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... If it is, indeed, a confirmed case of macular pucker or ERM, please ask the retina specialist how bad it is. ... (6 replies)
... I am a contact wearer and my eyesight without them is pretty bad. ... (4 replies)
Is this normal??
Jan 6, 2006
... I would like to know if this is normal or not. ... (3 replies)

... some ppl i talk to say they dont see them or that they see them sometimes...i feel like i see them a lot...i dont have money to go to an eye dr...or get glasses...is this a serious thing...or is it common...? ... (5 replies)
Is this normal?
Oct 16, 2005
... Hey all, A few weeks back I had a really bad hangover and I noticed that it actually impacted my vision during that day. ... (2 replies)
... Hey, i see some of the same things and other weird phenomena. ... (14 replies)
... I wouldn't worry too much. I think you are seeing the entopic phenomenon when you say you are seeing stars moving around quickly in bright lights. This is NORMAL. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you for responding. You mentioned that dry eyes wasn't the case for you..Do you know what is going on with your eyes? ... (3 replies)
... ttack of Crescent shaped flashing lights, that lasted about 20minutes, in the DARK! I was so scared I didn't know what was happening. I considered for a moment to go to the Hospital ER, it was THAT BAD. Instead, as the lights subsided, I called my Opthm in the morning. ... (16 replies)
Vision Concerns
Dec 29, 2012
... I'm becoming more and more concerned over my vision. It used to be pretty good during my teens. ... (0 replies)
Are these floaters
Oct 18, 2012
... When I said "normal" I was referring to 'Blue Field Entopic Phenomenon', not floaters. And if you do some research on that you'll find that seeing it is "normal", in whatever way you want to interpret it. ... (9 replies)
... that you mentioned. I also see them on other bright surfaces, not necessarily blue. I also do not think it's visual snow, since I'm not seeing them in dark or even if I wear sun glasses. ... (9 replies)
... I don't think there is anything to worry about at this time. But if you are a worrywart, then perhaps an examination will give you the peace of mind. Our brain is really smart, it will eliminate what we don't need to see, and floaters fall into that category. ... (5 replies)
Floaters
Mar 29, 2011
... can you describe the floaters, not sure if thats what I had the other day. Thanks anneh (5 replies)
Floaters
Mar 28, 2011
... Floaters have become a normal everyday thing for me. Some days I notice only one or a few. Other days I see a lot more. It used to freak me out a lot, but there is nothing to really worry about. If you are concerned, talk to an opthamologist. ... (5 replies)
... Sudden appearance of floaters generally involve Problems with Ratina. I don't want to name type of problems as it will further depress you and her, However proper eye care by good eye doctor will hopefully resolve the issue. ... (1 replies)
Floaters!!!
Feb 23, 2011
... Thank you for taking time to read this. ... (1 replies)
... or your eyes nor any physical evidence of damage to the retinas. Consequently, the cause of your condition is unknown. ... (1 replies)
... Hello everyone, I thought I would relate my journey so others may have benefit to the experiences I've had so far. I am a 47 year old man, relatively good health and on Dec 7th 2009 I was in the woods cutting down next years firewood. ... (16 replies)
... I've had 2 floaters in my right eye for at least 4 weeks. I hadn't paid much attention to them until the past week when I began 'stressing' about them. ... (0 replies)


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