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... Lady, I don't mean to alarm you but you need to check yourself as soon as possible by your Ophthalmologist. I work for 2 great Ophthalmologist and you don't know how many cases like yours we have come by the office. Some severe and some not. You see I don't know if your Dr. ... (4 replies)
... I cant believe how many people suffer from floaters! I thought I was the only one. ... (16 replies)
Floaters: normal?
Mar 24, 2006
... With the visual symptoms you are having it would be wise to have your eyes examined. ... (10 replies)

Floaters: normal?
Mar 21, 2006
... And how many are considered a "shower"? ... (10 replies)
... because many people say they dont see the same things I am describing. I just need some confirmation I guess. Let me describe exactly what is happening.... ... (0 replies)
... have to learn to live with. With respect to this last point, how was the tear you had, that had no indicating symptoms, discovered? ... (41 replies)
... Its a normal part of shortsightedness to see the speckles when you look at something light.. like the sky or perhaps sometimes the screen of the computer etc. ... (5 replies)
... Although I may be late with my reply I may be able to help with your question about floaters and retinal detachment. ... (13 replies)
... I am so sorry to hear of your difficulties. I am sure it must be frustrating when there are no clear cut answers to your problems. ... (2 replies)
... Seeing close without glasses seems to be the problem. Is that normal with aging? ... (6 replies)
... Thank you so much for your reply, it's quite encouraging to hear that these new small floaters are likely normal, and to have a date to which I can look forward as far as no more prickly stitches. ... (16 replies)
... is weird that the human eye is designed this way, but the blood vessels from the optic nerve branch out in FRONT of the retina and cast shadows on your retina. NOrmal folk tune this out. The brain SHOULD tune this out, but very perceptic people see it, often freaking out and running to the dr. ... (14 replies)
... Is you problem also associated with dry eyes and how did the "Boston Lense" work for you? ... (4 replies)
... She complained of floaters "on and off for years", which is much different than a sudden, recent onset. ... (15 replies)
... and if you keep staring they DO "pulsate" which is what I attribute to the eye trying to focus, and yes it keeps doing it continuously. No, you are right, they don't depict bad vision correctly, it isn't just a "blur". ... (3 replies)

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