There Is A Point In The Sight Of The Right Eye?
Hello, my name is Alifah, age 34 years old, in the past few months I see a dark spot hovering around, clearly visible during the daytime, when I close the point it still exists, what are the symptoms? Can it be treated without surgery? Please help to explain, thank you very much.
Hello, alifahnadja, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Dark spots hovering in the field of view of the eye can be called floaters. Floaters can appear in several forms, such as black or gray spots, stripes, webs, or as rings. They usually appear when you look at a plain, bright background (such as a blue sky or white wall), and can disappear if you try to focus your vision on these floaters.
Most floaters are caused by the collagen protein in the eye area called the vitreous, which clots due to aging. Usually occurs at the age of 50 to 75 years. However, some of these conditions can also cause floaters: injury to the eye, diabetic retinopathy, autoimmune disease that causes eye tumors, or something more urgent such as a detached retina. If you experience accompanying symptoms such as: glints of light in the eye with floaters, a sudden increase in the number of floaters, loss of some vision, sudden changes, a history of injury to the eye, or pain in the eye, seek medical attention immediately Treatment depends on the cause. If there are no symptoms like the ones I mentioned above, there is nothing to worry about. However, if it's really annoying, try glancing up and down your eyes, it usually helps. Also read about how to maintain eye health.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
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