Hi Doctor Mihir My name is Ahmed Sami .. I am a 24 years old male and I had a sudden floaters since 9 days because of walking under direct sun so I had allergy .. before that my vision was clear I work in computer graphics .. I have been working 7 years ago .. 1 year and 3 months ago I had a lasik surgery I did not have any side effect except for douple vision in dark palces ... but for this new floater I can not live cause my life depend on clear vision .. I spend time focusing .. and floater always decrease my focus power cause they are in my field of vision.
so articles online said that floaters will never go .. and some say that they will vanish and others say that it need an optimal cure plan for each case. so please help me Doctor .. it is very bad
I reviewed your history. It seems from the history that you are having flaoters. Floaters are caused by vitreous degenerations and it is a benign condition and no treatment is required. But all cases of floaters need to be evaluated by indirect ophthalmoscopy to rule out associated retinal conditions like retinal tear or retinal thinning. Yes it is true that floaters may not go but they tend to decrease in severity with time. If floaters are causing problems, they can be treated by laser treatment.
Hence I advice you to consult your ophthalmologist for examination and treatment accordingly.
Hope the information is helpful to you.
Thank you With regards
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