Doc says it is normal, and that there is nothing that can be done about it - just wanting to know if anyone else has this too? Find anything to make it less annoying? (I bought a set of polarized sunglasses, and it helped a lot)
2K5911 wrote:Hey, just came back from eye doctor - everything is great still have my "better than perfect" vision - only I have these floaters in my right eye. Like little "hairs" or "round things" that are annoying and float across my vision.
Doc says it is normal, and that there is nothing that can be done about it - just wanting to know if anyone else has this too?
2K5911 wrote:Find anything to make it less annoying? (I bought a set of polarized sunglasses, and it helped a lot)
Nope. Just find I'm pretty sensitive to bright sunlight.
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It usually happens around 6 am. I hear an alarming sound, my eyes cannot focus. It usually subsides around 9 am after a Cafe Mocha form a doughnut place that won't be named!
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Suppose I have em too, more noticeable in the morning (when I first wake up), just in the right eye.
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Bald Man wrote:I got hit in my left eye with a snow ball when I was about 14. Since then I have had a floater. Other than that no other problems.
i'm in the same boat. The snowball had a rock or a piece of ice in it and it blasted me right in the eyeball, scratched the %&#* out of my cornea. Ive got a scar across it, but like everyone else, I got used to it and only notice it when I think about it.
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