Question about Routine eye examinationFor a very long time now it feels like there are "things" moving in my eyes. My eyes have recently started lacrimating a lot but not all the time. What may be the cause?
I dont think you need to worry,.these things that are moving in your eyes are called Floaters ,they move like a cobwebs or spider which move along with your eyes .basically it is associated with jelly being liquified in your eyeas you are getting old ,more common in short sighted people .they ususally settle in a matter of six weeks or so .Persistent flshes or shadows need to be examined by Local eyespecialist
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