 replies)
... Hi there!
I have this too, first had it 2 years ago, intermittently, particularly in low level lighting (early morning looking at window or ceiling - dim light coming through curtains) can't see it in almost dark or full daylight. The feathery / spidery / woodlice shaped horizontal spiky cloudy shadowy ovals flash when I blink, I can kind of see through them like a grey... (2 replies)