floater in the eye whats the treatment?

i see threads dark spots through my eye when i see the sky or other bright background it appears more on daytime!!
can i treat it naturally?

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Chosen Answer:

A few threads & spots are normal leftovers of eyeball growth; they can’t be ‘treated’.
However: if they have increased suddenly, and if you have high blood pressure, Diabetes, Glaucoma, or are on blood thinners or have a blood clotting problem or have experienced a major drop in your blood platelet counts (from something like dengue fever or chemotherapy) or have suffered a recent head / neck / eye injury, there’s a slight possibility of having an intraocular (in the eyeball) bleed. If so, you need to be examined by an ophthalmologist (eye doctor) to prevent any serious damage from developing.
Sorry ’bout the long checklist, but that’s the way differential diagnosis works…
by: Navin V
on: 14th August 10

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6 Responses to “floater in the eye whats the treatment?”

  1. David says:

    nothing you can do. all you can do is verify it,s not a torn retina. happened to me. the retina can be repaired. the floaters are protein moving around.

  2. geeyen says:

    cONSULT vASAN eYE cARE hOSPITAL FOR EFFECTIVE TRATMENT.

  3. WilliamG says:

    There is no treatment according to my eye doctor. Floaters are normal.

  4. Navin V says:

    A few threads & spots are normal leftovers of eyeball growth; they can’t be ‘treated’.
    However: if they have increased suddenly, and if you have high blood pressure, Diabetes, Glaucoma, or are on blood thinners or have a blood clotting problem or have experienced a major drop in your blood platelet counts (from something like dengue fever or chemotherapy) or have suffered a recent head / neck / eye injury, there’s a slight possibility of having an intraocular (in the eyeball) bleed. If so, you need to be examined by an ophthalmologist (eye doctor) to prevent any serious damage from developing.
    Sorry ’bout the long checklist, but that’s the way differential diagnosis works…

  5. pennybarr says:

    Most people will eventually experience floaters. The vitreous (a gel like substance in the eye) becomes stringy and we see floaters. There really is no worthwhile cure and it is a normal occurrence. However, if you experience blind spots or flashes of light, this could be an indication of a detached retina. See an ophthalmologist specializing in retinal diseases immediately. Your optometrist or general ophthalmologist should be able to refer you to a Retina Specialist.

    Everyone should have a comprehensive eye exam every few years. Most of us don’t see an Ophthalmologist or optometrist until we have a real problem, which might have been prevented or minimized if we had regular exams.

    An optometrist can examine, diagnose and treat common eye diseases and conditions and can correct vision by prescribing corrective lenses. The optometrist and usually diagnose most serious eye conditions, like retinal detachment, cataracts or glaucoma but will have to refer you to an ophthalmologist specializing in that condition. An optometrist is not a medical doctor and in most States cannot preform surgery.

    An ophthalmologist is a medical doctor that can provide all the services of an optometrist plus can treat and diagnose serious ophthalmic diseases, including systemic diseases, and perform surgery if necessary. An ophthalmologist is often involved in research to cure or minimize serious ophthalmic problems.

  6. Siddharth Bargate says:

    Do yoga and pranayama daily your eye problem cure within one month.

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