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When floaters first occur they are very noticable then as times goes by they tend to become less noticable.Sometimes in more advanced cases your opthammologist may do a victrectomy.
However,that being said it would be based on an evaluation by your opthalmologist in which case he would dilate your eyes decide for you if such a treatment is necessary for you.
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If your eye has just recently become as you say sightless you may want to call
the doctor you are to see in two weeks,explain the situation and they may take you in sooner.Sometimes an increase in floaters with a dcrease in vision could be the early sign of a retinal tear.you in sooner.
However,if it is a long standing situation then I would keep the two week appointment.
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