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The day after cataract surgery I started seeing a spider web which moves with my eye. I returned to the surgeon who said it might be a separation of the retina and the fluid or it might be bleeding. He sent me to a retina specialist who simply told me I had a floater and it will never go away. Does anyone know more about this.
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Use the search feature and archives to read the many detailed discussions about floaters. They often become "visible" after cataract surgery due to the eye seeing better.

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