I believe the blacks specks and lines in your eye is due to bleeding inside your eye. This is caused by a PVD, a common event in many people. A PVD is a "posterior vitreous
detachment". The thick gel in your eyes liquifies over time. It can collapse on itself and pull away from the walls of the eye. When it pulls away from the eye, it may tug on a blood vessels as well, causing the bleeding in your eye.
A PVD associated with bleeding has a high likelihood of a tear in the retina. It is important you see an ophthalmologist
on Monday for a dilated exam. Sleep with your head about 45 degrees to allow the blood to settle. This will allow your ophthalmologist a better view of the retina. If there are any tears or holes, a laser procedure is recommend to seal the hole. The blood will reabsorb with time.
If you notice a sudden increase in floaters, flashes of light (like a lightening storm), or a shadow/veil in the periphery of your vision, this can be worrisome for a retinal detachment
. You would need to contact your ophthalmologist promptly in that case. If one is not available over the weekend, you many need evaluation in the emergency room with an ophthalmologist on call.
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