See frequent showers of small dots and flashes of light.
No longer see frequent floaters or flashes and vision is back to normal.
Floaters appear as small dots or lines in your field of vision. They appear to be in front of the eye but are actually floating inside. Floaters are caused by small clumps of cells inside the fluid that fills the eye. Flashes, on the other hand, appear as flashing lights or light streaks. Flashes are often compared to seeing “stars” like when one bumps their head. Flashes are caused by rubbing or pulling on the retina.
“Showers” of small dots. Sudden or persistent flashes of light.
Treatment for floaters and flashes depends on underlying condition. Not all floaters and flashes are serious, but some may damage to your retina. Always have an eye examination to prevent this possibility.
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