Eye Floater InformationFloaters are tiny dark specks that can be seen in your field of vision, especially when you look at a blue sky, a white wall or any other uninterrupted, light coloured expanse. They are created when tiny clumps form in the clear, jelly-like substance (the 'vitreous humour') inside the eyeball.
As these tiny floaters are suspended in this 'jelly', they move when your eyeball moves. As a result, if you try to look directly at them, they may appear to disappear from sight.
Floaters can come in different sizes and shapes. Some look like little dots, while others appear like threads or little hairy clumps. In most cases, floaters are normal and harmless. However, a sudden increase in their number may indicate damage to particular internal structures of the eye. This requires professional attention.
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Read the following pages for more eye floaters information.
- Eye Floater Symptoms
- What do Eye Floaters Look Like?
- Black Spots in Vision
- Why do People Notice Eye Floaters?
- How Common are Eye Floaters?
- Affected Parts of the Eye
- Are Eye Floaters Dangerous?
- Eye Floaters Diagnosis
- Do Eye Floaters go Away?
- Eye Flashes
- Things to Consider...