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Could you tell me why I see a black spot in my left eye but not my right?

Various causes. This can be a floater which is a piece of tissue that floats around in the eye. On occasion you will see the floater. It can also be a small clot doing the same even a retinal defect. I recommend you call an ophthalmologist and get an appointment for a complete eye exam asap. Read more...

How to remove the black spot in my left eye?

Get an evaluation. It is hard to say. You need an evaluation by an eye md to diagnose what lesion you are referring to. Then proper treatment options can be discussed. It may not have to be removed if benign. Read more...

For what reason do I see a black spot in my left eye?

Could be a floater. If you visualize a spot moving around in the vision, it may be a "floater", which is a particle in the vitreous, or jelly-like material that fills most of the eye. The question is where the floater came from. It is important to get an eye exam promptly with a new onset of floaters, as it could be from a retinal tear, detachment, hemorrhage, etc. It could also be affecting the retina directly. Read more...

I am seeing a tiny black spot from my left eye when focusing in bright light. Should I be worried?

Probably floater . Your description sounds like a vitreous floater. As long as your visual acuity is not altered, I would recommend scheduling a routine eye examination. However, if your vision has been affected or if you have associated flashes, obscuration of vision, distortion, pain, double vision, then seek immediate eye examination appointment. Generally floaters are a normal development with aging. . Read more...