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... There are likewise different sorts of floaters, as a rule viewed in the eyes of individuals who have certain medical conditions. Case in point, floaters in a person who has diabetes can indicate bleeding inside the eye. ... (1 replies)
... Cats eyes are far more sensitive than ours and they can see dust floating in the air...and will jump at it. ... (1 replies)
... Recently, I've started noticing floaters in my eyes. Whenever I would look at a white computer screen, I would see little specks floating about. I could still read text fine, but then it started to get a little blurred after a week or two. ... (1 replies)

... Some undissolved gel particles occasionally will float around in the more liquid center of the vitreous. These particles can take on many shapes and sizes to become what we refer to as "floaters. ... (11 replies)
... Tiny black or white specks floating. ... (1 replies)
Losing my vision
Jun 19, 2009
... ing. We rang her office and she said it was normal after dilator drops and would go away. Over three weeks later it is still there and has not left, most notably in bright light. Wearing my glasses reduces the glow, but it is always there. ... (5 replies)
... I have this also! I have something called visual snow though, which is like my vision looks a little bit like theres a layer of television static. ... (1 replies)
... You may sometimes see small specks or clouds moving in your field of vision. They are called floaters. You can often see them when looking at a plain background, like a blank wall or blue sky. ... (6 replies)
Tiny Clear Specks
Sep 11, 2005
... I noticed im seeing tiny little specs in my field of vision, usually when I look up I can see them floating around, they are clear and look like specs of dust, usually more noticed when im outside... ... (4 replies)
... panic attacks, and the started noticing weird visual symtoms. I developed frequent floaters, and problems with my peripheral vision that involved seeing a strange dark spot in my PV when I move my eyes. It started in only one eye but I notice it in both now. ... (1 replies)
... thought something horrible was happening. I went and got a full eye test and they said it was the vitreous fluid behind my eyes "warping" and causing distortions in my vision, that they were nothing to worry about and I wasn't going blind. ... (3 replies)
Eye problems
Oct 31, 2004
... My Eyes Being Sensitive To Light Or Problems With Floaters Until I Got Mono. I Also Get Tunnle Vision, But That Is Mostly At Night. It Scares Me Because My Night Vision Has Gotten Worse And I Have Been Twice To See An Opthalmologist, And Both Times I Was Told That My Eyes Were Fine. ... (10 replies)
... ophthalmologists and they both report my eyes and the pathways to my brain are in perfect order. No retinal problems. No pressure problems. ... (34 replies)
... I can't keep my balance very well so I have to stand in one place rather than walk. ... (2 replies)
... migraines. No, I do not see specks when I close my eyes. The brief moments it happened was only as described in my first post and not since. ... (4 replies)
... as blinking. A few people tell me that I must be blinking but not realising, but I know its not. I have other weird head things, such as a vascular popping sound in my left ear alot and tenderness behind the left ear on the neck. Sometimes I think I might not be getting enough oxygen to my head. ... (4 replies)
... rod like which is almost black in color. ... (18 replies)
... This is not bothering me in any way, I'm just curious and couldn't find much on Google. ... (9 replies)
Is this a floater
May 29, 2011
... Had cataract surgery in left eye 6 years ago. My vision has not changed since then although my dr. ... (5 replies)
... Most spots and floaters in the eye are harmless and merely annoying. Many will fade over time and become less bothersome. ... (4 replies)

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