posted on Aug, 9 2009 @ 12:35 PM
reply to post by beauty from pain
Well I have been to a doctor 6 weeks ago.
And they found out that my Vitreous Humor, the gelly substance in the eyeball, filling the cavity in the eyeball,
Contains little solidified pieces, that are not transparent anymore.
This usually sets in at an older age, and is nothing to worry about.
Its called posterior vitreous detachment
These little solidified pieces give you little dark specs in you range of view. That move with your around with your line of sight, and are especially
clear when looking at a bright background.
This is what is called floaters. ( in English, found out just now
And its not what I am talking about, but maybe it has something to do with it.