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Cameron giles


02/19/2013

What is the squiggly line in my eye?

I noticed that there are some squiggly line in my eye. What are they? What does this mean? Any suggestion?
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  • walksonthabeach

    03/06/2013

    When you find some squiggly line in your eyes, you may take notice of your health of eyes. Your eyes may get infection. They are floaters' combination. Although the blurry spot drifts in front of the eyes, they do not block vision. The appearance of the blur is from the debris from the vitreous of the eye casting a shadow which is on the retina. Floaters are often described by patients as spots. If their amount is much, they could be combined in a line which needs your attention. You could just go to use the warm compress to make your eyes feel comfortable. At the same time, you need to use the eyes drops with anti-inflammation to make sure of the eyes' health. You'd better check the problems of the eyes to avoid other infected eyes problems.
  • Jade scott

    03/21/2013

    Well, according to your description, I have to tell you that what you have got is floaters. So you do not need to worry about it. And generally speaking, floaters are little "cobwebs" or specks that float about in the field of vision. And as we know that, they are small, dark, shadowy shapes that can look like spots, or squiggly lines. And in common, eye floaters can be harmless. And that is why people will not be aware of them. For the causes, floaters occur when the vitreous, a gel-like substance that fills about 80 percent of the eye and helps it maintain a round shape, slowly shrinks. For your situation, if you feel uncomfortable, I will suggest you go and see the eye doctor, and he can just give some advices.
  • Allen

    04/07/2013

    In most time, it is called flying midge disease. The vast majority of the diseases do not affect the normal function of the visual. And people with the growth in older more or less likely to have symptoms of the flying midge disease, but there is not necessarily the actual impact of the human eye problems.
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