Sometimes I swear I can see organisms floating either on my eye or in the air when light reflects on my eye a?

One in particular I have been seeing looks similar to the streptococci bacteria and it wiggles around. Are these actually on my eye, and is there any explination for this?
Are they floaters?

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Chosen Answer:

Yes, pagold is right. I have tons of floaters and they’ve been there as long as I can remember. It used to freak me out when I was a young girl because no one else ever knew what I was talking about. I thought maybe I was seeing ghosts or something. You can never seem to look right at them because they keep traveling. Mine are more noticable in bright sunlight, but I’ve learned to ignore them. Sometimes, I’ll have a really big one, and it makes me jump because I think its a bug.

They are totally normal, unless you notice a sudden increase of them, or if they are accompanied by flashes of light; this can be indicative of a retinal detachment sometimes.

So,. its not steptococcal bacteria or any other micro-organizims. Just the jelly casting shadows on your retina.
by: ♥♥Mrs SSG B♥♥
on: 17th February 08

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8 Responses to “Sometimes I swear I can see organisms floating either on my eye or in the air when light reflects on my eye a?”

  1. Hey Dude says:

    Do you have high blood pressure?

    Are you pregnant?

    Preeclamptics see this “floating light” thing. People with seizure issues see them too. And people with migraines can see them too.

  2. pagold says:

    They’re called floaters, most nearsighted people have them and unless there is a sudden change with a lot more they are totaly benign. They are just polymerized bits of vitreous humor (jelly) that float around in the eye, you see them when they pass in frond of the retina.

  3. Anne says:

    lol! i get the exact same thing. i see dots and squiggles and clusters of dots.

    I have a theory that my eyeball must be scratched. But its probably a dumb theory.

  4. Sophie L says:

    my eye doctor says they are floaters – I had them too. just ask your eyedoctor next time u go for a checkup just to make sure.

  5. Priscilla says:

    Weird. me too. i’ve always wondered what that was. Never been pregnant or have blood pressure. I have gotten use to it myself, but I wonder what it is.

  6. ♥♥Mrs SSG B♥♥ says:

    Yes, pagold is right. I have tons of floaters and they’ve been there as long as I can remember. It used to freak me out when I was a young girl because no one else ever knew what I was talking about. I thought maybe I was seeing ghosts or something. You can never seem to look right at them because they keep traveling. Mine are more noticable in bright sunlight, but I’ve learned to ignore them. Sometimes, I’ll have a really big one, and it makes me jump because I think its a bug.

    They are totally normal, unless you notice a sudden increase of them, or if they are accompanied by flashes of light; this can be indicative of a retinal detachment sometimes.

    So,. its not steptococcal bacteria or any other micro-organizims. Just the jelly casting shadows on your retina.

  7. Spectacle says:

    They most likely are floaters, but they can be from other things too. I have some floaters I have had since I was in my 20′s and I am in my 40′s. I keep them like luggage.

  8. Swadesh A says:

    yes,they r called floters! do u wear high minus glasses? if the spot increases/ becomes frequent or u see flashes of light visit nearest retina specialist without delay. sometimes weak-points in retina may also produce such symptoms

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