You must get a dilated eye examination to ensure that everything is fine. There could be a retinal tear, retinal detachment, posterior vitreous detachment(normal ageing change in which the vitreous gel in the back of the eye liquifies) or vitreous hemorrhage. As these conditions except posterior vitreous detachment could be serious, you should see an ophthalmologist early. Thanks and best wishes.
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