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Do you have headache or nausea?
Was this first time, you experienced such symptoms?
Are you on any medications?
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I am sorry to hear about your problems.
Well, In medical terms it is called as eye floaters.
These "floaters" look like spots.
The density of different eye floaters will vary within an individual eye.However sudden appearance of many floaters, along with flashes of light, or other vision problem, may be serious issue like-detached retina. Sometimes they can be a symptom of a retinal tearMost eye floaters decrease in size and darkness with time .Most spots and floaters in the eye are harmless and merely annoying. Many will fade over time and become less bothersome.There are no safe and proven methods to get rid of the symptoms of eye floaters , when the eye floaters are due to white blood cells in the vitreous from inflammation or infection, anti-inflammatory drugs or antibiotics will reduce the number of white blood cells.To rule out any serious issue and to be on safe side , please get it clinically examined by your doctor.
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I can understand your concern.
Good to hear that it lasted for only short duration.
Most likely, this is not related with any serious issue.
Most of such floaters are harmless and would resolve by its own.
As it has gone, so i would not be worried.
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