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Floaters, grey patch in sclera, veins in the corner of eyes, blind spot, treatment

hello doctor. I have many eyes problem, can you help me, below is the list of question :- i) i have a lot of floaters (roughly per eye is 10 spot of dot, circle, lining shape-long and short) ii) one patch grey in colour at sclera (roughly 4mm X 3mm) iii) can spot some veins at corner of my both eyes and it drag to close my center of my eye iv) i have something like blind spot in about 3 to 6 months period, for my blind spot is, it looks like a dark blinking shadow in something like square plus triangle shape, with starting from my side of my eye vision and slowly it will go center of the eye, it takes 15 minutes from start to end before the shadow disappear.
Asked On : Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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Floaters are very common and you need not worry unless it has increased in number or you have flashes of light with it and a progressing hazy vision. If you have these additional symptoms,then please have a retinal specialist opinion.High myopia and old age (posterior vitreous detachment) can cause them.

Your blind spot, is it located only in one eye at the same site like a curtain? A floater with a curtain shaped dark area must not be ignored as it could be a retinal detachment too.

Grey patch in eye may be due to thin sclera or in younger age group vitamin deficiency.
We have veins throughout our white part of the eye(sclera), a few of which becomes prominent sometimes due to a reaction against allergy/heat/infection.So no worries about them too.

If you are too concerned about the number of floater get examined at the earliest with an ophthalmologist specialized in Retina.
Take care.

Answered: Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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