im from philippines, and we have a lot of medicinal plants here, but dont know what of these plants are aid to my Urinary track infection...I thought of bitter gourd(ampalaya in our dialect), is it a ...
Does anyone know of any herbal products that would rid of them completely not just the eggs? Ive heard alot that herbal meds dont work as good and take way to long, but the fda stuff is bad for you....
I have the same prob. and wanted to check the answers for myself, but there are no good ones. I guess we're screwed...off to the doctor we go!!!!!!
floaters are normal and usually resolve themselves...if they continue, you really should see your eye doctor as it could be something else causing it.
I wish I knew b/c my doctor says its just stress but I think its more than that!
This has been a very popular question. I am answering it based on other answers by other YAHOO users. I herd that you can't make them go away.They're leftovers from birth development and their permanently stuck in your eye. I never really saw an answer that said the Doctor can FOR SURE get rid of them. As I said, I'm just repeating what I saw before.
This is mostly tiny specs of dust and will be cleaned out by blinking or during your sleep.
If it gets worse check with your doctor.
you can't do anything about this without going to a doctor.
I have them in my eyes and the dr told me that they will never go away.
I've actually never heard of this condition before, so you got me curious.
(but I have experienced some floaters on occasion, so it's nice to know something about them.)
I came across this:
"You may sometimes see small specks or clouds moving in your field of vision. They are called floaters. You can often see them when looking at a plain background, like a blank wall or blue sky. Floaters are actually tiny clumps of gel or cells inside the vitreous, the clear jelly-like fluid that fills the inside of your eye."
"Most spots and eye floaters are merely annoying but harmless when they temporarily enter the field of vision, and many fade over time. People sometimes are interested in surgery to remove floaters, but doctors are willing to perform such surgery only in rare instances."
Here's a good one:
"Floaters are little specks of debris floating through the vitreous fluid in the eyeball. Sometimes people may momentarily confuse them with dust or tiny insects floating across in front of the eye. However, they are within the eyeball and are not eliminated by rubbing the front of the eye."
You can't. They're part of the vitreous humor that makes up the liquid inside your eyeball. If they get severe, it could be a sign of a retinal detachment though.
Most of the time you don't notice them, but when you do, you can't help but be annoyed by them.
I had to see a Dr. for mine, cause they wouldn't go away, you might have to do the same.