How to Eliminate Floaters?

Answer Floaters are small clumps of protein that float around in the jelly-like substance inside your eye, known as vitreous humour. People who are nearsighted and those older than 70 years will often hav... Read More »

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What do eye floaters look like?

Eye floaters are a seemingly harmless nuisance often associated with age that interrupt your field of vision. The appearance of floaters is varied, and the number of floaters is often dependent on ... Read More »

What are the causes of floaters in the eye?

Eye floaters can be a nuisance, but they are not usually a serious medical problem. Floaters may appear to look like cobwebs, specks or dark spots inside the eye.Loose VitreousFloaters are small pi... Read More »

What are floaters in the eye?

Eyes are filled with a gel-like substance called vitreous fluid. As the eye ages, the vitreous fluid begins to slowly breakdown and become a liquid. Sometimes pieces of the vitreous fluid detach th... Read More »

Why do I get eye floaters when I look at the sky?

I think the floaters are there all the time, it is just that you don't notice them except during very bright conditions. I experience exactly the same phenominom as you describe (except I can see t... Read More »