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Old 07-02-2018, 04:38 PM   #1
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floaters eye

Hi
Sorry for my bad English
I'm 25 years old.

A few months ago I got to this floaters

In both eyes, Gray and black line with high numbers
And especially in the sun, the number of floaters is higher

I did a blood test and found that I was vitamin B12, 175, and suspected of having anemia.And vitamin D 3 was also low.

The normal range of vitamin B12 is from 200 to 900
so
Do you think vitamin B12 is low in relation to floaters ?

If I cure vitamin B12 deficiency, flapters will disappear? Or maybe it gets worse?

Ten days I take a pill of vitamin B12 every day, but I feel floaters worsen. White and black lines are added in my eyes.

When will vitamin B12 be treated, Should floaters problem be resolved? Or is it different or even worse?

And I was losing weight once and overweight after some months, maybe it has a connection to the floaters ?

Again, sorry for my bad English



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Old 07-05-2018, 09:02 AM   #2
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Re: floaters eye

Hello from the US. Have you seen an Ophthalmologist? Floaters themselves come with getting older. If you have sudden increase in floaters, or any new changes in vision, I would recommend seeing an Eye md just to be safe. I am very nearsighted and have had them since I was a kid. They are annoying especially when looking at the sky. I have learned to live with them and don't notice unless I look for them or when responding to a post such as this. Recently, I had a ton of new floaters which was indicative of a PVD which led to a retina detachment. My sight was saved but I could have avoided a major surgery if I acted sooner. Best wishes and do see an Eye MD.....Jim

 
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Old 07-05-2018, 09:50 AM   #3
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Re: floaters eye

Dear saeid,

My endo said B12 is best delivered by injections. Perhaps you can get a doctor to prescribe that.

I self inject 2 times per week in my thigh with a very thin injection needle; it's very easy. After the first shot I now barely feel it.

I have what appear to be floaters, also. But mine are diagnosed as cataracts. That requires lens replacement which I need to have done at some time.

I hope you find a solution for your eye issues.
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Old 07-05-2018, 03:41 PM   #4
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Re: floaters eye

hi
xltjim and YaYagirl
Thank you both
Sorry for my bad English
My eyes have been examined by 6 doctors, specialist cornea, retina and ...
They all recognized that the retina was healthy and only had a floaters problem.
I took a picture of the nerve of the eye, the OCT image, it was not a problem.
Formerly, the flask of both my eyes was above the sight, that is, the highest point of vision

After the second eye examination, when the drop of pupil dilation inside my eye floaters the next day, it doubled, or perhaps more than doubled.

Large small lines or circular shapes of gray and black

From the last 7 months to now, almost no changes have been made, maybe 5% have changed, and I have seen most of these changes on my right eye.

A gray line is slightly larger in my right eye.

And I feel the position of some flutter has changed, for example, down or up. Or left and right.

And I do not have flashes on both of my eyes. Only painful floaters

After these problems, I gave a blood test
It was determined that several vitamins such as D and B12 are low. And suspected of having anemia.

Now for two weeks, I take daily vitamin D and B complex and B12 every day.

And once a week I receive a B12 muscle injectable.

And I have not seen any changes in the floaters
I only read in one Topic that one person consumed vitamin B and muscle, and the floaters both became bigger and worse.

This is true ? Or should flutters recover?
And in your opinion, is there a specific disease that is related to floaters ?
Of course, except cancer of the eye, because the doctor did not have symptoms of the disease.

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Old 07-05-2018, 06:34 PM   #5
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Re: floaters eye

Dear saeid,

Your English is just fine.

I'm sorry you have that disturbance to your vision! I'm glad you posted because it reminds me to be regular in giving myself the injections.

No, the treatments do not increase floaters. Here is a link to learn when floaters may be a serious problem - https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/eye-floaters/symptoms-causes/syc-20372346

While vitamin therapy does for sure help, it is not like medicine and it does not have instant results. It could take 6-12 weeks or longer to show any noticeable difference. If you use the treatment regularly, you need to wait two months and see if there is any improvement. If there is not, then let your doctor know. Probably you will want to set up an appointment for that conversation six to eight weeks from when the injections started so you can report to your doctor that prescribed the supplements.

Make sure to eat iron rich foods to help the anemia.
Please let me know how you are doing.
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Old 07-06-2018, 07:09 AM   #6
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Re: floaters eye

Dear YaYagirl

Thank you for answering

Unfortunately, I noticed last night on the internet:
"Vitamin B 2, if taken in excess, causes floaters"

And I have two weeks every day of 10 mg in a b-complex
† I get vitamin B2, which seems to be too much and I feel the floaters is getting worse.

Anyway, if someone has the same experience, please read the few posts above

And help.

I really need your help.

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Old 07-06-2018, 08:41 AM   #7
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Re: floaters eye

Dear saeid,

Correction ; accidentally called B12 as B2)

First, I am glad we are having this conversation because as well as helping you, it benefits me because I am now certain I let myself get deficient in B12.

Some symptoms are being easily fatigued, weakness, throat swelling/soreness, swollen tongue, skin cracking (including cracked corners of the mouth and/or nostrils), anemia, blurred vision, itching, watering, sore, or bloodshot eyes, light-sensitivity and I have all of those symptoms. I had that years ago so I should have been taking B12

That said, there is no reason whatsoever to fear B vitamins. You are not going to take bottles of B vitamins in one day, are you? B vitamins are water soluble and easily digested but after what the body uses it is not stored in the body. What is not used in a day is washed out through urine in a day. That's why we get deficient so easily. B vitamins feed the nerves and are vital to nerve health, and nerve health is vital to every organ. The nerves are vital to healthy emotions, so taking B vitamins helps prevent anxiety. If you take B's and are concerned, then just drink water daily, which we need to do anyway. Don't be excessive about anything.

Please stop digging for more info unless reading only the reliable sources. The body doesn't store the B vitamins. Whatever B vitamins the body doesn't use in a day wash out through urine. You will not be injured by supplementing B vitamins. You will be helped.

B vitamins are the safest supplements to take and the most difficult to overdose.
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Old 07-10-2018, 07:44 PM   #8
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Re: floaters eye

yaaa i see floaters its very pain that
I wish we had the cause
Cause of infection
Maybe it was treated like this

 
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