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Light Black Spot in the left top corner of the eye

Hi, I m writing here with a lot of hope to get a good advice.

Since Dec. 2007, a dark spot of ver light intensity is visible in the top left cormer of my vission and it moves with my vision also. I checked it up with the Dr. then and he found nothing in the eye but a small black do in the liquid. He said that it has got condensed and can't be cured.

The same issue has been recently occcured in my other eye (with a very very light intensity). These spots are only visible in daylight - or white light of the Screen.

I am Software Engineer by profession and spends almost 12+ Hours in front of the computer. I don't have any Spectacle as of now.

Could you please suggest what it can be? And also, the diet good for the eyes.

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Hi Sandy,

Thanx a lot for the advice. I am just 24. Can the detachment occur at this age due to aging?

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Dear Lucky1984,

You may be describing a floater which occurs aging changes of the vitreous of the eye or a detachment of the vitreous from its normal retinal attachments. I recommend that you seek the care of an eyeMD to examine the second eye as well.  

Dr. Feldman

Sandy T. Feldman, M.D., M.S.
ClearView Eye and Laser Medical Center
San Diego, California

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