The Eye Feels Black Spots After Seeing The Clouds?
Good afternoon I want to ask? When I look at the clouds and see the others in my eyes there are black spots that follow my eyes. I am 15 years old. I want my eyes to heal as before without black spots in my eyes. How do I cure them? I do?
Complaints such as seeing black spots can be caused by floaters. Floaters can appear after seeing a bright light or white background for a long time. Floaters can occur due to the following factors:
Age increase There is bleeding in the eye Uveitis Retinal detachment In general if there are no other complaints and the black spots disappear immediately, you don't need to worry. However, if the spots change in size, you feel pain in the eyes, blurred eyes suddenly, peripheral vision disappears, or like seeing flashes of light, it is advisable to check with an eye doctor directly so that further tests can be done if necessary to test with tonometry , slit lamp and ophthalmoscope to determine the cause of the floaters. Furthermore, you will be able to be given more appropriate follow-up handling if problems are found.
In the meantime you should not see bright light or white background for too long, use sunglasses when driving during the day, rest your eyes periodically when looking at the monitor, adjust the room's lighting, and set the eye reading distance. Try not to rub your eyes.
Hope it helps you,