But The Floater Is After The Laser?
I am 29 and 7 months pregnant, minus my eyes. The floater was on for a long time on the left and right, then I laserized my left eye because the doctor on the jec menteng said that there was a small tear in the retina. But after the laser, why does the floater still exist? Does the laser that I am doing have no effect on eliminating the floater?
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Floaters are shadows of objects of various sizes, can be shaped like small dots to larger shapes such as long ropes, which appear to be floating on vision, especially when looking at light or bright colored objects.
Generally, floaters are caused by debris that has accumulated in the vitreous humor in the eye (fluid inside the eye, front of the retina). This is usually influenced by age. However, floaters can also be caused by eye inflammation, infection, retinal tears, accidents that injure the eye, or farsightedness.
If you have examined your condition, then of course you have taken the right steps. Regarding floaters that you still feel after therapy, it could be that the floaters are caused by other factors besides retinal tears, or it could be that your therapy has not been completed and still needs further action by a doctor. For this, you should make sure to the doctor who examined and took action on you the other day to get a definite explanation regarding your condition and for further examinations if necessary.
The following things can be done to maintain eye health:
Avoid the habit of rubbing the eyes Wash hands before touching the eye area Use sunglasses when exposed to the sun and outside air to reduce glare and pain, while preventing eye irritation by dust and foreign objects Avoid reading / looking at screens too closely, reading in a dark room, reading in too small letters Avoid staring at the computer / screen for too long. Do the 20 principle, which is every 20 minutes looking at the computer, resting your eyes for 20 seconds by looking at objects that are 20 feet away Get enough rest, sleep 7-8 hours a day Eat nutritious foods, especially those containing vitamins A, B complex, E, C, omega 3 to support eye health, which you can find in vegetables, fruits, and meat Avoid consumption of cigarettes, alcohol, and illegal drugs So many explanations from me, hopefully helpful and useful :)
dr. Princess Claudya