These are tiny spots or specks that float across your field of vision. Most people notice them in well-lit rooms or outdoors on a bright day or more accurately when looking at a blue sky.
Floaters are normal part of the ageing process of the vitreous, but they sometimes can be a sign of a more serious eye problem, like retinal detachment. That’s when the retina at the back of your eye separates from the layer underneath. When this happens, you might also see light flashes along with the floaters or a dark shadow across the edge of your sight.
If you notice a sudden change in the type or number of spots or flashes you see or a new dark shadow across your peripheral vision, go to your eye doctor as soon as possible.
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