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What does it mean when i see dots flotting in front of my eyes?

You could be getting a migraine if you start to get pain. There is also a migraine that you can get that you don't have any pain. My grandfather has those and you can do nothing for them and don't need to worry about.If you have the one with pain you need to see a doctor.

Black dots can mean retinal problems, get a doc to look in your eye etc.
Pale and transparent worms/cellular shapes that move with your point of focus could be floaters, which are normal and increase with age. Someone has linked them to diabetes as well but not in most cases.

Mike J
Floaters are normal variations in the virteous humor (the material that comprises the eyeball). There is nothing wrong with it, except you need to stop sitting in front of a computer so much and you'll stop noticing them so much.

It means you've left the flotting machine on for too long.

oh i get tht all the time
its because you hav looked straight into a light - i fink its juss the colour blending in again

You are standing neck deep in a swimming pool, and Mr Blobby is floating past doing back stroke

I used to get those all the time at college - the medical term for it is......wait for it......a floater!

Its annoying and distracting, i used to spend all my time in college trying to follow it around but it would always move with me. Probably why I failed college lol

your standing too close to a disco ball

you can see a flying leopard

could be just floaters. alot of people get them, like dark dots floating accross the eye. book an appointment to see your optician.

Leslie S
You have either been hit by someone/thing or you may have what I think are called floaters (no toilet humour please! lol) They are like scars on the eye ball. They are harmless and everyone has them. But of course it could be something else and you should see an optician or doctor if you are worried. Don't leave it.

too long in front of your computer. x

Do you see them as well?Thought i was going barmy..

High blood preasure

They are called floaters. You can often see them when looking at a plain background, like a blank wall or blue sky. Floaters are actually tiny clumps of gel or cells inside the vitreous, the clear jelly-like fluid that fills the inside of your eye.

They may look like specks, strands, webs or other shapes. Actually, what you are seeing are the shadows of floaters cast on the retina, the light-sensitive part of the eye.

For most people, floaters occur as they grow older. The vitreous humor thickens and clumps as we age, and floaters result from the clumped vitreous gel. Sometimes pregnant women see spots caused by little bits of protein trapped within the eye. Eye injury or breakdown of the vitreous humor may also cause spots and floaters.

When people reach middle age, the vitreous gel may start to thicken or shrink, forming clumps or strands inside the eye. The vitreous gel pulls away from the back wall of the eye, causing a posterior vitreous detachment. It is a common cause of floaters, and it is more common for people who:

are nearsighted;
have undergone cataract operations;
have had YAG laser surgery of the eye;
have had inflammation inside the eye.

Most spots and eye floaters are merely annoying but harmless when they temporarily enter the field of vision, and many fade over time and the brain learns to ignore them. People sometimes are interested in surgery to remove floaters, but doctors are willing to perform such surgery only in rare instances.

If you suddenly see new floaters, or eye floaters accompanied by flashes of light or peripheral vision loss, it could indicate serious conditions. Consult your doctor.

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