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I have to believe that because floaters are so common that there have to be some eye care professionals (opthalmologist) that have them as well. I'm curious how they handle them as they can seriously be debilitating. Not all floaters are created equal. There are some that are not bothersome at all. A squiggly line or a dot that passes back and forth. What I have (and many others too) is a smudge, a blob that moves when my eye moves. If my eye is fixated I don't see it but every time my eye moves the floater goes past my central line of vision. Very unnerving especially while driving. My point here is that every time this is mentioned to people in they eye profession they fluff it off as though it is nothing and it will settle on its own, or we will get used it. So curious what they do. Because they truly are not easy to ignore.
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