I can see microfilaria in the vitreous fluid of my eyes. Is there treatment?

They have been developing over nine years now.
When I went to two different eye doctors they claimed that any parasite would not take years to develop. They said that “floaters” are common in people my age. Floaters do not look like worms. The pictures at http://www.chirurgiatoracica.org/images/immagi11.jpg
look very similar to what I can see in my eyes.
It offends me that something as serious as this is written off as a nonissue by professionals who should show more concern. I suspect that many people are suffering from and even dying from treatable conditions that professionals overlook as possible, when a simpler explanation than the truth will move the problem off their own porch.

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Chosen Answer:

there is no treatment. it is debris in your eye. no drop or injection, ointment or pill will take them away. to get them out a doctor can go into the vitreous of your eye and try to snag them out in the mean time you will loose all the vision in your eye. its kinda like fishing for a piece of hair in a bowl of jello. realize how small this thing is and how much damage to your vitreous can be done if any one would attempt to take it out. this is y they tell you it cant be done. its not worth it. they wont hurt you
by: mm
on: 15th October 06

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3 Responses to “I can see microfilaria in the vitreous fluid of my eyes. Is there treatment?”

  1. ecurb25 says:

    I Know what you mean. My Optometrist just smiles at me when I ask him about them.

  2. mm says:

    there is no treatment. it is debris in your eye. no drop or injection, ointment or pill will take them away. to get them out a doctor can go into the vitreous of your eye and try to snag them out in the mean time you will loose all the vision in your eye. its kinda like fishing for a piece of hair in a bowl of jello. realize how small this thing is and how much damage to your vitreous can be done if any one would attempt to take it out. this is y they tell you it cant be done. its not worth it. they wont hurt you

  3. jzc17 says:

    It seems like you need to find a doctor who is willing to listen to your concerns. I assume you had fundoscopic and slitlamp examinations (the usual method in which to diagnose ocular filariasis). There are treatments, but I think you would benefit most from a doctor who is willing to discuss your concerns and address any questions you do have.

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