Last Tuesday my eye started bothering me. I thought I had an eyelash or something in it which caused me to want to rub it a lot. It foes itch at times and iIt also seems to be watering a tad more than my right eye- nothing extreme though. I ruled out pink eye b/c it wasn't red at all & wasn't stuck together in teh morning. I let it go, thinking it would be better in the morning. On friday, it still bothered me so I went to my doctor who did a cornea scratch search & found nothing. He put in a prescription for an antibiotic eye drop which would clear up pink eye, if indeed I had it. Well, it's now Sunday & I decided to get a mirror out . When I hold my eyelids open & move my eyeball so I am looking far right, I can see what looks like a clear water bubble with some strands of clear things floating near the far left corner of my eye. it's in the white fluid part of my eye. I have never had allergies & do not wear contacts or glasses. What is this?
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