I am checked by eye doctors every 7-8 months. I have weak retina area in both eyes. But doctors say that no need to do a argon laser to reinforce them. They all told me to come back and seek them every year. I do it every 6 months!
My problem is that I have been seeing very tiny small white sparky dots when I look at white, bright areas like sky since 9-10 years. There are hundereds - thousands of them!. I can see them when it cloudy, too. on white papers or walls!.
I added a photo for it to show you. I found it on internet and it is exactly the same.
I dont see them when it is dark or dimmed places.
I have floaters too but i do know the difference between floaters and these dots.
what do to do ? i am scared a lot and trying to find the reason. Is it retinal dettachment? I am 32 yo male.
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