Are Floaters In Eye Dangerous?

9 Responses to Are Floaters In Eye Dangerous?

  1. Angela says:

    This is such a relief, I was worried that my floaters were some sort of disease. Thank you!

  2. Trent says:

    Oh, so if they move they are safe? Great, mine are always moving around.

    • staff says:

      Hi Trent,
      Floaters are nearly always safe, and they drift accross our line of sight. But this post may help you to decide if your floaters are dangerous.

  3. JessieB says:

    I am only 28 and I have floaters in my eye. Is this a problem? It seems that only older people get them.

    • staff says:

      Hi Jessie,
      While floaters usually become more evident later in life, they can appear at any age, and are not normally harmful.

  4. Christopher says:

    I am not near sighted but I still have floaters. Is there a way that I can get rid of them?

    • staff says:

      Hey Christopher,
      They can be annoying and irritating, but floaters usually diminish over time. You could browse other posts on this site where you will find tips on how to get rid of your floaters naturally. Or you could consider surgery.

  5. Terry says:

    What is the safest way to remove the floaters in my eyes? I want them out!

    • staff says:

      Hi Terry,
      Most floaters decrease in size and darkness over time. There are a couple of surgical techniques available: vitrectomy and laser, although with any surgery there is an element of risk, but if you check out other posts on this site you can find several natural ways to get rid of floaters.

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