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Eye floaters appear as small spots in your eyes. When you look at something bright, like white paper or a blue sky, it may stand out. Let us know about floaters in this blog.
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Dr. Vijay Lodha – These are spots visible in front of the eye that can be black or brown in color. As age increases, a shadow is generated between the lens and the retina and that shadow appears to us as floaters. For example, if your glasses number is high, then floaters keep troubling you. Due to this, there is swelling in the posterior curtain and then some surgery is done, sometimes like cataract surgery. Even after that, you can still see the photo.
Dr. Vijay Lodha – Sometimes flashes of light may also occur. Vision loss can also occur due to diabetes. So you have to be careful with the floater.
Dr. Vijay Lodha – So the first thing you should do is not panic, you should see your doctor as soon as possible. Is there something in the curtain? Is it swollen? This is not a building and he can tell you, brother, that this floater of yours is benign. There is no tension in this, so this is why you have to do this and not doing this means not getting nervous, this is the thing. If you have diabetes, then you have to control all that.
Dr. Vijay Lodha – Look, the reason there are floaters is because we are seeing a shadow. When you start suffering from cataracts, those products become less useful to you. But when the surgery is done, the floaters will come back, because they are like degenerative chains in winter, which have happened with age.
Dr. Vijay Lodha – Go to the doctor. Then sometimes it happens that some floaters bother you a lot. We also sometimes do surgery. And some medicines have also come out that can be used for floaters.
Dr. Vijay Lodha – Floaters are more common between 50 and 70 because this is when changes occur in the eyes.
Dr. Vijay Lodha – Go and see the doctor on time. Follow your doctor’s advice.
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