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#1 Findyourself1997

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Posted 23 August 2020 - 01:51 AM

GUYS PLEASE HELP ME I AM VERY SUICIDIAL IS IT POSSIBLE TO PERMANENT EYE FLOATERS INDUCED DPDR ANXIETY,I AM LIVING MY LIFE AS BEFORE JUST HAVA FLOATERS IT IS DISSAPPEAR GRADUALLY BUT STILL THERE,ANYONE REOVERED FROM FLOATERS INDUCED DPDR ANXIETY ?



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Posted 23 August 2020 - 10:14 AM

I have eye floaters on my left eye that came 6.months ago. These are physical and related to a change in the vitreous. They can come in very young people who are near sighted but it is a natural process coming with age. These are made of collagen and in most the age  related collapse of the vitreous usually fall to the bottom of the eye. In some the stay and they can be removed by a laser if they are not to close to the retina or lense. In very young they are typically to close to the retina to remove them with a laser. An operation can be done but it has to be very dissabilitating before that is recommended.



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Posted 23 August 2020 - 04:03 PM

I have eye floaters on my left eye that came 6.months ago. These are physical and related to a change in the vitreous. They can come in very young people who are near sighted but it is a natural process coming with age. These are made of collagen and in most the age  related collapse of the vitreous usually fall to the bottom of the eye. In some the stay and they can be removed by a laser if they are not to close to the retina or lense. In very young they are typically to close to the retina to remove them with a laser. An operation can be done but it has to be very dissabilitating before that is recommended.

I checked eye doctor,my eyes fully healthy,eye floaters induced vitrous detachment not related dpdr,this is another way to get floaters but in dpdr,you are noticing them because of hyper-sensivity,my floaters fading away gradually,if there is a problem about my retina,it will not fading out.



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Posted 23 August 2020 - 04:05 PM

Google will explain eye floaters are physical matter floating in the eye. They're not a symptom of depersonalization. However, when our brain goes into a state such as depersonalization, floaters and other visual phenomena may become more noticeable. Do you know all of this but find it disturbing anyway?

I did not have any floaters before dpdr,just noticed them after dpdr,yes floaters are normal but in dpdr you are noticing them everyday and they are intense.Did u see who recovered from floaters induced dpdr ?



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Posted 23 August 2020 - 04:19 PM

There is obsessive-compulsive tendency for self monitoring and checking in depersonalization and you might still partly be in such a state with more intense focus and alertness when it comes to them. Try to take them out of your mind for a few months.



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Posted 23 August 2020 - 04:32 PM

There is obsessive-compulsive tendency for self monitoring and checking in depersonalization and you might still partly be in such a state with more intense focus and alertness when it comes to them. Try to take them out of your mind for a few months.

I will do them,your floaters was induced dpdr or different eye problem (Like vitreous change or myopic etc.) ? 



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Posted 23 August 2020 - 05:24 PM

My vitreous sudden detached from my left eye within a week 6.months ago. Likely related to age. I have been in Hungary a month ago and had some of them removed with a Ellex YAG laser. Some of my floaters are still not fully detached from the retina and very close to it for them to be removed with a laser. So, I have to wait until they hopefully will detach and either fall to the bottom of the eye or moved away from the retina so a laser can brake them. They are extremely dominating because they are so close to the retina and moves when I move my eyes. But, I have to live with it for some time. Must try to distract myself for now.



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Posted 23 August 2020 - 10:32 PM

I noticed my floaters a few weeks ago when I was tired and in the bright sunlight, something I've experienced since I got glasses at age eight. I shined a light on my phone just now and saw them again. They've been present in our eyes for years and it's not something that needs to be recovered from. You'll eventually stop noticing them, but first you must not obsess about it. Maybe get a few more eye checkups in your lifetime, especially as you get old.

Why did u get your floaters,not related dpdr ?



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Posted 25 August 2020 - 01:08 AM

I noticed them when I got glasses. My surroundings became clear enough to contrast with the debris that float in our eye jelly.

https://www.mayoclin...es/syc-20372346

So your floaters not related anxietydpdr



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Posted 29 August 2020 - 12:33 PM

Do you understand that floaters are real physical matter floating in the vitreous?

i understood but in dpdr we noticing them because of hyper awarness.So will it go away completely in time ?






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