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Do you know how to reduce eye floaters that are bothering me?

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Dr. John Trittschuh
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In brief: Nothing to be done.

Eye floaters are a normal aging change of the interior of the eye.
These normal floaters are rarely so debilitating that they would need to be removed by a process called vitrectomy. However, some floaters might be a sign of more dangerous problems such as bleeding from diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment or inflammations of the eye interior. Any sudden change in floaters requires an exam.

In brief: Nothing to be done.

Eye floaters are a normal aging change of the interior of the eye.
These normal floaters are rarely so debilitating that they would need to be removed by a process called vitrectomy. However, some floaters might be a sign of more dangerous problems such as bleeding from diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment or inflammations of the eye interior. Any sudden change in floaters requires an exam.
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