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What to do if my eye anxiety and floaters are really bothering me?

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Dr. Dan Hollis
Ophthalmology - LASIK Surgery

In brief: Not a problem

Floaters are rarely a problem. I never see mine until someone tells me about theirs, then I see tadpoles everywhere.
The jelly in the eye is not homogenized, so in bright light or looking at light colored walls, we tend to send the shadows of the stands in our vitreous in our vision. If a large one comes and stays at around 50, it could be a posterior detached vitreous. That should be examined

In brief: Not a problem

Floaters are rarely a problem. I never see mine until someone tells me about theirs, then I see tadpoles everywhere.
The jelly in the eye is not homogenized, so in bright light or looking at light colored walls, we tend to send the shadows of the stands in our vitreous in our vision. If a large one comes and stays at around 50, it could be a posterior detached vitreous. That should be examined
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