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Black spots behind eyes, Not having pain, twitching or headache. What does this mean?

I had my eyes examined yesterday. I was told there was a black spot behind my eye. I was told to make an appointment with an Opthmalogist. She stated it could be numerous reasons, but she did not go into detail. My exam last year was fine. I have no pain, no twitches in my eye, no headaches , etc. What could these findings mean?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
that is floaters=something that floats in the field of an eye..that may be normal but that may be a warning sign of a hidden problem in please get it checked by yr doc..
if floaters=
1-increase in number=,many like 15-20
2-if there is flash like lightening- whn u see side ways
3-whn there is curtain like effect..
thn immediately rush to yr doc-because its very serious condition..
till thn ..tell me wht yr doc said??
Answered: Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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