Anyone get cloudy or hazy vision from a PVD ?

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Wondering if the vitreous or floaters could cause this? No cataracts. Have had eye exam.

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    yes ive got one now in my right eye its a bit blurry due to stringy cobwebby floaters is it like trying to look out of a dirty window? mines like that.
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    Yes. I have hazy vision in my left eye. I had an exam and was told it will get better  in a few weeks as the floaters will settle to the botomn of my eye. I'm very aware of any changes because doctor said a retina tear can occur any time between 4 and 6 weeks after a PVD. 
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    Thanks for your replies appreciate it. Sorry you are both going through it. Not fun.
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    Yes! I also have optic nerve pallor in my eye ( had some viral labrythitis they think caused the optic nerve issue but it didnt show up for a couplr of years after) and some perioheral vision loss. But with the pvd I thought it was the floaters that pass by that cause the funny vision im three years later i think its the odd floaters doing that mixed with dry eyes, i uses refresh drops helps a lot too..i think the vision issue is common with pvd. 
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