The Cause Of Seeing A Floating Shadow?
I want to ask, I am a 26 year old male who has problems with his eyes, starting with floters appearing in his right and left eyes, at first it was just floters, but now, when I see a square pattern on clothes or straight lines, it feels wobbly. rn. But when you wear glasses, you still see it feels wobbly??? Is this an indication of another disorder? Retinal detachment? Please answer
Floaters are images that are seen walking in the fluid of the eye, causing the sufferer to feel that he sees an image floating in his eye. Floaters sometimes occur when a person looks at bright light for too long.
The emergence of floaters can also be caused by =
Injection of the drug into the eye fluid. Drug side effects. Bleeding in the eye socket. Eye infection. eye tumor Retinal tear. To find out the origin of the floaters, you need to check with an eye doctor such as physical tests and other tests, namely tonometry (eye pressure), ultrasound / eye scan. With this test, you can assess the condition in your eyeball and the condition of your retina so that it can be seen more clearly the source of the floaters.
By understanding the cause, treatment or other medical measures can be immediately taken to eliminate your complaint.
Retinal detachment itself is a condition in which the retina detaches from the wall of the eyeball causing sudden loss of vision, flashes of light for a moment, floaters and sometimes even floaters can form a cobweb image. This condition occurs suddenly and suddenly and requires immediate treatment to prevent blindness.
Causes of retinal detachment can be due to high myopia, trauma, bleeding in the eye socket, diabetes, shrinkage due to reduced eye fluid.
This condition requires prompt medical treatment. Surgery to reattach the torn retina can be done to prevent blindness.
So, immediately go back to check with your eye doctor if you suspect this condition.
Do regular checks to the eye doctor every 2 years to carry out regular checks on the condition of your eye health.
I hope this helps.