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Black spot appears in vision
I have a question about my vision. My problem is that a small black spot appears when I am in bright sunlight. It only affects my right eye and when I focus on it, it drops away rapidly. It causes me no pain but is now appearing more regularly. Can you explain what this is and why it has appeared now?
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These are called floaters, mostly these are not harmful. You should get your dilated funds examination for just being on the safer side.You just need to avoid these if you don't have any refractive error/spectacle number or any other eye disease.
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