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Black dots in eyesight. More noticeable while looking into distance. What could it be?

i have squiggly black dots in my eyesight. Their are two in my right eye and one in my left. If i look into say a blue sky and focus in the distance they are in my vision and when i look in a different direction they move with my sight. I do seem them all the time but looking into the distance they are more noticeable. What are they?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response

Most likely you are having some vitreous floaters. However, to reach a conclusion you will have to get your vision checked up, slit lamp and fundus examination done by an eye specialist. After the diagnosis is established, the treatment if any can be initiated. It is better you can approach a vitreo-retinal surgeon and get a OCT done.

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