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Floaters in eye.
I got a eye trauma way back in 2014 from a speedy badminton shuttle in my right eye. After three days my eye got normal and there was no pain or vision problem afterwards i noticed that vision in my right eye was slightly dimmed. There was nothing else. But in January 2016 i had a swollen eye which lasted for a week and recurred again after two days and stayed for a week again. After it got cured i am now noticing a single prominent eye fliater in the right eye , there are also some very hardly noticeable fliater which i can only see while seeing the sky. Please suggest me what to do...
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Dr. Sridevi Haldar
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You must get your retina examined. Sometimes a hole or break in retina can cause retinal detachment. Floater is just a sign.
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Dr. Vishal S. Kakhandki
Ophthalmologist/ Eye Surgeon 10 yrs exp Belgaum
Please get your retina check up done asap it may be inocous floater but to rule out retinal break and retinal bleed retinal detachment is imp.once a year eye pressure glaucoma and retina check up . vikhyath eye retina centre Babusapalya kalyan nagar Bangalore thank you
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