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Did your eye doctor mention about a posterior vitreous detachment(PVD)? Did he feel it was a vitreous hemorrhage?
PVD is one of the commonest causes for sudden onset of floaters and flshes of light. The major concern of a possible retinal tear or hole has been ruled out in your case by an eye exam.
he said there was no detachment
That is a very good thing to know.Curly blood vessels or tortuosity of vessels can occur in case of diabetes or other states of hypoxia( reduced blood supply).
With the retina being intact, I guess the floaters can be left alone for the time being.
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