usually not serious at all. it depends on what is causing the floaters and how many there are/how large they are. if you have 1-2 in each eye and they are small and your vision is not affected...then very UNlikely to be serious. if you have 10+ floaters in one or both eyes, or very large floaters or vision loss, then thats probably really serious and needs an eye exam right away...
just want to ask Do u see some tiny dots every were u look u see more on plain or sky etc.... i also got floaters in both eyes !!! so i am worried that i am alone to see all this stuff
just want to ask u
Yes floaters are no harm just iritating!!!! the reason why you see them is because they are floting in the center of your eye and what you see is there shadow eventually they will float to the front of your eye and wont see them as often i have them in both eyes but not harmfull at all but you should have your eyes checked to make sure its not anything else.
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