Hi. I'm online and happy to answer your question today.
If you are only seeing a dark cloud with partial vision in your right eye you are suffering from more then a floater.
how long has this change in vision been going on?
If you cover your left eye and, using only your right eye, what can you see if you look around your room?
I CAN SEE TO THE RIGHT OF THE EYE
So the left part of your vision is missing.....is it as if someone has pulled a curtain across your visual field? I'd also like you to repeat the above test with your left eye only and tell me how things look to you.
YES, MY LEFT EYE IS FINE
You might be suffering from a retinal detachment. You symptoms could be caused by other issues but, in any event, you need to be examined by an ophthalmologist ASAP.
Some emergency rooms have ophthalmologists on call who can come in an examine you. If your local ER is like this then you should go in right away.
I AM MAKING AN APPOINMENT ON MONDAY
I know that it has already been a week since your symptoms started but it would be best if you could be seen before Monday. If Monday is the only option then try to make it early Monday morning and do not eat or drink before being seen other then a little bit of water when you take your normal daily medicines.
Does this make sense to you?
YES-MONDAY IS MY ONLY OPTION
Ok. Let me know if I can be of any further assistance.
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MY SYMTOMS HAVE NOT GOTTEN WORSE AND A TIMES I CAN SEE BETTER ON MY RIGHT EYE
That is possible with a retinal detachment......In any event your symptoms are serious enough to warrant a complete eye exam by an eye surgeon.