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Permanent Eye Floaters
I suddenly am seeing a big eye floater in my left eye since last 10 days. Washing eyes or adequate sleep does not help. I have high myopia in my left eye and a partially occluded cataract. Currently using Genteal eye drops.
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Please consult retina specialist .. Floaters in high myopes is common but it’s better to get retina evaluation done
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Are there any changes in your vision? When you have checked fundus? Detail evaluation needed. Consult nearby ophthalmologist.
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Please take opinion retina specialist
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Kindly get an online consultation to address all your concerns
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Pl consult ophthalmologist with detailed history and reports and treatment taken for better evaluation and treatment.
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Please consult local ophthalmologist for complete eye examination. The black spot that you are observing could be due to cataract also.
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