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How To Live With Severe Eye Floaters

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Eye floaters are usually thought of as a nuisance rather than a chronic condition. But for some people, they can significantly affect the quality of life. So how do you learn to live with them - and what are the treatment options?

Last summer, David, 24, was cycling through his hometown when what looked like a giant, magnified tapeworm appeared in his central vision, against the blue sky. It was accompanied by strange shadows, which looked to him like fast-moving mosquitoes, dark smudges and lines. Despite their appearance, these were not parasites. David had developed severe vitreous opacities, otherwise known as eye floaters.

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Eye floaters are usually thought of as a nuisance rather than a chronic condition. But for some people they can significantly affect quality of life. How do you get rid of them?

 

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I have one in my right eye from driving a big rig in the US. I believe a shiny piece of chrome from a truck in front of me in the blazing Arizona sun hit me hard one day and burned a spot in my retina. It moves into my primary field every so often making it difficult to see around it sometimes!

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