If you suffer from dry eyes, red eyes or conjunctivitis, make an urgent appointment to consult your eye doctor.
What are Floaters?
The small specks, ”bugs” shapes or clouds that you sometimes may see moving in your field of vision are called FLOATERS. They are frequently visible when looking at a plain background, such as a blank wall or blue sky.
These visual phenomena have been described for centuries; the ancient Romans called them “muscae volitantes” or “flying flies” since they can appear like small flies moving around in the air. Floaters are actually tiny densities or clumps of gel or cellular debris within the vitreous, the clear jelly-like fluid that fills the inside cavity of the eye behind the Lens.Floaters PDF