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Floaters & flashes
May 10, 2010
... There are other conditions that give the impression of stationary floaters. Have you been checked for scotomas due to macular degeneration? ... (7 replies)
... So, here we go. I have floaters for ages, maybe twenty years, I am 43 now. ... (0 replies)
... I have just noticed I have a stationary blob in the bottom of my left visual field. I can see it best when I blink against a light surface. It's annoying and doesn't behave or look like a floater. ... (0 replies)

... I've had floaters for as long as I can remember. They always move across my field of vision, either vertically or horizontally as I shift my eyes around. ... (0 replies)
Mar 15, 2011
... ccasional lonely floater when staring into a blank light space, nothing really to have concern over. Currently, since a few days ago, I've started noticing more floaters than usual. I don't know if it's because I've started looking for them that I've now noticed more, or if it's just increasing. ... (5 replies)
... thritis of the eye is properly known as uveitis. Because it is an inflammatory condition, it leaves what are commonly known as inflammation spots. These are like stationary floaters. In most cases they disappear once the inflammation subsides but it could take a few weeks for them to go completely. ... (1 replies)
... looking strings, others are little dark or clear bubbles. Sometimes they seem to clump together too. I also have some floaters that look like they're tethered to my eye, like the floater will only move in one direction. ... (4 replies)
... anyone have floaters with long lines, bubbles and strings when in bright light? ... (4 replies)
... I have those, they're very annoying! I keep thinking there's a bug or something off the corner of my vision. I've been to the eye doctor and he didn't seem concerned. Just another form of floaters. BTW, floaters don't actually float - they move with you and then slowly settle to the bottom of your eye. The Latin name for the... (4 replies)
... Hello everyone- I have written before and in many places. I've been plagued by a number of weird things since last year. In August I had an "occular migraine" and then in October I started seeing flashes of blue spots, little blind spots and sometimes other colors. They last moments if that. Since February I've started seeing what I think are floaters, but the problem... (7 replies)
... cos i dont fancy having to worry about this forever..ill live with the floaters eventually if im certain it aint going to get any worse!! ... (20 replies)
... I just got it in April and I am 46. I've had floaters and weird flashes, etc since I was 19. ... (20 replies)
... It looks like sparkles all round the outside of my vision. happens when i jump in pool or get up too quickly. The floaters were caused by this i think...they're pretty bad.. ... (15 replies)
... These are stationary and move with my eye. I continue to see more in both of my eyes, mainly in my peripheral vision. They are not like holes, I can see through them. ... (3 replies)
... The spot seems to only occur in the upper left part of my vision near the center, it seems to be mostly stationary but never moves much from that place although it seems to dance around. I do have eye floaters, and this is nothing like that. ... (10 replies)
... A few months later I went back because I noticed that if I stared straight ahead and moved my head up and down while keeping my eyes stationary I would see black spots in my vision, similar to the kind you see when rubbing your eyes. The doctor didn't think that it was anything to worry about. ... (3 replies)
... I don't think mine are floaters...though that is what they initially thought it would turn out to be. Floaters can be stationary, but they can't see one. I have lots of retinal stimulation....flashing lights, swirling shapes...who knows. I would like an answer, but..... ... (10 replies)
... I'm just adding to what Aurora didn't mention - a floater can also be a HUGE blob, it could cover half your vision (like smoke or fog) also, they don't necessarily move, they can remain stationery (stationARY?) (6 replies)

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