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Sometimes I get floaters in the morning. Not a lot of them, but very thin/small floaters. No vision loss. Sign of going blind?

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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
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In brief: Floaters

Most floaters are caused by small flecks of protein called Collagen.
Some causes can be injury to eye, high sugar in blood, aura of migraine headaches, but in your age & with no other symptoms or worsening of vision, you most likely have none of the above. If symptoms develop, consult eye doctor.

In brief: Floaters

Most floaters are caused by small flecks of protein called Collagen.
Some causes can be injury to eye, high sugar in blood, aura of migraine headaches, but in your age & with no other symptoms or worsening of vision, you most likely have none of the above. If symptoms develop, consult eye doctor.
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