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Hi. I'm Dr. Rick and I have two decades of ophthalmology experience. I'm online and happy to answer your question today.
Is your vision affected?
Hi Dr. Rick I'm Dave
Other than what I've already stated.
There seems to be a over all somewhat mild cloudyness in this eye. I noticed this maybe 3-4 days ago. Also the eye fells somewhat irratated & I do have dry eyes naturally. I've had duct plugs installed in the past but, not sure which ones are still in place.
It appears to be about at the 2 o'clock position. As I only really see it in bright situations, if I see it about there, it slowly drops down untilI blink again, & then rises a bit. I suppose the over all cloundness might be because of the large amount od opque dots?
Reason for slight irritation?
Are you on the west coast? I'm in Sherman Oaks, Ca
Hi Dr. Rick
So I went to a retinal Dr. yesterday,He found 2 tears & laser fixed them.
But this Dr. wasn't great at accepting Q's.
So maybe you could answer a couple for me.
What is/are the black dots I see? Which affect my vision. I think I read that eventually they would disapper.
But the floaters probebly won't. Which ofcorse are in & out last forever.
Thanks for the answers.
Right , he did say, take it easy. I suppose like lifting heavy things etc.
Nono's I read put in things like a rollercotser, boxing. Which won't affect me too much.
But, said driving is ok. What about bending down to pick things up, or using a electric drill, climing up a ladder?