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- What to expect
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Floaters are usually seen as flies, specks, cobwebs or hair-like strands moving across the vision. They are due to particles floating in the vitreous body (a jelly-like substance in the back of the eye).

Floaters are normal, but the sudden onset of floaters, especially when accompanied by flashes of light, may be a symptom of more serious conditions. People with the recent, sudden onset of these symptoms need to be examined to ensure that there are no associated retinal problems which can cause permanent visual loss