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How Can You Teach Your Brain And Eyes To Ignore Eye Floaters
History 35 F. Headache, lft eye floaters MRI findings:Multiple 20white matter lessons in the supratentorial brain, likely demyelinatingdisease. Worried?
Are eye floaters a brain tumor symptom? I have been seeing eye floaters for a couple of months foggy vision. Eye exam said I am farsighted brain tumor?
Brain tumors do not cause floaters. We all have some floaters. If new floaters appear, see your doctor for examination of the retina.
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I have some symptoms of brain tumour: head/nose ache, clumsiness, forgetfulness, spasms in stomach, and eye floaters. Could you give me some advice?
Evaluation: Please see your physician for an evaluation. The symptoms you describe could be related to many things. Seeing your doctor would put your mind at ease, and if there is something wrong you will well on your way to having it addressed. ...Read more
Are aura migraine headaches and seeing floaters life threatening and a problem with your brain or eyes?
No: While some migraineurs may get a death wish, a headache never actually killed anybody. A headache (uncommonly) may herald a dangerous or life-threatening event, but not a PRIMARY headache like migraine. You need to educate yourself about migraines so that you can control them; otherwise they will control you. There are good books and also see e.g. http://www. Americanmigrainefoundation. Org. ...Read more
Hi, what are the chances I have MS? I had a clean MRI of brain, with contrast. I have been having some tingly hands, floaters in eyes and dizziness.
Tests for MS: No single test helps diagnose of eliminate MS. A normal MRI however is a strong vote against MS as the cause. Floaters in the eyes and dizziness are not very strong signs of MS either. Tingling in the hands has many causes. For example, high blood sugar causes some of these symptoms. Carpal tunnel syndrome may cause symptoms in the hands. I doubt MS is the cause, but you should keep looking. ...Read more
3 Months - On and off tingly hands, lightheadness, tight right knee, floaters in eyes, hands fall asleep at night, - Brain MRI completely normal - MS?
The symptoms of tingly hands and hands falling asleep at night may mean you have carpal tunnel syndrome. Having these symptoms and a normal brain MRI probably means you do not have MS.
The symptom of floaters is not common for MS. Tightness in the right knee does not normally suggest MS. Lightheadedness is caused by so many things, too many to list. ...Read more
3 Months - On and off tingly hands, lightheadness, tight right knee, floaters in eyes, hands fall asleep at night, Brain MRI completely normal - PPMS?
I have eye floaters in both eyes, have noticed them from being a teenager now in my early 30's, they seem more pronounced should I get them checked?
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Comprehensive med: Evaluation. You have a constellation of symptoms which may not all be associated. At this point I would see your family doctor for a general medical evaluation & this also warrants ophthalmology assessment. Good luck. ...Read more
How common are eye floaters in people under 40? Can physical over-exertion, rubbing eyes or swimming goggles be causes?
Can serrapeptase enzymes can cause any harm to eyes or body? If no how much is dosage. Taking for eye floaters just trying may work it for me!!
I got eye floaters 10 days ago, right after I had my eyes examed. Doc said I got them because I wear -0.75 glasses and that they may dissapear in 6mont?
Floaters R not from: glasses. Also, it can disappear even faster than 6 months, as soon as they settle to below your visual axis (vision area). Everyone gets or will get floaters during their lifetime. The best is when your brain starts cancelling them out, and forgetting that they're such a nuisance. ...Read more
See a retina doctor: New-onset floaters, especially when accompanied by flashing lights and/or decreased vision, is considered an ophthalmic emergency. See an eye doctor for a dilated examination immediately -preferably a retina specialist. If this turns out to be a retinal detachment, you have a limited amount of time to have it repaired in order to prevent severe vision loss. ...Read more
What can I do about eye floaters? My doc says my eyes are fine. It's so annoying and I'm still fairly young. Can eyelash tinting make it worse?
Usually not dangerous.
Eyelashes have no effect. ...Read more
I'm 16 and I have eye floaters in both eyes. The eye doc didn't see anythimg and wasn't worried. What could cause this? I have perfect vision too.
Cells or Vitreous:
Floaters are either comprised of cells or components of the gel like substance inside the eye called Vitreous Humor. What you are actually seeing is the shadows cast by the floaters on your retina. I am glad you have seen your eye doctor. Here is a good website that explains it further:
http://www. Webmd. Com/eye-health/benign-eye-floaters ...Read more
I have an eye appointment for next week. Do I need something sooner? Experienced "seeing stars" after gently wiping water off eyes. No PVD. Have eye floaters. Lasted several seconds. Both eyes, entire field of vision.
Likely migraine: While your symptoms are similar to those of retinal detachment which could be a big deal, the fundamental symptoms for you are bilateral (both eyes). Retinal detachment is extraordinarily rare in both eyes and quite uncommon at your age. Visual migraines are mostly both eyes, with symptoms typical of those you describe. If these persist, see your ophthalmologist to confirm this. ...Read more
Why does it seem like my eye floaters are getting less dark and less noticeable? I got them in both eyes since 2 months ago.
Gravity is helping U: As the floaters start floating lower and out of your visual axis (vision), you will tend to notice them less and can tune them out easier. You're young, so they shouldn't be a problem. It's normal aging changes of the eyes. Should not be a problem, and if it is, see your eye doctor immediately. ...Read more
Eye floaters for years eyes feel heavy on and of all day they hurt to touch some times during the day could this be eye tumours?
20 and have had sudden eye floaters and see wave ripples never had and not normal all of sudden. 2 opthalmologist said eyes were perfect so what else?
No: The clear gel that fills eyeball is normally attached to all parts of the inside of the eye. As we get older it can become more liquid (watery) and detaches from the back of the retina causing flashes & floaters. This can indicate a retinal tear. As the retina detaches, change or loss in your side vision is the next symptom. Computer unrelated. U should see your eye doctor to check the retina. ...Read more
Hi I have been having eye floaters for 2 years. Now I am wondering if having floater is ok for the eyes?
I woke up one morning with loads of eye floaters I had my eyes tested everything was normal. What else could it be? It's been 4 weeks now.
I have eye floaters. They are like tiny bugs and spider nets and move up and down, left and right. I can also see them with my eyes closed. Is it normal?
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