Eye floaters refer to small and transparent spots that appear commonly in the normal vision of a person. They usually appear like blackish grey string like materials, which move away from sight when one tries to look at them directly. Eye floaters is a very common phenomena among all humans and they occur frequently. But if these floaters occur too frequently and for longer periods of time, one should definitely visit an eye specialist. The main causes for excessive eye floaters are increased age, eye bleeding, torn retina and inflammation at the back of the eye.
HOW IS EYE FLOATERS DIAGNOSED?
Eye floaters is a very common symptom of a serious eye disease called conjunctivitis.